If our trip wasn't in the offing, we would have joined you. We didn't even get to see the sunset from home tonight. Now that the schedule has more-or-less firmed up I've been on the land-line arranging times and places. From this perspective it looks like we'll be in S.E. Washington around the first of August and we'll be counting pennies to see how far else we can travel. If we've depleted the bankroll too much, or the contractors are finally becoming anxious, we'll take a leasurely meander down the coast through the redwoods. If Heidi finds out she must spend her pregnancy in bed like last time, then our pace might have to accelerate a bit. Only the Lord knows how things will work out, but we'd still like to head for Oklahoma and points East and South.
The vehicles did not get scrubbed today so you probably stayed dry.
Do you think the thunder-boomers were too much for all the other campers? Maybe they all needed to be back at work today. There was a long line of cars heading up the mountain around noon as we headed down. Your guess is as good as mine as to their destinations.
Soak up as much of that empty campground atmosphere as possible...probably a once-in-a-lifetime occurence.
(this crazy banana has quit dancing again)
I haven't smelled the ozone (electrical odor)in the air for long time, as I recall it kind of makes the hair on the back of the neck stand up. Definately a peculiar sensation---maybe that contributed to the early departure of the other campers?
Hope the pollen clears so it becomes easier to breath. It would be a shame to waste all that wide open space
& Ann K.