Monday, September 14
It must have been another day in paradise. Darn if we can recall what we did during the day. We had a fine campfire with Jim & Mary of Beaumont, Gary and Sukie of El Paso and Pat and Buddy of Livingston. Texans all.
We finally found the TH for the Rim Trail. The access road is totally unmarked. Sadly you have to hike 2.3 miles to get “ on top” of the rim. So the RT from the TH to the top is a little over our max range. In the evening, at another campfire, the folks in the SOB’s told us about all the problems they had with their rigs. We offered them our condolences and went back and kissed KoKo.
We said goodbye to Kate & Terry. Don took out the new water pump, which died and then reinstalled the old one. He can now do this in an hour and no blood. We had a fine halibut dinner with Chris and Pat in their LD. It was good to put faces with email personna’s.
110% clouds with rain. An ideal day to drive to Santa Fe, do our marketing and then drive out to 110% clouds with rain. An ideal day to drive to Santa Fe, do our marketing and then drive out to Cochiti. At 5, it’s still overcast, but is supposed to clear. We have TV! - the first time in six weeks.
Our laptop died.
Today we went to Dixon’s Apple Orchard, which took 45 minutes to go one mile. Just goes to show that their apples are delicious. We bought them two years ago, so planned our return trip home around this event. Our favorite are the champagne apples. We got enough to share with family and friends.