Changes

Not all changes are readily visible, but are very welcome anyway. One of those is that LeRoy’s hot tub is fully functional, not just warm! There are jets and a light and hot water, except that it’s REALLY hot, not the 104 degrees that we consider optimal. LeRoy is never one to shy away from a challenge and he had to plumb in a different control unit this week and get it wired in. Now he’s searching the instructions for a way to actually lower the temperature, not just change what it says it’s set to be. I’m sure there will be more on that front in days to come.

The inside of the 5th wheel is coming along. All the cabinet doors are off and stored in the garage room until we are ready to paint them. LeRoy has the subfloor under the stool made sturdy again and ready for the new stool as soon as flooring is in. And we have a bed frame to put in place when we’re finished. Marketplace to the rescue again!

This week, though, we have company coming. The first few years we lived in Liberty, we caught up with family members we hadn’t seen in years or at least we didn’t see them often. One year on our way home from Arizona, we traveled to south Texas to meet up with LeRoy’s cousins Rodney and Georgia Sayers. They were our examples for choosing the full time lifestyle, since they lived full time in an RV for about 17 years before health challenges made them hang up the keys. Georgia has since passed away, but Rodney is still in Texas. This week, their son Rodney (we knew him as R.L. growing up) and his wife Rosemary are bringing their 5th wheel to visit us! They are about as much younger than we are as his parents were older than we are. We’re excited to show them our Yuma. In a couple more weeks, my nephew Jim Walter and his wife Nancy are planning to come see us, too. They were here a couple of years ago and we tried to talk them into buying a place in our neighborhood. Maybe this time!

You never know what we’ll have to tell the next time! Stay tuned!

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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