We woke this morning to warmer temperatures, but thats gonna change soon! The weather-guessers on television have all be excited over another cold front thats on its way. I'll believe it when I see it. We've been disappointed before by them.
We went out the first thing this morning to check the bathrooms. It doesn't take all that much to keep the bathrooms clean when you keep them swept out and the trash removed. This is a pretty easy gig when we check them often.
I've been staying in touch with Jennifer and Melissa because of the impending cold weather. I would hate to find out that they turned into a big block of ice. We haven't heard much from Kim and the boys. Since she just started a new job, we are hesitant to call her at work but have left her several messages on her phone. She either doesn't listen to her messages or somehow they get lost. I don't know...
We made another couple of checks of the bathrooms in the afternoon because there are several people in the RV section of the park. There are no people in the tent or shelter areas, but we check that bathroom anyway.
Stella has been working steadily on shredding our old records from the house. She is making a lot of progress but it leaves a lot of small shreds on the floor where she is working. I have been sweeping the trailer, trying to help her keep it clean. We have been using the built-in vacuum cleaner, trying to conserve space used by the old vacuum from the house. It has been working well but we'll soon have to find some more bags for it.
We were sitting around, watching television when we had some visitors drop by for a visit. Billy and Gwen, owners of Rayford Crossing and Timber Ridge. They had been checking out some parks around San Marcos and were on their way home. It was good to see them again. We will see them again in April when we return to Rayford for the Heartland rally, and of course, we are working at Timber Ridge from May-July. We really love it when our friends drop by.