Whew. It was hard going from two days at Lake Tahoe to getting up and pumping out RV tanks at 8:00 this morning. :)
What a transition from floating on that crystal clear water to talking about the Honey Wagon. Oh well. :)
On our third trip with the Honey Wagon, suddenly, the hose split near the business end. Randy works that end and quickly slammed shut the valve. Yuck. Randy's quick thinking kept that from being a huge mess.
I had Randy drop me off at the bathrooms so I could get those started while he went to repair the hose. I got the ladies' room finished and we resumed the pump-outs. By the time we got all the rigs done and the mens' room cleaned, it was 2:00.
That made for a short afternoon for us. I did some mowing, some wild sprig trimming, and some weed spraying. I also filled a propane tank on a motorhome - first time for that.
Linda had the late shift and it went fairly well. We had a reader arrive after I had gone home for the day. We had gotten an email from him, and I figured we had a couple days to meet. Unfortunately, they couldn't get their motorhome level in their site or the other one that was available and they left. Bummer.
Well, that's about all there is to tell. After having some really fast Wi-Fi the last couple of days, our slow Verizon internet is painful. When we have lots of pictures, it takes me forever to do the Journal entries. That's one of the reasons I haven't been taking any pictures on work days.
I can't wait to get our satellite internet back. It's not as fast as the Wi-Fi we had in Tahoe, but it's a lot faster than the service we have now. Maybe next time we have to do the Verizon tethering thing, we'll be in a much better, much faster service area. :)
Well, we're back in the work groove and we only have a month and a half to go. We've been working hard and we'll be ready for a break. :)