There are about 10 rigs here. There are also 2 groups in tents with children. Remember there are no facilities. Are these children attending school?
Snyder Hill is what they call the butte behind the rig. Last year we climbed that hill. We hope to do it again. First I must get over this cough.
Doug has a few projects to do while we are here. Our last day in Yuma we bought the lids for the roof vents. The lids were deteriorating. Sure enough when we arrived, the vent over the living room was lidless. It had blown off somewhere on the trip over from Yuma. Today Doug replaced the two vent lids and did quite a bit of maintenance on our Fantastic Fan in the bathroom.
I could not lay down without hacking all night. I spent a few nights bundled up in our recliner.
During this time, we had a lot of wind, both at Pilot Knob and at Cocopah Casino. A lot of dust blew into the rig. Could it be allergies? Doug thought it might be so he ripped the carpet out of our rig. (he had been threatening this for a while. This was his excuse.) Luckily there was linoleum under the carpet. Oh, the dust, incredible. We vacuumed, swept, and vacuumed some more. All the furniture had to be dusted and dusted some more.
We purchased an area carpet at the Yuma Outdoor Market and are very pleased with the change. Before and after pictures but we have to put down the trim and we are purchasing a new recliner. Due to the pattern in the carpet, I have to "unbusy" some of the accessories to balance the Feng Shui.
|AFTER - I am very pleased with the added linoleum in the kitchen area|