For many years we would celebrate Thanksgiving. A big dinner here in Monterrey or we would meet friends in South Padre Island for a weekend and fix a big spread and hang out on the windy and cold beach. As the years passed and so did many of our family and friends the get togethers seemed to be less and less. Then the rv came along and were usually gone for the four days and at one time our first two rvs (Trailmanors) had ovens. We would stuff a chicken and have all the fixings wherever we were. This year I got up, went to the gym and off to a meeting when I heard on the radio that it was a holiday in the U.S. I had thought about it the previous weekend and then Thursday was like any other day.
Later that day when I had a chance to read FaceBook I could see all of the greetings and wishes that people had posted. I didn't see much of dinners though. Family in Cincinnati posted a picture on FB of the great-nieces and nephews most of which are in college or finishing high school. One of my great nephews, Cameron, was named 3rd Division Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association.
That's Cameron on the far right.
Another great-nephew, Bryson, is First Team All Southwest Ohio
I did some work on the rv this weekend. I don't want to wait until the last week to get things going only to find out that something isn't working. Well, I found one. The antenna wasn't working. I had fixed the cable when I was in San Miguel de Allende over the summer. It didn't last and I climbed up on the roof to fix it again. Now, the darn amplifier won't work. The LED flickered off and on and then quit. I hate those things and I've never had one that worked worth a S@$#. I just want to watch the news when we do have a signal. It's always something.
The roof looks great since we trimmed back the trees this year. I want to wash the rv this week and wanted to see what needed to be caulked if anything. Super clean and I did find some opportunity spots. I found a couple of screws that hold the awning in place and they are hidden underneath. Never seen a drop of caulk. Some other minor parts that could use a dab here or there. The LEDs I purchased work so well I may go back this week and pick up a couple of more.
Friends Sharon and Bill who are fulltimers in their Lazy Days Class C, have purchased a home in Nayarit. They've just started to do some updates. They are birders and always have some great pictures to post. Check out their blog The Odd Essay Looks like they'll be spending winters here in Mexico. We met them years back in Veracruz when we used to stay on the coast.