Where are we today ?Thanksgiving Day here in Canada and the first time in over 30 years have not got together with my kids. The scheduling did just not work out, it is what it is. We enjoyed Suzie's family yesterday and really don't mind at having a very quiet day to ourselves. This gave us a chance to actually talk, just the two of us discuss where, when and possible routes for heading south this winter.
So far we have a tentative plan heading directly south to Georgia, then the Florida Panhandle, through Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and Southern California. A nice leisurely drive, visiting some places we have been before and maybe even some new places. Stop here and there, no matter we should be in warmer climates and on the road travelling along, stay in some places for a few day or whatever, doing what we really enjoy. But then again those plans can change at any given time.
Today's weather is very warm in the high 60's F (20c) but overcast. So a few walkabouts the acreage, and along River road here. Read a bit here and there have been reading deprived lately. Fix a minor water leak by our water pump, top up our fresh water tank and just really enjoy a very nice day for this time of year.
|saw a squirrel again burying a partial cob of corn|
|a dreary day but warm enough to sit outside, read|
and putter around
|nice walks along river road|
|Our Weber Q 100 doing its thing|
Posted by George, a.k.a. "The Weber "Q" Man of Blogland" according to Rick Doyle.
Check out the map below to see where we have been this Summer.View Summer 2014 in a larger map