Gas Stations of History:
Some were unique, this one using a war surplus bomber.
For Monday’s stuff:
Well today Sherry again is meeting with some of her old classmates, lifelong friends and a few new ones. They try to keep that ‘social distance’ but seldom succeed. That is a high light of her week. When we are gone over the winter she misses it. On our trips she sometimes calls and they pass the phone around here at Hardees to talk some.
It is hard for me to wrap my mind around the fact that folks that are not kin have known each other and stayed in contact for 70 to 80 years.
I promised not to get snake-bit or have an accident that would interrupt her meeting today.
I am working here at home. I have somethings that need to be done to the coach and generator before this next long run so I am trying to get them out of the way before the end of the week. I do think I have become sort of a recluse, my hearing doesn’t do good in crowds with conversations coming from 2-3 directions LOL.
Anyway, I am anxious to get on the road and want the coach to be in top condition before we head out. Y’all be safe.
We actually hope to visit there if we get the okay. If you watch the news here or on TV you would think The entire Portland area is under siege. I compare that to the riots we once had in the USA. I was in the Mediterranean at the time and even with the news (Armed Forces Radio) fed to the ship, you would think the entire USA was burning. There were no cell phones nor had internet then and we had to wait on snail mail. Arrival time was a week or two behind, to learn that in our home town nothing was different.
The media can somehow alter reality.
BUT, BUT I want to close with this photo. Joshua just snt this to me. It is from the family get together. My first time to hold Oliver Jack, the latest of the great grands. of course he is such a pleasant baby.