What does “quarantine” look like?

Technically, we are not under quarantine or even shelter in place, but I wanted to share what this time of mostly staying on our own property looks like.

First of all, LeRoy has a white board in the garage on which he has several to-do lists, one each for the RV, the property and the pickup. Now, it seems, that he is adding to them just so he can cross them off!

In the last couple weeks, he has recoated the flat roof on the garage and the top of the RV, which also included taking off all the rooftop covers, taping off the sides, painting and then reattaching all of the things he had removed. Earlier, he had moved a long, very heavy work table off the patio and into the garage. This week, he took a few boards loose and fashioned a way to put his saw at table top level and added lighting above it.

He also put together that enclosure to the right together. We now have a “bathroom” in the garage!

Yesterday, he washed the awning on the RV and lots of other things I don’t remember. Of course, it hasn’t all been work. Early mornings also include time for him in the hot tub, as well as time in the evening when I may or may not join him.

Take care, all our friends, and trust that God is still in control, no matter what you hear on TV and Facebook!

About 2010liberty

Retirement agrees with us! After traveling in our 40' Silver Eagle bus conversion, whose name was Liberty, since 2010, it was time for a change. Now we spend the winter in Yuma, AZ and travel during the spring, summer and fall setting the Pace!
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