Currently | 9.20.16
Watching | New releases!
> We rarely go to the movie theater anymore (something that we regularly did while we were stationary) so when new releases come out on video/stream on Tuesday, we are always anxious to check them out. We’ve recently watched The Jungle Book, Captain America Civil War, Money Monster and X-Men Apocalypse.
Also, since we can’t stream (those new releases each take one day to download!) we’ve been re-watching from our own collection and have seen the Transformers and Taken series in the past month.
Reading | Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell.
> I begrudgingly finished Ruth’s Journey by Donald McCaig, I kept going hoping it would get good, and it never really did. I am such a big fan of Gone with the Wind and its offshoots (Scarlett, Rhett Butler’s People) that I felt obligated to finish it. As soon as I finished Ruth I immediately began to re-read Gone with the Wind. It’s been a while since I have, the last time sparked this blog post, and I felt it was essential after the disappointment of Ruth.
Working On | Emptying our fridge and freezer!
> We are on the final countdown to Red Bay, Alabama where we will have the RV worked on. As it’s likely our fridge will be replaced, we need to eat everything in it in preparation!
Feeling | Impatient.
> Once we get to Red Bay, we’re not sure how long we are going to be there. The work on RVs is on a first-come-first-served basis, although 2016 rigs get priority. We’ll be there when it’s busy with snowbirders so I am hoping that we won’t be stuck there too long. The remainder of our Southern/East Coast adventurers all depends on our length of stay in Red Bay!
Planning | On enjoying our last few months.
> I cannot believe that our sabbatical is nearing its end! I don’t want to stress too much about the next phase of our life because that will ruin the few months we have let. So I am thinking about without trying to think about it too much!
Loving | Cold weather.
> I’m a total baby! The four weeks straight we had of 90/100 degree weather in Portland, Palouse and Missoula were unbearable! I was so glad to get to Glacier with 40/50’s. That is more my kind of weather!
My Favorite Photo | Mr. Misadventures
> The first attempt of sunrise on Lake MacDonald in Glacier it was super overcast, Mr. Misadventures had on tennis shoes (so he’s feet were soaking wet, as it didn’t prevent him from standing in the water) and a light jacket. Day two, conditions were perfect, the water boots were on, along with the warm jacket and the ski cap! He does this all the time. So focused on his shot!
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