7:35 am - First Saturday - February 22nd - Wittmann, AZ - 42° F, 41% humidity, wind 7 mph out of the north.....crystal, clear, blue skies today with a forecast high of 75° F. On this date in 2013 my friend, Ernie Prociw, drove TLE and I up to Vero Beach to visit the former 'Dodgertown' spring training facility. Here I am standing at home plate at Holman Field pretending I'm waiting for a pitch from left hander Sandy Koufax.....↴
We began Sunday with a jacuzzi at TLE's suggestion, and what a great suggestion it was......
In the jacuzzi again...
.....she followed that with a late breakfast consisting of peppered bacon, scrambled eggs (with spinach and cheese), and leftover French fries from our In 'N Out Burger combo the other day. She crisped them up with the 'air fryer' option the new Breville has, and they came out perfectly!
The rest of the day I spent time measuring where I am going to drill the four new holes for my new Flexsteel seat. I was hoping that with the new hole pattern of the new chair that I could avoid drilling a hole which comes out in the space between the two steel walls, but it cannot be avoided unless I move the chair to the left, but then the chair would be too close to the driver side wall of the driver area, so I'm stuck....oh well.
I also spent time throughout the day cleaning some more salt residue from the exterior, washing road grime from out trip south off our 1upUSA bike rack, then dumping and flushing our black tank. The balance of the day was spent relaxing, and getting ready for a flurry of activity this coming week when we get the rebuilt alternator, new tachometer, and I can then install my Flexsteel seat.
We began watching a new series on Netflex called 'Lupin' suggested to us by Bob (of Bob and Sandy fame who are visiting Newell House in their 2007 Newell). We watched 4 episodes, and are hooked. It is a French production with the voices overdubbed (quite well done if you ask me), and some sub titles.
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