2004 Gulf Stream Endura, 2006 Jeep Liberty, 2006 Suzuki Burgman, Woodstock, Ontario. Boondocking below, just outside Borrego Springs, California!
Friday, December 21, 2012
It seems we survived!
Well if you are able to read this blog tonight, you probably have figured out by now, that "Armagedan" did not really occur today. Florida seemed to have survived, although today was the coldest day that we have had to endure here so far. It got down into the high 40's, but only for a wee bit, and spent most of the time around 59 deg. F.
I think that a lot of people have confused the Mayan Callender with the Oreo Cookie, and maybe that is where all the confustion has come from. The cookies probably taste a lot better than that callender anyways.
We have Tom and Cheryl flying down to Orlando on Sunday night, so it was no surprise to me, to see our temperatures dive today in preparation of their arrival! This just seems to be the case each year! I also might be a sign that today is the Winter Solstice.
Something about this being the shortest in daylight hours, and it only goes uphill from here, so maybe things will turn around by Sunday when we pick them up at the airport!
Not much happened around here today, just enjoying retirement, and a bit of work preparing our motorcycle trailer, as we are going to bring it on our up coming trip. I did get out on the motorcycle today, to test out that new helmet I had on in last night's blog... it works great... quiter than my previous helmet, as it is better designed, with a better wind shield on it! Looking forward to using it more!