50 deg. overcast, no wind.
Forecast = Clear. High of 81F. Winds from the WNW at 5 to 10 mph.
Not much happening. Linda has been doing some laundry the last few days, Jim has been out and about talking to whoever he could find to talk to, ; ) and in between, there's been naps, sitting and watching the fishermen on the lake, and kicking back. : ) Then, yesterday, they headed to a Sentry Grocery Store that's about 2 miles from here to restock some of the food they've eaten since the last shopping trip.
You know, just doing stuff.
Wednesday evening, Jim cooked some burgers on the grill while Linda put together salads and a vegetable inside. Then, last night, they both decided that they wanted breakfast for dinner, so they headed back to the Marine Grill and had eggs, sausage and potatoes.
The weather here has been just great. It gets down into the 50's at night and warms up into the 70's during the day, with a nice breeze blowing. And, for today, they're forecasting temps in the 80's!!!!
Today, we'll be leaving here and heading West to US 101. Once on 101, we'll head North, but for how far, is any one's guess. Jim has researched RV parks all along the route and when he or Linda decide they want to stop, we'll stop at the nearest CG that can accommodate me.
Ahhh!!!! This full-timing thing is really nice. ; )
Did you know that Clear Lake is believed to be one of the oldest lakes in North America, due to a geological fluke? The lake sits on a huge block of stone which slowly tilts in the northern direction at the same rate as the lake fills in with sediment, thus keeping the water at roughly the same depth. Core samples of the lake's sediments, taken by U.S. Geological Survey geologists in 1973 and 1980, indicate that the lake is at least 480,000 years old.
Oh, in case you don't hear from me for a couple days, don't worry. I understand that AT&T doesn't have many towers out along the coast, so unless I can get wi-fi at a CG I probably won't be able to post. : (