Yes, finally, the rv is fixed. It was a rainy day when we pulled into Tillamook RV Repair for the final installation of the newly made part. It took 3 months, not the fault of Tillamook RV but because the guy in Ohio who makes this little part dropped the ball. Anyway it's fixed now and time to move on.
There's a rainbow, it ment good luck was coming our way.
You can't see Morgan but he's under there putting it back together.
Spent a night in Eureka, CA to visit a friend of mine who was holding on to some of my things. These pictures are of his home/museum.
This is my old kitchen table that I gave him looking really good on his new kitchen floor.
The remains of our lunch are there, sorry. It was really nice to be able to sit on one of my chairs.
In the background you can see some of his Fiesta Ware collection.
He's having his collection appraised, wants to sell it.
He also is a gardner.
Moving on. We stopped in the Piercy, CA area to visit my friend Diane and to retrieve more things. So now our car is full of wonderful treasures.
We spent two nights in Willits, visiting friends and eating at our favorite restaurants. But while there it started to rain. We'd had enough rain in Oregon so on we went, to Ukiah. Cramming into two days what I had thought would take a week to accomplish.
Eat at the new In and Out in Ukiah.
And what do we have here? OMG they've started working on the Costco store in Ukiah.
We left on friday afternoon heading to the Santa Rosa fairgrounds, but they were all full of rvers whose homes burned last month so we kept going to Petaluma Elks lodge, where we dry camped, no hookups, for the night and at first light took off to Lost Hills, CA. We again dry camped there, parked on a side street. Left this morning at 6:19am and drove pretty hard so as to get through the Los Angeles area before traffic got bad. Made it to Morongo Casino by 11:30, not too bad. Took a break for lunch and give the kitties some outside time and moved on down the road to Salton Sea.
The beautiful Salton Sea.
We'll be home to our little home in Yuma by noon tomorrow. Lots to do there and looking forward to being there and out of the rv so I can get some things done on/to it.
We are well and glad to be back in the southwest, it is so relaxing here and warm too.
Evie and Joy + Bubba and Missy
A note: One of my friends mentioned to me that he wasn't able to leave a comment on the blog. I don't know what to do about that, it must be a blogger issue, which is a google program. I'm sorry if you're having troubles, unfortunately I don't know what to do about that.
That Missy, she won't hold still for a picture.