West Center Street, Anaheim, CA. 1887, Where Disney Land lives today!
We are back in Orlando. We left the 1/10 Acre farm over in Deltona. I was a little shocked that one slide-out on the motor home would not seat properly. I went outside and Sherry let it back out and a ton of ice about ½” thick fell of the top before it settled in. I was a little surprised.
My veggie crop looked a little helpless. I gathered the green crop (one 2” tomato) to let it ripen. I think the banana trees are gone and I think the pineapple crop is lost too. So much for my truck farming. LOL
Before leaving I found one of my lizards, George I think, I picked him up to ask if he wanted to go to Orlando, he said, “#^^*^&*= &$*> *&^ &*?” which I interpreted to mean, “SSSSure, that is south, right?” George cannot move fast when he is cold or I could not have picked him up. So I warmed him up, he smiled and I put him back in the compartment.
We are here to meet Dallas and Marion. He says we met in 1956, but not true! I was in diapers then. Anyway they got caught in Lisa’s “Eclipse bomb or Bombogenesis (I had never seen the term until yesterday!). No matter they wuzant here. When Sherry talked to them yesterday they were stranded in SC on I-95 going 20 mph. That is tough on Dallas he has driven race cars.
They arrived today in spite of the snow, ice and the boon doggle thing, plus the road construction in Orlando. Dallas is here and Marion looks great, LOL. With over a thousand sites here, they are about the same distance away as when we were young marrieds. We are neighbors again.
If I am not mistaken that RV is a little bigger than the one they started house keeping in 1956!
Sherry rewarded them for their efforts with Lasagna for supper (or lunch, or dinner). LOL
Oh yeah, I received an e-mail from Lisa attaching an article telling of Iguanas freezing and falling out of trees down near Miami. Cold affects reptiles that is for sure.