Ken's been outside most days doing different things. I know he's started every vehicle we have, which we have too many for only two people! He was starting some of the quads, not sure what he got done there. He washed my Patriot and the Tundra (got all that desert dirt off) I know he watered all the trees, but due to no rain, it's got to be done. They are mostly drought resistant but we need rain!
We've had our usual mornings together with our coffee and blogging friends but after breakfast we do our own things. Back together for lunch and then on with the afternoon.
|Ken got this sign up, our Christmas present from Eric,|
Christina, Seth and Mason. The boys picked it out :)
Grandchildren complete life's circle of love :)
Daughter in law Cheryl made the flag above for us a year ago
|Sign I picked up in Yuma..love it!|
|Next to our front door..|
Every year I work on our oldest's sons taxes. Several years ago he was taking them to someone, who charged a fortune and I looked at it and said I can do this. So, I have. This year there were some changes with Adam going to college (expenses) and Bryan had paid into an HSA. Well, as with anything with the IRS, it's not as easy as it seems. Long story short, that's where I spent most of the week. Probably should have used turbo tax,or something, but I like seeing my own figures first. Oh well, that's done! Now on to gathering my stuff.
Ken says I need a break, so this morning we are heading for Carson City. We'll visit Walmart to see if we can find some lubricant for the tread mill that's trying to kill both of us! Stop by Lowe's so we can get what we need to make a pole for the trailer and our new flag :) We'll do whatever else we need to do and then head to our favorite Chinese restaurant. We know we have a hard time finding good Chinese most places we go.
Ok, we've decided next Thursday the 22nd will be our leave date to slowly start heading for Tennessee! That should give us time to get all done that we want. First stop, Winnemucca NV to drop off taxes and stay at the New Frontier RV Park. A Passport America park so in the winter about $10.00 a night.
Middle son, Eric called on Wednesday and we had a nice conversation. He talked to his dad too. Always nice to hear from the kids :) They've got a couple of pregnant goats, due in a couple of weeks so he's been working on a new pen and he made a gate with their "ranch" name..I love it!
|The one on the left looks like she could be|
carrying more than one baby..
|Milking stand practice!|
|The beginning of the gate..|
|Aaron (5'10", 150 lbs) he'll be|
13 next month..heck of a
Have a wonderful day!