Drop the dirt stranger or I’ll pull the trigger!
We did it. We went back yesterday and we bought the pressure washer. I know it doesn’t make any sense but just having it makes me feel safer. As you know I’m Canadian and we
Canadians don’t pack weapons so now with the pressure washer if we are confronted by law breaking hooligans I’ll be able to surprise them with my new tool and if nothing else I’ll be able to wash that dirty smirk off their face.
I would also like to report that we have two very clean bicycles and our Weber hasn’t looked this good since the day we got it. I haven’t tackled the car or coach yet, they have rules in this park about washing vehicles.
When we were talking about the little town of Magnolia the other day I neglected to say that the town folk are certainly friendly. While downtown yesterday we wandered through a couple of the shops including the Sunflower grocery store. It’s certainly obvious that everybody knows everybody here and they love to welcome strangers. While we’re talking about Sunflower, I should point out that Marilyn loved the cleanliness and selection of this small town grocery store.
We had a busy day yesterday.
Not only did we go town and play with our pressure washer, Marilyn gave our fur babies a new hair cut and we put up our Wenzel.
Of course that called for a cold beer in the room to celebrate. We followed up with dinner and then the entire evening watching the sunset and enjoying our fire.
“The deep roots never doubt spring will come.” -Marty Rubin
Good night everyone. Sleep tight.