Friday, March 17, 2017

A bit of green for us!

Salinas/Monterey KOA
Prunedale, CA

It was nice to wake up this morning
with some green in our bank account.
Oh yeah, perfect for St. Patrick's Day!

We both have been getting lots done in the park.
One day I went with George and cleaned up
the playground, but was so busy I didn't take pictures.

George and another workamper, Dennis,
worked on fixing the lights down at the entrance.



I got to go up in the attic above the office
and finish organizing Christmas decorations
and old records that are ready to be shredded.

We drove up to Morgan Hill after our shift
on Saturday and met up with Greg & Connie.
Of course we went out to eat,
and Connie and I drove up to Anderson Dam.

All the reservoirs around this area are filled to capacity.
They're having to release water to relieve the pressure on the dams.





It's pretty impressive!
The roar of the water was loud!

I did some cleaning up of our site too..


There is a nice rosebush that will
have some nice buds soon.
We've seen a family of lizards sunning themselves.


We're enjoying being back to work,
and earning some 'green'.
Mom took her car back the other day,
as our schedule prevents us from
being able to take her around to appointments.
She's doing just fine without us though :-)

Word is the new RV will be up north next week,
so maybe we'll have a new home soon!

5 comments:

  1. Glad someone has some green in their bank accounts....we sure don't. I know you're anxious for your new home. Can't wait to see more pics!

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  2. Very nice pictures Laurie! Say hello to Greg & Connie for us next time you see them! Are they still at Coyote? Can't wait to see pics of your new home!

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  3. Nice to have some money coming in again I'm sure. Sounds like you are going to have a variety of jobs at your new position. Very nice site and with roses no less.

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  4. You certainly are busy with your new job, hope you can get time off to pick up your new fiver! ;c)

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  5. And the fun begins.....moving stuff from one rig to the other. You will find you have a lot more to move than you would expect.

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