Thursday, January 24, 2013

January 24, 2013

There are now 128 Rigs

We woke up to a marvelous sunrise. The colors were ablaze across the sky.

The pancake breakfast was at 8:00, always good, thanks Gretchen.  Sue (skip number 66,125) brought a blueberry pancake casserole. Here is her recipe. Our skip number is 110,051.  The highest skip number that we have seen in Boomerville is up to 116,000. We have been a member for less than a year.  I am amazed at how large the Escapees’s club is.  Everyone is very friendly and helpful.  Ray has learned a lot about his solar and about a better TV antenna.

After breakfast we hurried into Parker to the Wal-Mart, third time’s the charm; the meds were on hold in Riverton.  Our insurance thought we had them already. I have them now and everything is good.

We made it back just in time for the Care auction. We learned more about the Escapee’s Care facility in Livingston, Texas. This is a facility for Escapees that need to have assistance when they need to be off the road. Yes, we donated to the cause, we purchased Nanaimo Bars.  The reason was sentimental. We first had these bars on the Canadian Rocky Mountain Railroad on our honeymoon 16 years ago. (And they said it wouldn’t last.)

They decided not to watch the Long Long Trailer at the Pace theater (the white side of their motorhome). So we browed the movie and watched it inside our rig.

Here is my latest project.

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