Friday, July 29, 2022

The trailer......

 1:15 pm - Friday - July 29th - Likely, CA - 97° F, humidity 9%, wind 6 mph out of the north......partly cloudy skies today with a forecast high of 100° F.  This is what the next week looks like weather wise for us......↴

....another 100° day tomorrow, then back into the 80's by Monday for four days....looking forward to that!  On this date in 2020 we met up with good friends Richard and Rhonda at the KOA in Missoula, MT......they have a 1999 Newell in front of which we are standing......

I have been remiss once again....I forgot to post a blog about Wednesday, so here I go again playing catchup.  

The temps have been getting steadily hotter each day this week, and Wednesday the high was 97° F, with the promise of 100 on Thursday.  As you all know I am not a fan of heat, and the older I get the less of a fan I become.  On Tuesday afternoon I took delivery from a freight company of a new utility trailer to replace our old one.  I put off unpacking it until Wednesday morning so I could assemble it in the cool of the morning.  Fortunately for me the instructions were very intuitive, and within an hour I had it assembled, and ready for use..... is about 1/3 larger than the old trailer, which will mean fewer trips to dump grass cuttings in the future.

As has been the case for about a week now there were very few rounds of golf played Wednesday due to the heatwave we are enduring.  Most of the golfers who brave the conditions are out early, and returning their carts between 1, and 2 pm.  I've been able to get all the carts washed each day by 3 pm, at which time I head for home to wait out the heat in the air conditioned comfort of the Newell.  There are always one or two people who play after 2 pm, and I wash their carts first thing the next day.

Prior to the heatwave TLE was walking home after work, but now that it is consistently in the high 90's I've been driving down to the Clubhouse to give her a ride home.  We have not been sitting outside at night for a while now as it is still too hot at 8 pm.  Thankfully the overnight lows are still getting down into the 50's, which makes for a good nights sleep.

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