TARANTULA'S SIZE COMPARED TO MY CAMERA'S LENS CAP
Despite Kelly's ankle still being swollen, the pain has eased off considerably & she is now walking without JoAnn's cane. We'll just have to back off the strenuous hikes for a bit until her ankle returns to normal. She's able to drive the car ok & we did get a short doggy walk in this morning.
We had a quarter tank of propane left & about half a quarter tank of water so I slipped up on the roof this morning, put the solar panels down, & we headed into town to replenish some tanks & empty some others.
Forty minutes later we were back in our spot in the desert setting up again. Kelly slipped back into town later for some groceries & ended up finding her own adjustable cane at the Frugal Coyote for $3.
The rest of the day was spent outside lazing around reading & doing just about the total square root of nothing. A good day for resting Kelly's ankle.
We have Sirius satellite radio here in the motorhome so we have music playing all day long just like at home. Channel 073 The Spa plays ambient music & William Ackerman, my favorite acoustical guitar player is on a lot. His early album, Passage, is one of my all time favorites. http://www.williamackerman.com/
For those of you who have Sirius satellite radio, you probably have noticed the little dog emblem on the radio & in the literature. Sirius (the dog star) is a very bright star right now below the unmistakable constellation, Orion. (The Hunter) It is in the constellation, Canis Major. Sirius is one of Orion's hunting dogs.
You probably notice I don't have much to put in the blog to-night so on that note I'll turf myself out of the computer chair & take myself for a nice moonlit walk in the desert......................
No photos for the album to-night.
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