Sundance RV Resort
Yes, I'm still here. I know it's been a week since I blogged, but you don't really want to hear that we've stayed inside most of the week.
The one highlight of the week was that Luella and Ray Steiner came down for a visit. It was so nice to be able to visit with them. Usually when we see them, there's a crowd of people around.
We had planned to attend the Chapter 45 Luncheon in Apache Junction but some medical issues came up and we had an unexpected doctor appointment that day.
So what have we been doing all week? The blog title explains it. Were still working on the Alaska list.
I've received some brochures from Anchorage yesterday and today some from Fairbanks.
I've been slowly reading the Traveler's Guide to Alaskan Camping--Alaska and Yukon Camping with RV or Tent. Nearly everyone in the Loosey Goosey group has been before and they know what to expect. This is more like saying you'll tour all of the USA next summer. Where would you start?
Thank goodness for all the helpful people out there. Leslie Ernst has spent some time e-mailing information. I can't believe how thoughtful she is with all the issues she's having with her cancer. She and Dennis Hill recommended the Tour Saver Book. Dennis knows how cheap I am and let me know the book was on sale for twenty dollars off this month. It didn't take me long to get my order off. It's on it's way so I'll be anxious to see all the money we can save. Of course, you have to spend money to save money.
Dennis suggested the Thermacell Mosquito machine. I ordered it and the refills. Hopefully, the Thermacell machine will arrive next week. It will be in pink camo because that color was cheaper.
Greg White recommended an air compressor and it only took one day to arrive. Lucky for us, when I went to check out online, there was a $20 discount. What am I going to do with all this money we're saving?
The other project that didn't come out so well is done. I got out my pyrography stuff and tried to wood burn a sign. I understand that we need a sign to hang in the signpost forest.
I forgot everything that I learned at the Woodcarvers on Wheels event a couple of years ago. That's what I get for putting the stuff away and forgetting about it. Did you notice I posted the smallest size photo available. There's a reason.
That's it. We're still alive and doing well.