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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Sunday, August 28, 2016

Trying to Get It Done and More Rain.

Our Location today is McGregor, Ontario, Canada. 

With the new medication that Kathy is on and the hard stretching I was doing in the heat yesterday neither of us had any problem sleeping last night. We managed to be wide awake before 8:00 this morning. It wasn’t that we were in any rush to go anywhere it was that I wanted to get myself back outside before it got too hot again today. Today’s Humidex was forecasted to reach 104 F (40 C) this afternoon and I’m certain it reached that point before lunch.

Kathy was busy doing our online banking and bookkeeping this morning while I crawled back under the truck in an attempt to finish removing the now defective airbags. Since they were installed seven years ago all the bolts have become corroded to the point that taking them apart while lying under the truck on crushed stone was making it challenging. I managed to get the bracketing that fastened it to the rear differential removed but then I ran into a wall. I no longer carry larger sized combination wrenches in my tool box and the only way I could complete the job was with a hoist and some heavy duty air tools which the park would frown on since we’re not supposed to be working on our vehicles on site.

Kathy made a wonderful lunch that helped to re-energize me enough to clean things up and have the truck ready to drive for the morning. Looking at the sky the sun had disappeared behind a row of clouds that started to carry the sounds of distant thunder. Our neighbour’s cell phone was showing Tornado Warnings in Lower Michigan and the track of the storm was the same as last Wednesday when LaSalle and Windsor were both hit by Tornados. 
I’d barely got myself inside when the skies opened up for the second day in a row. That was the perfect time to get washed up and to get caught up on my daily reading. Even though the rainfall was far less than yesterday we watched as the temperatures on our Indoor/Outdoor Weather Monitoring Station took a fast tumble. 
Neither of us were in the mood to cook supper so we drove up to the 19th Hole Restaurant at the front of the park where we had our usual half order Perch dinner. 
We were back Home on time to watch the 6 o’clock News the weather forecast was much more to our liking with more seasonal temperatures. Tomorrow we have a busy day. Thanks for following along and feel free to leave a comment. Be Safe and Enjoy! 

It’s about time.


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