Tomorrow is a my first day off work, and I will take care of things like grocery shopping, fueling up the truck, haircut, and maybe a little cleaning of my 5th wheel. Then I work on Monday and will do some sightseeing with one of the volunteers on Tuesday or Wednesday. I will be so glad to have someone to go into Savannah with because I doubt if I would do it on my own.
The sun may have been shining today but I was freezing on my way to and from the truck and into the Fort. Fred and Mary, the Minnesotans, are in short sleeves and I don’t see them shivering, but I wonder if they are just a little bit cold. Or are you northerners so tough you don’t realize 50F isn’t exactly tropical
I saw too many deer and egrets to count today, but still no alligator.
A word about blogs and connections: I was able to get online this morning for about 10 minutes. At that time I read some comments to my last post and tried to respond, but mostly I couldn't send anything through my email. I also was able to read a couple of blogs from other RVers, but couldn't get a comment posted. It is frustrating because this is about my only way of communicating sometimes, but I would like everyone to know that I appreciate your comments and will keep on trying to respond to them, but my connection just doesn't work most of the time. I spent two hours this evening trying to get a connection. It is one of the drawbacks of being in a setting such as this, just as being at Lassen the past summer was for me. Some days it works and other days it won't work for trying.
A Journey of Self Discovery - Day 2
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