Monday was an interesting day. Susun took off to help Chuck in Sedona with some housekeeping chores. Chuck is 89 years young and still sharp as a tack but he needs help on various things that you'd expect with an 89-year-old. I went to the first hour of the NRCD meeting. Frankly, I'm getting to the point in life where my tolerance for meetings is declining at a precipitous rate.
We learned yesterday morning that the reopening dedication ceremony for Homolovi State Park will take place this Friday. That threw a wrench in our weekly planning and continues to be the wild card today as well. Meanwhile, I have major egg on my face because I didn't pre-register The Spudboater for the kayak race March 26th. Registration is now closed so I sulked around in abject guilt all day.
Susun brought home a goodie from Chuck--a 7-inch digital TFT 12-volt TV! Yep, a real TV that pulls down a decent picture of local signal with just the funky little antenna it has. It will now be our onboard TV for the Skamper. Spiffy little thing! THANKS, Chuck!
Meanwhile, Susun used Gary's citrus press to process the boatload of fruit we've received when visiting Phoenix and Mesa. I enjoyed a solo campfire and spent the remainder of the evening studying Japan's nuclear woes.
Today, we're off to the Tuesday Target Shoot and then we're planning to tackle our long list of nit-picky tasks left for the Skamper and SuziQ. One of these days, we will finally scratch everything off that list.
Well, time to amp up my ambulations here. Have a great day and Cheers! jp