It was with a heavy heart that we left Paincourtville on Friday morning in the rain. We have enjoyed our winter stopover. It has been fun spending time with family and friends.
Thursday afternoon we went to Ellas school to watch her perform in their Easter Angel Choir. All of the kindergarten and 1st graders had fun singing their hearts out. Even Eva seemed to enjoy it.
We drove the first 2 hours in rain then it cleared up. Stopped over in Beaumont for the night and met up with Rudy and Carol for dinner. Saturday morning drove over to Kerrville, TX for a night or two. Cindy talked with the lady at the office and scored a free night so we stayed until Tuesday morning. We tried to rent a car Monday to sight see but there was nothing available. But we did stop at a rest area for lunch and saw some pretty flowers:
Oh yeah, the truck is in the shop getting repaired from a slight mishap while I was loading the RZR in the back. The straps holding the ramps up broke and I had no choice but to gun the throttle. Well I made it into the truck but couldn’t stop in time. Broke the rear windshield on the truck and dented the rear panel. So had to leave it for repairs.
We had a nice drive as I decided to drive 60 mph. It helped the fuel mileage since I was getting 8.5 mpg. We stopped for the night north of Tucson in a trailer park that advertised big rig rv parking. Yeah right, the 70’ pull through was about 20’ short and I had to back out of the spot and squeeze through the turns. Oh well, we just need to check out our stops before we pull in. Gotta remember that.
Tom and I went to Canyon raceway to be the pit crew for his son in law Jon. He has a modified stock car he races. He did well starting in 14th place and moving up to 4th place but unfortunately blew his transmission so couldn’t finish. Oh well that’s racing. It was fun to watch the different classes of cars race from the sprint cars to dwarf cars to stockers.
I’ve been helping Tom with a few little projects around the homestead. They’re getting carpet put in today so we’ll help them move some furniture in tomorrow. Last night I drove with Tom over to north of Prescott to buy an 8.5 x 20’ enclosed trailer. We got back just in time to enjoy the blood moon. The skies out here are incredibly clear and bright.