In our nomadic lifestyle, a work project is 3 weeks long. Between projects we tend to do a variety of sightseeing and that involves moving around. We were in
for almost 4 weeks due to the late spring up at the cabin. That’s a pretty long time for us to be in one
place. We enjoyed being able to spend
time with the granddaughters and to help out with the busy schedule at their
place with Brett being out of town and Jen teaching and coaching. And we also were able to see Dave and
Valentina – not long enough but we hope to see them more this summer.
We need to get the new truck ready for towing by the motorhome. The shop we are working with wasn’t able to get the new baseplate on our truck this week, so we drove to the cabin separately, Bob in the motorhome and Paige in the pickup.
This past week has also been busy:
-Sunday was Mothers Day with Paige’s mother in
-Monday was lunch with our investment advisor
-Tuesday night was a picnic dinner with the grand-daughters where Jen’s team had a track meet (beastly hot weather!)
-Wednesday we went to lunch at the girls’ elementary school (we appreciate quiet, now)
-Thursday we took the girls to dinner and met David and Valentina (also coincidentally ran into Pam and Ron with Ron’s grandson, who were seated right by us in the restaurant!)
-Friday was lunch with Paige’s sister, Pam, to celebrate her upcoming birthday
Yep, it’s time to get out of town, where we can catch up on our naptime. We are at the family cabin again, and the ice is finally off of the lake. Next week many neighbors will be coming to open their summer cabins and get their docks and boats into the water. We are experiencing lots of wind, with rain threatening, are still able to get lots of spring cleaning done.