We displayed our senior pass to enter the National Park at no cost and to only pay half price for our campsite. The sun was shining and it was 71*, and we were wearing shorts, tee shirts and flip flops as we parked the trailer.
Dream alert, dream alert ! Pinch self, wake up !
Last year this time we were at the Padre Island national seashore, camped at Malequete campground, $4 cost per day. We used it as a FOB or, forward operating base, as we wandered aimlessly up and down the far South Texas beaches. We became so acclimatized to it that one day I found my self whinning about having to be inside paying bills instead of outside in the sunshine. Here is a look :
At the end of this year’s seven months of workamping and touring around the country we decided to spend the Winter at the house getting ready to put it on the market.
Here is a look out the living room window this morning as I prepare this blog post:
Though it hasn’t snowed for several days now, the temperature was down in the teens last night and the forecast for tonight is down in the single digits, so, the snow hangs on.
Geeze ! Who’s idea was it to not go South to the beach this year ?
I think I’ll go back to daydreamin’ of beach scenes like this:
Aaaa ! Yes ! now that’s more like it ~