Good morning. Can you believe it is 67 right now. The high for the day was 68. We’ve already hit our high and the temps are going to be dropping all day. By dinner it will be 10 degrees cooler. The bad part is we are supposed to have thunderstorms all day. The humidity is still very high, but for the first time there is no wind.
The fog is very thick, with visibility only a few feet. We woke up to hearing the blare of the ships horn, one prolonged blast every 2 minutes, which means low or restricted visibility. We don’t mind hearing the ships sound off during the daytime, but at night it isn’t soothing.
We were awoken in the middle of the night by the fire alarm going off. No good reason why, just went off. We had to take the battery out. The last time it did that a bug had gotten in it and set it off. Clyde found no bug last night. Maybe it needs a new battery. It shouldn’t, but we will test that theory today. Anyway, why do weird things like that have to happen in the middle of the night.
Day 80. I spent a good portion of my day going through my beads; sorting and organizing them. I read online articles on the craft to familiarize myself with the terminology, types of beads and the different techniques of beading. I found a couple of tutorials on the different types of beading stitches that I would like to print out. Unlike when you live in a sticks and bricks home and have the printer always out and ready to receive your request to print, I need to get my printer out of hiding and ready it to print. It’s not a big deal, I just want to make sure I print everything I want at one time and not have to keep getting it out. And, yes, I enjoyed every minute “playing”.
The sun was out for a while and the warm temperature made it perfect for a walk. We walked along the beach and the fishing area where many had their lines in the water. The park has a statue commemorating the fishermen and sailors that went out to sea and never returned. Plaques with each of their names are affixed to the statue. We can see the statue from our motorhome window.
It was a good day. Loving the lifestyle.
Until next time,