We're on the base and I heard the Reveille at 6am. I thought 8:00 was bad, now I hear the 6am song, but luckily it's a long way away and I went right back to sleep. It's still cloudy but no rain. The sun did come out for a couple hours. The winds are chilly with the temperature at 60.
We had good practice through the winter on our tank usage and learning how long we can go without dumping. We're getting a real test now since we don't have the dump at the site. We'll have to pack up and move across the park to dump then come back. When we come back it's not going to be at the site we have now. Jim checked the area today and found the water and electric is on the other side of the rig, and it's quite a distance. The water hose should reach, but the electric won't. We'll be getting an extension from the base recreation office.
At least when we move we'll be right across from the bathhouse.
Other pictures of what's around us in the park
Part of Scott Lake
The dump station
We still have the rest Scott lake to walk around, but it's just too wet and the grass is too high. The maintenance men were around today mowing, but didn't get it all mowed today.
We went to the BX (Base Exchange) to get a two-slice toaster. We have a combination toaster oven and toaster but find it's too big and I don't use the oven part of it. While we were out on the base, we checked what's been added to the area. We lived here 12 years, and left in 1994, but so much has changed it was hard finding our way around.
We didn't do much the rest of the day. I'm trying to label all the pictures on my PC, which is a job that will last a few years at the rate I'm doing it. I'll have a handle on finding them if I have a "tag" of some kind. I also have duplicates of pictures in different folders. I never took time to name them, but it helps when you want to find a picture of something important.
Tomorrow we'll be with the kids. It's nice not having to do anything special to do.