Thursday, October 4, 2012

Visitor from Canada

A cold front from Canada dropped down to visit us last night.  It was 27 F at 5:30 this morning.  Brrrr!  OK.  This is what I wanted to get away from.  It is October 3rd and it is freezing already.  At least it did not snow here like it did in North Dakota this morning.  We ran the heater all night with the thermostat set about 65 degrees.  I guess our propane expenses will be going up until we get to So. Calif. in November.

Fortunately, Rosie continues to recover from her injuries.  Broken ribs take a long time to heal, but she is feeling much better since we found the proper balance between foods and medication.  She is walking around the camper and wants to go for a walk outside this afternoon.  Since she is a remarkably healthy person to begin with, and has a high tolerance for pain, we hope she will be ready to travel in a couple of weeks.  Only time will tell.

Welcome to a bunch of new followers to our blog.  I will try to write more, but sitting here waiting until we can leave is not the most exciting topic in the world.  I need to take lessons from RV Sue and Nick Russell.  They write something every day and they say something interesting every day.  It takes a very creative mind, which I seem to be lacking.  Sigh.

Thanks for stopping by.

4 comments:

Laurie and George said...

We are heading to Minnesota, but the southern portion, then to South Dakota. We saw some 'blue' on the radar in North Dakota, and got a bit nervous :) It's supposed to be 23 degrees tomorrow night in MN, so we'll not hook up the hose!

Tammy Fletcher said...

I am new to your blog, and am so sorry to hear about your wife's accident. I hope she continues to recover and heals quickly so you can travel soon. take care

Anonymous said...

You are such a blessing! What a wonderful surprise to have you both stop by the other nite & to see your smiling faces. You are truly an answer to prayer & we will continue to lift you up to Him to heal you completely so you can resume your active lifestyle & travels (though we will miss you). Rosie, you are a miracle & Jim you are taking good care of your bride. Thanx so much for the gift of sharing in your good news. Thanx for the "air hugs"! You are so precious! julie & Gary

Cj Cozygirl said...

Just catching up with your blog...sorry to hear of the accident. Hoping for a speedy recovery...so thankful for my mate and I can tell she has an wonderful one as well! I will be following along...