Tuesday was Ken's 69th Birthday. He got calls from lots of people and wishes on FB even though he doesn't have it. We left the RV Park in Winnemucca about 0800 (I know, amazing!). We wanted to get home early as we wanted to decorate the Christmas tree in the afternoon.
We got home just about 1200 or so. We both did our thing unloading the Mansion and eventually met up inside. I got the toppings together to make the zucchini squash pizza for dinner. I had made the crust and froze it before we left and it freezes wonderfully.
I ran up to Raley's to find low fat egg nog since Walmart doesn't carry it. Tradition is brandy, egg nog and a Christmas movie while we decorate the tree :) It was a good evening.
I did notice I don't have a Navy ornament so I ordered one. Russell gave me one last year, but I keep it and the Marine one on the wall year round 💙
Not much the rest of the week, we made a run to Gardnerville for prescriptions and then worked on wrapping some presents. Ken got lights in the tree outside which looks really nice. Bunk house is next!
Today (Friday) he worked on wood as the days are really cold here right now. When we walked home from John and Karen's the other night at 2200 it was 21 degrees. Took me forever to warm up!!
Today we walked over to John and Karen's. John got a call to go for storm work in New York, he left early this am from the airport. Ken went to check on wood for her and made a run to where she buys it.
While we were there we went inside the motorhome we've been thinking about buying and committed to it! John and Karen bought it from friends about a year and a half ago. They had bought it to go to Burning Man and once they were done, they wanted to get rid of it. John and Karen bought it because it was too good of a deal at $2500. We're paying $1500.00! Figure we can tow the Can AM behind it and be nice and comfy. Not that we're not in the Toyhauler, but this will be better we're thinking. It's in really good shape, 117,000 miles on it. Looking forward to this little project.
1989 26 foot Ford...
Happy Hour time in front of our cozy fire! Enjoy your evening!