I’ve been working hard to finish the new issue of the paper, and if all goes well I should be able to finish it today. Then Miss Terry will proof it and I’ll upload it to our printer’s web server back in Michigan. It will be nice to have it out of the way so we can get back to playing.
Somebody asked me the other day if I ever get tired of working so hard. But it’s not work to me. I’m one of those very fortunate people who gets to make my living doing something I’d be happy to do for free. It takes me about a week to put an issue together, so even if it was work, that means I’d only have to work six weeks a year. That’s a pretty good gig if you ask me!
We did take a couple of breaks yesterday, once to run into Ocean Shores to send out some orders that came in, and to stop at the small IGA grocery store. It being a Friday afternoon, the place was a madhouse of locals and weekenders, with traffic jams of shopping carts and people in the aisles. We were glad to get what we needed and get out of there.
In the early evening, after a delicious dinner of garlic anchovy aioli, we decided to go for a walk on the beach. It was gray and foggy, with a heavy mist in the air and visibility was down to about 100 feet at most. And since nobody else was foolish enough to be out there, it was like we were the last two people in the world, walking in a giant gray cocoon. Those are the kind of memories you keep forever. I told Terry it would be the perfect setting for a mystery story. I just may have to write one about it.
On another note, RV News Service has announced that nearly three million RV door locks manufactured between January 2006 and April 2013 have been recalled. Check the link for more information and to see if your RV might be included.
We leave here Tuesday for the Long Beach Thousand Trails preserve, which we’re looking forward to, except for the terrible Verizon internet service there. But the Long Beach Peninsula is one of our favorite places, and we’ll be there for the World Kite Festival. I hope the weather clears up and the clouds go away so we can see them!
Thought For The Day – An ounce of loyalty is worth a pound of cleverness.