Well, last week I PROMISED that I’d have lots of good pictures up from our South American trip. Then we made a last minute decision to make a trip from Houston to Denver and catch the Rocky Mountain Dental Convention… So a lot of the time I thought I’d spend sorting pictures was spent relocating! But Dear Wife Cherryl did a lot of the driving so I did get to spend some time sifting through pictures, but I’ve had the last two days in meetings so I’m no where near done. But if you’d like to see the partially done work, it will be in a special page for the whole South American Adventure. Click HERE to jump to it. Maybe next week I’ll have it done!
This blog is just for the trip up from Houston. We broke it into a few relatively reasonable drives- Monday we drove to see our Son-in-Law’s parents in Keene, Texas and had a good evening with them. Then a couple more hours down the road and spent the night in a rest stop. When we opened the refrigerator first thing in the morning, a large glass casserole dish (Full of yummy enchiladas), fell from the top shelf to the bottom glass shelf and the glass exploded! Not the dish, but the glass cover over the bottom drawer. What a mess! It is obviously safety glass, and shattered without leaving huge jagged glass shards, but little pieces went everywhere! Took quite a while vacuuming and sweeping repeatedly. Have you every vacuumed out the inside of your refrigerator?
We spent another night in a little almost abandoned campground in New Mexico. The sunrise was pretty in spite of the spartan landscape.
Every once in a while we have to put fuel in our moving house, and it’s easiest at the truck stops. Here we are playing with the big guys:
As we drive, we can keep an eye on our “Toad” vehicle through the rear video camera. With the son coming up directly behind us, I thought the view was nice, so I’m sharing it here:
Here is a view of our present campsite. Cherryl took this after a short hike up to the top of a little hill in the park.
Here is the famous “Peeping Tom Bear” looking into the Colorado Convention Center. Some of the meetings were fun and others barely tolerable. That’s the way it goes!
Then we got to have dinner with longtime friends (and former hygiene team member) Debbie and Mike. It’s been a good, but busy week!