Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Staying put

Well, we blew off another day, doing a lot of nothing.

Sasha saves her energy in case something exciting happens

We woke up to rain, as expected.  It has been quite warm and muggy before the storm that is moving across the country, threatening to ruin lots of people's Thanksgivings.   (my my, that was quite a sentence!)   As is our prerogative, by virtue of being RV'rs, we've changed our plans a bit.    Some people label RV'rs plans as being "written in pencil" , or "jello" plans because we're usually free enough to make changes at the drop of a hat.   Weather looks bad tomorrow, change our departure plans.   Weather looks nice tomorrow, change our plans.  Missed a restaurant we wanted to hit, change our plans.   New found trail to follow, change our plans.   Friends nearby, change our plans to include them.  You get the idea.   So....after tornado warnings tonight and high wind warnings for tomorrow, we've decided to stay put in our cozy sheltered spot until Friday.     Our site is promised to someone else, but we can just move one site over so easy peasey.

Besides, we have cable TV here and I don't want to miss the Thanksgiving Parade and the National Dog Show on Thursday.   Its tradition!    Speaking of traditions on  TV, we're about to watch Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer with Burl Ives.    I know, I know, I'm showing my age.

One more tiny change of plans, a sweet change.    We've decided to have LuLi's cupcakes for Thanksgiving desert instead of pumpkin pie!    Oh what daring devils we are here in Beluga....

the storm approaches


  1. Hope the storms don't hit too hard over your way! We had rain last night but very little today. More rain is due tonight. This is wrecking havoc on our recorded shows!!

    Sasha just looks too adorable...keeping eyes slightly open so as not to miss anything while totally relaxing. Love the head on the pillow!

  2. Good for you! And cupcakes for Thanksgiving desert sounds yummy!
    Sasha and I had the same kind of day today! What a sweet pup she is!

  3. Be safe in that dare devils.

    Happy Thanksgiving.

  4. What a wonderful life!

  5. Mmmmmmmmmmm. Cupcakes. I do love me some cupcakes!

  6. Well, your hometown got hit with this storm. About a foot of heavy wet snow .....shovel, shovel, shovel. Rest. Shovel some more! BUT wind! So....NO DRIFTS. Yeahhh!!

    You guys are an interesting mix of tradition and daredevil choices (within reason!)

    Have a Happy Thanksgiving ....we all have much to be grateful for. Love you.