It's about time.

Many of you can relate to 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" and what we do to follow our dreams.

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Saturday, April 20, 2019

Slow MiFi, Updating Norton, USS Indianapolis, and Rising Water.

Our Location today is at Wildwood Golf and RV Park, McGregor, Ontario.

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When we went to bed last night the Wind was rattling our Slide Covers so hard and bringing the Rain down on the Roof with force that only way we could sleep was to use our Ear Plugs to block the noise. Hours later when we got up to have breakfast the Wind was still giving the Trailer some hard jolts that we felt like we were moving. The Rain also continued to come down. Unlike past mornings this week there was nobody outside walking.
With no let up in sight and a forecast that called for Rain the entire day we resigned ourselves that this would be best spent inside. After having our second cup at the Computers I had to call Norton in order to renew our Virus Protection because with the slow speed of our Verizon MiFi I could not connect to their Site.

We’d had a lite breakfast and since we were far from being active we again had a lite lunch by simply having a bowl of Chicken Noodle Soup.

After ensuring that we were caught up on all there was to read on the Computers we decided to watch a movie. I mentioned many times how we prefer those that are based on actual fact so this fit the bill entirely. We watched “USS Indianapolis Men Of Courage” starring Nicolas Cage. This was about the Destroyer assigned with delivering The Bomb that was used against Japan to end WWII. On its return it was torpedoed and sank. Most of the movie revolves around those that survived in the Shark Infested Waters. We have also learned to watch the Credits and Extra Scenes in movies we really like. In this one talked about the making of the movie and there were many of the actual Survivors commenting about that time in history.

For supper we finished the Leftover Chicken that we had in the Fridge along with the few Leftover Olives that we started back in Quartzsite.

As we were getting up from the table I noticed something at the end of the street. Throughout the surrounding Golf Course there are Water Hazards that are used to collect the Run Off from the RV Park. At breakfast I noticed the Water Level was nearly Three Feet from the top edge of the Embankments. Since it had been raining all day and the streets were Water covered the level had risen to within only a Foot from the top. Thankfully it had finally stopped raining.

Tomorrow is Easter Sunday and Kathy and I would like to wish all our Readers and their Families a Safe and Happy Easter. Thank you for following along and feel free to leave a comment.

It’s about time.

You Might Be a Redneck If

You go to the church Easter egg hunt and carry a saltshaker in your shirt pocket.


  1. Happy Easter to you both. Hope the rain lets up soon and the warmer weather arrives for you. It's warm here but oh the wind!

  2. May you both have a wonderful Easter.

  3. It was a heavy cruiser not a destroyer and man was that movie bad !!

  4. May Kathy and you have a Happy Easter also.

  5. I hope your deluge stops soon. Happy Easter!!!!

  6. A special happy Easter to you both. Hopefully the rains will stop soon before there is any flooding.

  7. Happy Easter to you both. Enjoy the holiday and the nice weather we are going to have. All the best.