There are things that ease my mind and let me relax: Being outdoors, isolated water falls, beautiful streams and camp fires.
The weather is conducive to being outside, so Sherry was outside doing her Bible reading. (Taken from my computer seat here inside)
We are fortunate here because when we are at our home base or some parks we do not get to have a fire. Fortunately here the risk of wild fire is low this season so we can have one.
While in Las Vegas cousin Howard Dewey gave us a stack of RV related magazines, now months later we have time to sit and go thru them. The stack is on the table.
The above shot is a practice shot with a delayed timed shot on our old camera.
Sherry prepared our favorite Campfire snack, Hot Chocolate and pop corn. Now this is the life. This is one of the reasons we are on-the-road, not a care, open air and good company.
Speaking of good company the neighbor walked over. Explaining he is a farmer from Indiana here to see his Grand daughter graduate from Basic training at Fort Jackson then trans port her to the next duty station at Ft. Lee Virginia.
He was quite the talker. Farms 1250 acres in Indiana but lives about fifty yards inside Ohio. I mentioned silo’s because I was surprised at the type of Silo my friend Kenneth Conrad had in Missouri. Being from NC the only Silo I had ever seen was standing tall, white and round.
He explained how they mixed corn, alfalfa and molasses. That brought up Paula and John. Paula was the first I ever heard mention using molasses as cattle feed, I always thought that was HUMAN (boy’s food! ). Lucy disagrees with that a bunch!
Anyway we passed a pleasant evening with a visit and a great campfire. Life is indeed good.
Thanks for coming to Fort Jackson with us.
We are expecting the base chaplain over tonight to talk about RV life. We met on the internet and am looking forward to seeing him. The only other Chaplain I have met in a friendly, visiting way is Mixon, Ora’s hubby. He and She are very nice and pleasant folk.
Fun vehicles, I forgot about Shirl’s dune buggy!