It's about time.

Many of you that can relate to this. Working long hours at your career. Raising your families. Buying a home and paying all the bills related to being homeowners and parents. We're now retired and don't need all that work and expense. Now "It's about time" to follow our dreams.

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Monday, September 3, 2012

Last Day Home

Our Location today is Tecumseh, Ontario, Canada.

When we awoke this morning to the sun peeking in our windows. With another hot humid day predicted we were in no hurry to be anywhere. This was to be an easy clean up day, because tomorrow we will take our time leaving in the morning to start our next adventure.
We chose to wait until Tuesday to leave so that most of the campgrounds and roadways would be void of Weekend Warriors who would be in a hurry to get home. Many times those are the cars that you see pulled over for the improper handling of vehicles by the police or the ones piled up in fatalities.
There only seems to be one problem with our plan as I mentioned the other day. The leftover rainstorms brought on by Isaac are slated to begin tonight until Wednesday. We have all been there before and nobody likes to drive their rigs in this weather let alone having to set up in it. We’ll just take our time and hope the weather gives us a break.
This is the weather predicted for our trip tomorrow.
After breakfast I headed downstairs to do a single load of laundry so everything would be fresh in the apartment on our return. Four of the six washers were available and all the dryers but sitting by the side of the laundry room were four laundry hampers full of wet towels. I timed my wash cycle so that I could return before my wash was finished.
When I returned my washer had not finished but all the dryers were in use. After waiting another thirty minutes a man and his son show up and started emptying all the dryers. That just looked like another form of selfless thinking and not caring if anyone else needed to dry any clothes.
 When we leave tomorrow I don’t know what the Wifi will be like so our posts might be slow getting posted. The last time I had that problem I had asked Rick Doyle how to fix the problem and he was very thorough about when they travel in the U.S. The only problem is right now is we are travelling in southern Ontario and have not found a Canadian version of the fix. I’ll keep trying but with only 113 days left until Christmas Day who knows what Santa might bring us. Thanks for following along. Be Safe and Enjoy!

It’s about time.

Krackers

Office Jokes, Quotes, and Anecdotes

Thirteen percent of workers say they have been stuck in

an elevator in the past twelve months, and of that group,

33 percent have been stuck for five to ten minutes, and

another 22 percent have been stuck for more than ten minutes.

IBM Smarter Buildings Study, 2010

5 comments:

  1. Safe travels, and I hope you miss the bad weather.

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  2. We had a big downpour this morning in Richmond Hill. I hope you guys have not been caught in that. Have fun and until next time - safe travels.

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  3. Have a wonderful time and travel well, hope the weather cooperates!

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