Ed & Marilyn 'The Happy Wanderers' travel blog









We were up early, to say “So Long” to Heinz & Irene.

Bob & Janet joined us to walk down the street to Heinz & Irene’s.

We all stood in the street, not wanting to bother our friends as they made last minute preparations to leave.

Finally, they were ready to go, but took time for a few pictures.

We exchanged hugs and wished them safe travels, then waved a sad farewell as they pulled out and headed away from the small group.

They are off to see more new parts of this beautiful country and experience new adventures.

Marilyn & I took off to have breakfast at Jose’s Cafecita, where we enjoyed our favorite, Huevos Rancheros.

Then we headed to Wal-Mart to pick up a few items to take home for the Grandkids.

We had one more stop to make and that meant a trip to the Mall.


We found the store we were looking for but they were out of the items we wanted to purchase for Jennifer & Steve.

We’ll have to go back tomorrow. Sigh…

Back at the RV Marilyn decided to wash and dry our throw rugs. She took the truck and drove to the resort laundry, returning not long after she left.

By this time the sun had replaced the clouds covering the sky, giving Marilyn the perfect reason to go back outside to sit in her lounge chair and read her book.

In the afternoon I cooked a dish that I like. I began by cutting up some onions to sauté, then sliced potatoes, added some frozen green peas, and cooked it all together.

I also fried some pepper bacon, poured off the grease, then crumbled the bacon and mixed it in with the rest of the ingredients.

It was pretty good but I need to make it a bit more moist.

We shared Happy Hour with Bob & Janet today. Our group has grown smaller and smaller as friends leave, heading off to new destinations.

In fact the main subject talked about at our happy hour today was things to see and do when we travel to Colorado and later to Arizona.

For sure, we know that Life is Good!

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