Once again today I was scheduled for the early tour. This time it was seventh grade students and they were……shall we say “enthusiastic” with constant chatter throughout the tour. That made it difficult to give a proper tour and I can’t say that I did a good job. One additional factor was that we had 37 people on the tour so there was no way that the ones in the back could hear anything. In any case I assume they enjoyed simply being out of school for the day.
I returned home, changed my shirt, ate a small lunch, and then relaxed for a while inspecting the inside of my eyelids. Later in the afternoon I went out to get some work done in preparing to leave on Sunday. One of the side effects of my cancer treatment, I have to stop to rest frequently so Marilyn came out and joined me sitting in the sunshine. I did manage to complete my labor so we are very close to being ready to go.
I have to drive out to the farm tomorrow to unload some items from the truck. Marilyn will drive the car as she is watching the grandkids while they are out of school for a day.
I do have to be back to lead another tour of the cave and that will be my last tour at least until next spring.
Our friends Denny & Jackie arrived today. They are staying in another park but we will be traveling together when we leave on Sunday. That will be fun!
So one more day in the life of full-time RV folks drifts softly to a close and all I have to say is that Life is Good!