Now that's more like it! Aren't we a bunch of sissies! Thinking no one would be interested in what WE are doing, but just waiting for someone else to tell us about their exciting life!
Joella - whatever you guys drink - I want some! Where do you get your energy? I get swoonie just reading all you do! Wish I had your patience, too. I'm awful about staying committed for a whole month. But you got the job done! Good for you! Hope you do get to attend the flocking. I know a gal who rented a small "C" to attend campouts before she bought her rig. When Firestone smashed Flitter they suggested I rent one, but the thoughts of trying to remember everything I'd need and totally packing and unpacking the whole rig really put me off! I don't know about your area, but I didn't even know where I'd be able to rent an RV. But perhaps it's an option if they don't have cabins? Wish I were closer to you.
Sheila - I suspected Larry was sliding downhill fast because it wasn't unexpected, but I'm sure glad you found a different Hospice. I just thought they were all the same! You hear such glowing reports from folks. I know how hard this all is on you. And I also know how hard it is to decide what your future will be. Don't rush it. You will have so much to do that putting that on your shoulders right now probably isn't a good thing. Someday you will be mulling over all the possibilities and the answer will come. You'll do whatever is best for you. Right now you are focused on the today. Even by hour. Hang in there and take care of Sheila, too.
And the rest of you - let's try to post a line now and then. Just so we aren't all just waiting for the other gal to give us something to answer!
As for me - I went on an Amtrak Getaway tour last week. Not an RV trip, but it was a terrific vacation. Train up the coast of Calif to Monterey - dinner at Fishermen's Wharf, stayed overnight in a lovely motel with lots and lots of hanging flower baskets and a gorgeous room. Next day tour bus took us to pick up a vintage tourist train ride through the Redwoods to a place called Boardwalk. Just like Coney Island or other junky beach/amusement boardwalks. Remember the fun house laughing lady with the missing front tooth? She was there. Glad to see families bringing their kids to see a place we enjoyed as kids. Next another Amtrak train over the Sierras to Lake Tahoe. Stayed 2 nights at a casino/hotel and took the paddlewheeler boat tour of Lake Tahoe. Gorgeous weather the whole time. Had a ball!