I’ve finally made it through my backlog of emails … and come across something rather special and unexpected.
Financially speaking, we are doing this on a shoestring. Even our shoestrings have shoestrings, and some of you have very wonderfully contacted me and offered to help ease the shoestring shortfall.
We’ve talked it over and decided to accept these true-hearted gifts.
So, if anyone wants to, it can go through my paypal account. The email address to use is … widdershinsfirst (at) gmail (dot) com.
All amounts large or small, one-offs or regular sendings, will be received with love and spent wisely.
Now, on with the Adventure …
First an ‘around-the-world’ video of the mountains surrounding us.
This one’s for Meeks … Just a bit of a look at where we’re staying at the moment.
But it does get a bit chilly after sunset, or if the sun disappears behind the sort of lowering clouds that love to hang around mountain peaks, and we had a bit of drama the other night. Apparently there was a late-night problem with the water, and the campground hosts disconnected the water from all the RV’s on our bit of the watermain.
We didn’t hear a thing but as I went to do that first flush of the morning, as one does … oops no water.
After a hurried perusal, we discovered the disconnected hose and the ice therein.
We had a lovely chat with the campground owner, (** waves to ‘P’**) who informed us that because all the other Seasons have been hiding behind Winter for far too long, the snowpack is about 150% more than it usually is. The rain that falls here is snow a hundred meters or so higher up. It makes for some very dramatic panoramas.
We are as snug as can be in our little be-wheeled home. Teas and coffees are being sipped and a soup is in the slow-cooker. All is well in our world. I hope it is in yours too.