This afternoon I went to the Cedar Breaks campground at Lake Georgetown to visit Patricia Baxter and to see her new-to-her Trek Safari motorhome. It is very nice. She definitely has more room for her crafting supplies.
She has a new Yorkie named Shasta, which she rescued to avoid euthanasia. Now Sam has a playmate. They are about the same size.
Patricia is staying out there for a few days while she ties up the loose ends of her affairs in Austin. Then she’ll head to her place in the mountains of New Mexico. She is parked in one of the best sites in the campground, where she has lovely views in three directions.
We had dinner at a relatively new restaurant in Georgetown, Mama Fu’s Asian House. The food was good and the waitress very attentive. Today was her second day on the job. After dinner I visited a little while longer so I could get some sunset photos.
On the way home, Sweet Pea was about to faint from hunger. On the way to Georgetown I had noticed that it had not quite a quarter tank and had intended to refuel before leaving Georgetown; but it slipped my mind. By the time I had reached Austin, the tank was so low that the warning sign started flashing. That’s the closest I’ve ever come to running out of fuel. Night time is not a convenient time for such a thing!