We had the "day off " yesterday and spent it just puttering around the house. We didn't have anywhere that we needed to be and it was a most enjoyable day. We never left the campground and it felt really good! We briefly contemplated a kayak trip or a drive to the beach, but decided we'd rather just relax around the campground.
The weather was nice and sunny and the temps in the upper 60's. There was some kind of big thing going on and many golfers were out on the course today.
We spent our day just cleaning and organizing around here. Al did some window cleaning. It's amazing how fast they get dirty. We had a day/night shade that needed fixing and Al (my hero) managed to get that fixed. Yea...now I can have sunlight coming in that window!
We had about given up getting satellite reception here, but Al decided to give it another try. He finally picked up a signal, but the readings were only in the 70's which is not nearly enough to get a picture. He finally moved the dish to a new location and got a signal locked on! We get all the channels, including the DNS channels for ABC, CBS, NBC, and Fox! Yea....no more commercials!!! My hero!
I gave us both a haircut with our Flowbee haircutter. We're now presentable again! Al was getting a bit shaggy, so we felt good about that.
I have to take Mom in to get the heart monitor put on today and Al has a few remaining pest control accounts to finish up. I might bring Mom over here to see where we are staying. She hasn't gotten out here yet.
We're still trying to decide where to go next. Our plan was to head to Welaka, Florida the 29th. We have reservations there for 2 months. I'm thinking we should stay closer to Mom though, so that's not looking promising. We just haven't found anything close by that is reasonably priced. I need to get on the ball and start looking. We can stay here for $695 a month (electric included). Now that we have satellite, that sounds a little better. We'd like to find something cheaper, but other than the Escapees campground in Bushnell, Florida, I haven't found anything.
We tried to find someone that could deliver propane to us here in the campground and were told of a law against propane delivery to an Rv. It seems that it's too dangerous to fill up the propane tank on an Rv. They can do it to the houses and businesses, just not rv's. Makes you feel real safe, huh?