When we went on the road, we brought Little Cow along. She first sat on top of the cabinets again but mooed too often. Whenever the sun, and we had a lot of that, hit her, she mooed. Little Cow is now in the overhead cupboard above the dining room table. She entertains guests when we reach for a napkin or a wine glass. Sometimes, Little Cow moos just because the sun touches the cupboard.
Here we are in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia. We call it the Lower Mainland because the
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It has been cold. At night the temperature dips to -10 C or about 14 F. We have been doing our best to stay warm and to keep hoses from freezing. The furnace runs nearly all day. We have used a propane tank since we got here. That's five days worth or about $25.00 worth. A tank of propane would last us more than a month in Arizona. Last night we had the cold water line to the bathroom freeze but it thawed by lunch time. We do not have our water line attached, rather we fill the tank manually daily. We air out the cupboards daily to prevent condensation and therefore, mold. According to the weather forecast, we have had the worse of it. Come on spring.
|An icicle on the corner of the rig.|