As we mentioned yesterday, Sunday was very s-l-o-w. Susun took off for a solo trip to Cottonwood to do laundry and print photos. I finally rallied up about 2 pm and spent 3+ hours whacking weeds. It was really windy all day long. Oddly, when campfire time rolled around, the wind obediently laid down and conditions were strangely stone calm. Not long after the campfire was finished, the winds picked back up and really howled during the middle of the night. The rains finally arrived not long after 9 am this morning. This storm is supposed to yield anywhere from a half inch to an inch at our location. The jury's out on whether it will do that.
Today it's my turn for a solo trip to Cottonwood. Susun has a lot of various here at Straw Central. Gary might meet up with Tom and I later this morning for a pistol maintenance lesson. All of my other errands are far too mundane to mention.
This morning, we finally connected the dots and registered The Spudboater for the Verde Canoe Challenge this coming weekend. As rocket scientists like to say, "All systems are a go."
Not much else going on--this is a lazy Monday following an equally lazy Sunday.
Congrats on getting the HAM a rama license. 10-4 good buddy, as they say. Well maybe that's not what they say on ham and cheese radio, so I've provided the cheese.
What happened to Monday and Tuesday? We're Jonesing for an update here already....
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