Friday, March 14, 2014

Less than 24 hours later...........


Yesterday about this time, we were watching huge ugly dark clouds coming towards us.  This was not a good thing because that usually means sand and dirt and lots of it. I was inside with all the windows and vents shut when I took this picture.
So today I went outside, approximately the same place ......blue skies.  
Photo borrowed from website
I recently went on line to make ROD reservations at Lake Easton RV Resort in Washington. The lady at the park said they still had about 2 feet of snow. She said it was raining and no more snow was expected and I-90 was clear.  The park is open... The water is still shut off but we could fill our tank at the gate and they do have sewer.  It's a Sunrise Park, a beautiful park, but I'm thinking the teen grand kids will enjoy the beach better than the snow.....
Today was craft sale day here in the park. I found the type of Apron I just love and have wanted for a long time and a bonus too. Two hot pads to match. Look along side of the hot pads. A Napkin Holder that matches the color scheme of the interior of the motor home.  I'm happy happy. After pitching horse shoes this morning, Joe spent the rest of the day cleaning the car and motor home.  They are all nice an shiny again. So he's happy happy too.

7 comments:

  1. Love the apron's colors, and its a great style!!

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  2. Two feet of snow? Wouldn't be going there any time soon. Amazing how much I've learned to love all this sunshine. An apron - haven't used one in years cause I kind of gave up doing much cooking. But my Mom had one like that with big pockets.

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  3. I see to need an apron more for eating rather than cooking.

    That was Some sand storm. We had a little wind, butt that was it.

    I did some dust removal today. It won't' last long, will it.

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  4. I love, love, love those aprons too, and they are so hard to find. Have you stayed at Lake Easton before? We used to make the weekend drive to Spokane from the Seattle often to check on a relative. I've always wondered what that park was like.....but not in the winter that's for sure!

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  5. Those wind and dust storms are not a lot of fun, but still like them better than the cold and snow.

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  6. I've not seen that style apron before - pretty neat. When are you leaving? I'm still in the Phoenix area until Monday; then onward to California, probably by Wednesday I'll be in your area. Let me know by email. I sure hope we can work it out to meet. Hugs to you both. mp

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  7. We really drove through some of that sand storm on Gene Autrey Drive the other day. My truck is very, very dirty - I'm off to the car wash in the morning.

    Also, re Sherman's - it's on Tahquitz Way near downtown Palm Springs. Just take Vista Chino to Sunrise Way and turn left. Drive down to Tahquitz Way and turn right then drive several blocks and you'll see Sherman's on the left - near the downtown Casino.

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