Thursday, April 15, 2021

Windy.....

 7:37 am - Thursday - April 15th - Seal Rock, OR - 37° F, 87% humidity, wind - zero mph out of the north......beautiful blue skies today with a forecast high of 65° F!  On this date in 2017 TLE and I were having lunch in Santa Cruz, CA at Lúpulo Craft Beer House......↴


Windy by The Association

Yet another beautiful, blue skied day...I don't know if I can take much more of this.....I'm being facetious.....of course I can take many more days like Wednesday.  For the first time in 2, or 3 months I wore my work SHORTS to work with a short sleeve shirt, and a jacket which I removed within 25 minutes....what a gloriously warm day.  Unfortunately, the winds returned in the afternoon, but well after I put away the Massey-Ferguson loader.

I began my work day mowing, and edging sites C & D, then spreading more gravel over the site to slightly lengthen it, and widen it a about 12".  From there I began hauling gravel to site #1, which is Terry and Michele's site, to help them create their own 'lido deck'.  It only took about 6 loads, and then I was off to site #44.  By the time I finished with 44 it was after 1 pm, and frankly 3 hours is a long work day for me at SRRVC.....lol.  TLE had the 10 am - 12 pm shift, so even though she worked until 12:30 pm she was still home well before I was.

TLE finished her dye job on the new to us Ekhornes Euro style recliner Monday afternoon, and I touched up the black paint on one of the rails below the left arm rest Tuesday afternoon, so it was time to move it back into the Newell, and reattach both arm rests.....

And she is done!

.....it turned out better than we both had expected, and definitely passes the 5' test.....it looks brand new!

We had left the patio awning deployed Tuesday night hoping the winds would not return Wednesday, but since they did, although not as ferociously as Sunday, and Monday, so we had to stow it around 2 pm.  I was looking forward to another sunset fire, but the wind changed my mind.

TLE and I continue to be sans Wuhan flu, and are in good health other than a few allergies.  Total deaths in Lincoln County for the past 13 months due to the Wuhan flu are just 20, and the total number of diagnosed cases for that same period hovers at just under 1,300, or just slightly less than 100 cases per month.  There are currently 58 people hospitalized due to the Wuhan flu.  I read a survey the other day indicating that just 21% of those who have been vaccinated feel safe with, or without a mask post vaccination, and over 50% of those who have chosen not to be vaccinated feel safe with, or without a mask.  I wonder why that is (this is a rhetorical question....I know why)?

Life continues to be good on the Oregon Coast, and the weather continues to improve day by day....if only that rascally wind would go pester another geographical region for a while.

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