Today was one of those days when plans just don’t work out. Ron woke up coughing, sneezing — and grumpy! 🙂
Instead of hitting the museum, we took it easy most of the morning. Read a bit. Walked the dogs. Cleaned the trailer. I discovered some real surprises when I cleaned the refrigerator.
If you have a small camper refrigerator, you know how it is. There’s not enough room to put away the groceries, so stuff gets piled on top of stuff, and the things in the back disappear from memory.
I discovered an almost liquid yellow squash in the abyss along with a brown-spotted cabbage. And several styrofoam take out containers. When I finished, the refrigerator had been scrubbed and sanitized. Half of the stuff was thrown out, and I can find the things that are left.
This was the last of our perfect outdoor days for a while. It got up to 67 with sunny skies. Sheba and I walked down to the day use area and just meandered around admiring the cypress swamps, the river, the sunshine, and the incredible aura of peace that pervaded the area.
Then I came back and grilled ribs. Ron was recovered enough to enjoy the ribs, so he’ll be fine tomorrow.
It’s going down to 24 tonight, and tomorrow’s high will be in the mid 40’s. So it remains to be seen what we will feel like doing outdoors. It looks to me like it would be a great novel-reading day.
We will eventually get to the museum. Manana! (Which I have been told does not mean “tomorrow,” but “not today.”) 🙂