Home at last!

There have been some changes since Mark and Mom and I left Door County last fall, and I’m not just talking about COVID-19. It did feel weird to talk with my neighbor across the street and her yard from her, but that is perfectly understandable. There are other things that aren’t quite so easy. But first…

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From Marshalltown, IA

I slept in until after 10:00 this morning. Mark had to come in and wake me up. He said I slept through a doozy of a storm last night with lightning that lit up the whole bedroom and crashing thunder. I didn’t hear a thing. When we go west, we gain two hours, but when we go east, we lose two hours. Add that to the late nights I’ve been keeping, and you can understand why I was so tired yesterday and last night.

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From Durango, CO

Yesterday, Mark was trying to steer between traffic cones in a construction area and he hit several of them on the passenger side of the RV. He was driving in between the rows and couldn’t figure out how he was hitting them. We figured it out this morning, but more on that in a moment.

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