Sunday, January 30, 2011

Another Lesson Learned

Yesterday was a relaxing day visiting with our friends Rhonda and William.  Rhonda and I met back in 1998 when we first started working at USAA.  We have been friends ever since.  They have come up to Georgia in their 5th wheel and visited us several times.  We went to their house yesterday for hamburgers.  It got a little cool in the evening so William started a big campfire to warm us up.  It was the first campfire we've had since we've been in Florida, so it felt really good.  It was a relaxing day and a nice change from the week we had!

We decided to go for a hike today.  It's supposed to be in the 70's and nice and sunny, so it should be a nice day for a hike.

Yesterday when we were getting ready to go to Rhonda's, it was hot while I was trying to put my make-up on.  I opened the bathroom door and turned the fantastic fan to flow in rather than out.  It brought some cool air onto me and cooled me off.   I thought to my self....remember to change it back so that the air blows out before tomorrow morning :)   Well, I forgot until this morning when Al was in there!!!  All I'm going to say is OH MY GOD!  It didn't take me too long to realize the air was coming IN!

Lesson learned...always leave the fan in the bathroom venting OUT!


  1. I bet Al had a word or two to say about the air flow. LOL We sure loved the campfires we had in Yuma. Back here in Apache Junction we're under a no burn order because of the drought. So it could be a long time before we see another fire.

  2. Kinda reminiscent of the old days going to the cold outhouse? LOL

    Karen and Steve
    (Our Blog) RVing: Small House... BIG Backyard

  3. Ohhh I bet it was a bit chilly... Saw your name on the luncheon list and was so glad that we'll get the opportunity to meet... Looking forward to it!
    Have fun & Travel Safe

  4. Nothing like the first campfire of the year to relax after a busy week.

  5. Bet it was a little cool in the morning. I'm getting really bad, If I don't write myself a note to remember to do something I will be sure and forget to do it.

  6. That's funny. I know the words I would hear if I did that too my dh. My ears are burning just thinking about it.


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