Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Yesterday was an uneventful day.  We awoke to find that it had rained over night.  Needless to say, everything was wet while we hitched up.  We pulled out around 9 and decided to go home over a different road.  It was 46 degrees.  We took 260 to Payson and then the Beeline Highway.  The weather was great and we did see a lot of wildlife.  As Bill said, "more than in Yellowstone".  We stopped at the Casino for a bathroom break and then drove the rest of the way home.  The winds were bad, but we're getting used to it this year.  Bill and I both agreed the next time we drive up there it will be over the Salt River Canyon.

I backed the rig into storage.  Bill didn't help much other than to tell me if I was getting too close to the motorhome next to our site.

We didn't bother to wash the rig as it will be going to the shop this month to hopefully fix the lights.  Camping World had it almost 3 months and all they did was replace the lights.  They never found out the problem.  The over the bed light and all the bay lights don't work.

We found out today that my 93 year old Dad is going to the VA on Monday for blind rehab for a few weeks.  We'll be taking him down on Monday unless Bill is scheduled for his cataract surgery.  Tomorrow we see the doctor to schedule it.  

The road is looking inviting but we need to get Bill's eyes taken care of first.  



  1. Good luck with the doc tomorrow. Hopefully he can get Bill's surgery scheduled soon so you guys can get on the road. We're headed up to Payson but not ShowLow so we'll be going up Beeline Hwy. Good job backing the rig in. I sure hope they can figure out what is wrong with those lights. So frustrating.

  2. Too bad Rog isn't closer. I'll bet you could ferret out the problem. Sounds like Jan will be sleeping with a pirate for a few nights. They usually give you an eye patch to wear at night so you don't accidentally scratch the eye. Miss you guys! Sharon and Rog


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