A little slower week this week… Both of our wonderful grandkids took turns getting sick. Bryan first, with a few days out of school, then Ashlyn. We avoided them pretty much, hoping to avoid the bug ourselves. No COVID, but definitely not comfortable.
Before it was Ashlyn’s turn to be sick, she performed for a church service with her school. The school choir sang, and Ashlyn played trumpet in a brass quartet. Very nice!
The snow is still hanging around Spokane… It hasn’t been above freezing for many days now. A good test of the motorhome heating systems.
A few shots of family fun…
“Our” Honeymoon Rig
In going through old pictures, I came across this shot. This is my Folk’s motorhome, which Cherryl and I took on our honeymoon over 46 years ago! It was a Pace Arrow, 24 feet long, which is a little over half the length of our current home. At this site, we drove as far as I dared up on blocks to level the coach, but it still felt like we were hiking up to the back of the rig.
Hi Bruce , 45 days exploring Mexico is a quite different scene than depicted in your picture of Spokane . Now in San Miguel de Allende , gorgeous little town with deep history . Love to Cheryll