Marilyn finished her “mountain lake scene” cross stitch project today.
I’m posting a picture of it to share with you dear readers. She has been working on that project for nearly a year and a half and is happy to be finished. Now we’ll get it framed and try to find a location for it, so we can have it in the RV.
We corresponded with friends, Bob & Janet and Jesse & Ginger, via email and FB Chat this morning, and we look forward to seeing them soon.
We have talked about a “Plan B” routing for our return to Hannibal. It would add miles of driving but allow us to visit with old friends along the way.
Of course that would require us to leave Mountaindale earlier than originally planned so that we would arrive in Hannibal on the same date as previously planned.
No matter which way we decide to travel, the planning is always fun and a good subject for conversation over our morning coffee.
We’ll make a decision in the next few days.
The anticipation of our travels over the next few months have us excited, too.
Getting back to Hannibal to see our family and friends is always a joy, and we can hardly wait to see those grandkids.
I’m looking forward to leading tours of the cave again and our time in Hannibal will pass quickly for sure.
Then we’ll be leaving for the RGV, traveling to Memphis, TN, then to Jackson, MS and on to New Orleans for a couple of days.
Abbeville, LA and the fun at Betty’s RV Park follows that, and then we’ll be back in Texas, maybe staying overnight in Victoria for one night before heading on to Mission, Texas and our winter home at Retama Village.
Many friends will be nearby and the fun will begin.
As they say in the Big Easy, “Let the good times roll.”
Marilyn & I both went outdoors to read for awhile. It was another of those wonderful days here. Deep blue sky dotted with cauliflower looking cumulus clouds over the mountains.
When you combine the deep blue, almost blinding, pure, white, and the green of the mountains, it is just awesome.
Life is Good!