Cruisin’ for a Bruisin’: Day Three

And Then, There Was Snow: When we rose and shone, there was snow up at elevations we were at the day before. Lucky for us, there would be no riding today!

Thursday, May 24: Bed in RV — Kitchen in RV — yard outside of RV — RV park boundary, 894 feet

Finger Lickin’ Good: Big props to Chef Judy again for another mouthwatering concoction: upside down pizza. Yum.

Okay — I lied. We don’t roll on today. Instead, we pause, dry out and recover. My eyelids felt as if they were Gorilla glued shut when I finally slipped slowly out of slumber. Tyler was already up.

We made breakfast — bacon, eggs, homemade toast. And coffee. Lots of coffee. I prefer to drink until I begin to twitch, as if I were a 14-year-old child with a very high metabolism and one finger in a light socket.

Speaking of electricity, the power ceased for a bit, since the RV park was under a bit of construction. But the river was raging just outside the back door, and there were RV walls to escape behind when Mr. Wind became — surprise, surprise — persistent. Our hamburgered butts were off our saddles, our feet propped up… it was bliss.

The daylight hours were whittled away gently: word games on mom’s Kindle, Bananagrams tournaments on the picnic table, journalling in the hot sun by the reeds at the river’s edge. Lunchtime, then a walk with the little schnauzers, some picture taking and then dinner, wine and bed.

Feeling relaxed? Us, too. Tomorrow, the adventure continues… hope you’re ready!

The Drier Side of Life: What gets wet, must get dry — this we learned the hard way.
Kickin’ it live: Me and Mama Judy, enjoying a little sunshine at the RV park south of Carbondale.
Home Sweet Home: Life is sweet whilst having a beer outside the parents’ RV, watching the sun slowly descend.

One Reply to “Cruisin’ for a Bruisin’: Day Three”

  1. ….it’s as though we are there with you two, maybe it is your gardian angel. We love you! glad we could give you shelter from the elements! Mama Judy and Papa Ed

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