It’s been a very long time since we have posted on ‘And Drink Plenty of It’; there are a few reasons why – mostly plain laziness!
Our winter camp ground host position at Lake Pleasant Arizona took a bunch of our time, but was still enjoyable!
Michelle could only think about flying to Salt Lake to see the new Grandbaby Charlotte! And every chance she got, she did just that! I, on the other hand, wanted to do that too, but had to stick around because I was the only one who could get in the RV door. I had estimates of up to 600 bucks to get it fixed. I was told up to 7 hours to adjust the linkage. Well, in Salt Lake I got up the nerve to take the door apart and see if I could fix it. Wow was that easy and it only took 2 hours. I’m free at last.
While in Arizona I guess I spent more time riding the blackberry than I should have. I put 2,000 miles on it. Now I feel bad I didn’t see my family more. So next winter that will all change. I’ll become a pest and when I do I want to be told.
So after Lake Pleasant it was time to get Huey’s yearly maintenance done and things repaired I didn’t want to do. Freightliner Oasis in Tollenson AZ did a great job and took care all the extended warranty stuff. It’s a fine running machine now.
After that we took off for Payson to see Mom before leaving for you guessed it (Salt Lake and Charlotte), Michelle was in heaven!
All things on our trip must end and wait for another time. So we left for Chenin and Bryce’s house, in Bend Oregon, to see them before leaving for Roseburg to see Laura and Michael for a few days before heading to the fabulous Oregon coast.
We arrived at Cape Blanco State Park on Friday the 30th, ready to start our summer Interpretive hosting positions at the lighthouse & Coast Guard museum. We had our orientation Sunday and met our fellow hosts, we hope this group clicks like the fantastic group we were lucky enough to host with last year! We are thoroughly enjoying the beach, the lighthouse, and the wind. Life is good!
Here’s a few pictures since the last post.