Thursday, May 2, 2024

Some changes.....

8:06 am - Thursday - May 2nd - LPG&RVR - 45° F, humidity 51%, wind 7 mph out of the west by southwest.....heavy cloud cover today with a forecast high of 58° F.  On this date in 2013 TLE and I were overnighting at a Walmart in Hagerstown, MD after visiting the Gettysburg Memorial.....

 Alas, Wednesday was another very cold day.  TLE and I did take another 2 mile walk, however, it was not until after 12 was just too cold earlier.  We managed a meager 3.1 mph, and burned a few more unwanted calories.  We are now at 10 miles of recorded walking this season, and counting (I do a lot of walking when I'm working, but I have no desire to record

....when we were visiting with Claude's friend on Tuesday they had this interesting map of what the North American continent would look like if every major fault line erupted at the same time....

....of course, this is just theory, but this theory shows most of the southwest disappearing into the ocean....most of California is gone, along with Oregon, and Arizona.  The Great Lakes become one massive lake, and Washington D.C. disappears....I think that would be the silver  

Claude left to continue his trip to visit his 104 year old mother around 8 am, and then we returned to regularly scheduled programming.  It was a great 4 days, but quite bittersweet to say our 'until next times'.

I spent the rest of the day working in the trailer to reposition a lot of things, adding a safe, and a new cabinet to the driver side of the trailer.  The trailer was in major chaos most the day, but by 4 pm order was restored, and I am very happy with the result....

The new wall cabinet

....both of the tables have been moved forward creating more space in the rear of the trailer to store those things for which access is not needed on a regular basis, plus my tools are now closer to the work bench.  The new wall cabinet is made by the same folks that manufactured my original 3 bin wall cabinet, which is mounted on the passenger side wall of the trailer, and can be seen in the bottom picture in the upper right.  I had to move a couple of my license plates, and a few other things, which I believe makes the trailer much more efficient, whilst providing more storage.

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