Monday, February 21, 2022


 8:03 am - Monday - February 21st - Newell House, AZ - 47° F, 34% humidity, wind 4 mph out of the south.....partly cloudy today with a forecast high of 65° F.....chance of rain Tuesday night....we'll see.  On this date in 2015 we were boondocking near Sedona, AZ watching hot air balloons take off nearby....they were flying right over our coach......↴

TLE and I have upped our one mile walks each day to 1.25 miles to extend our walking time to 20 minutes each time we walk.  We started this a few days ago, and 20 minutes seems to be just about the right amount of time.  We're both kind of stuck at our current weight, which happens, but the inches are melting away.  My clothes are feeling looser on me, and I can see the difference in my can TLE.

After our morning 1.25 mile walk we drove over to the home of our 'egg guy' to buy 2 more dozen eggs, and another large bag of oranges, and tangelos ($11 total).....his citrus trees are almost bare now, and he says they are getting ready to bloom again.  On the way home we stopped at the local Wittmann Flea Market, and I found a couple of metric sockets I needed to work on the VW brakes.  I had to borrow a couple from Tom to do the front brakes, and I want to be sure I have the right ones should I have to work on them again in the future.

After getting back home with our spoils I spent about an hour cleaning, and polishing the new irons I bought at Goodwill......they look even better than I thought when I bought them.  Looking forward to hitting a few balls with them very soon.  That was the extent of my labors Sunday....I spent the afternoon watching the final round of the Genesis Invitational, and then watched a documentary about Joe Montana (San Francisco 49ers quarterback in the 80's). 

TLE made Jambalaya for Sunday dinner in our hosts' home.  We ate, laughed, and talked, and then talked some more before we headed back to the Newell around 6:15 pm. I caught these pictures of the sunset afterglow....

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