Thursday, October 30, 2008
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Yesterday I got my haircut that was much needed. We went to Taco Bell for our free taco,because they had someone to steal a base in the world series. Of course we went to WalMart for groceries and a hoe and rake for me. I also bought 3 tomato plants and a pot of mums for Nancy.
Monday, October 27, 2008
Now this would be a good day if the Rays would win another game.
Sunday, October 26, 2008
It was a nice visit. Thank you Hazel and Lee.
It is 7:45pm,so I will watch the Phillies and the Rays game once again tonight very shortly at 8:00.
Saturday, October 25, 2008
When the rain stopped for a short time I went down to the roadside fruit and vegetable market. They had some good prices,the bananas were .32 a pound and the golden delicious apples were .89 a pound. The produce the have here seem to be a lot fresher than in the large food stores,and why not help out the little guy.
Today will be watch a ballgame day.
Thursday, October 23, 2008
I watched the World Series last night and was a little dissapointed in the Rays. Maybe they will do a little better tonight.
Sunday, October 19, 2008
We came home around 7:30,I watched the game between the Red Soxs and the Rays. The Soxs won the game again,now its tied up 3-3 games with the deciding game tonight for the Word Series. I sure hope the Rays can come back and win like they should have a couple of games ago.
We are going to meet with Mark and Sherry to day for dinner at CiCi's Pizza. Nancy likes that because she can get her fill on pizza.
Thursday, October 16, 2008
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
Monday, October 13, 2008
We ran into rain several times coming down,also constrction on I-75 along the way.
Sunday, October 12, 2008
Friday, October 10, 2008
We watched the tv a little today and saw where the crude oil was still going lower. The price at the gas pumps were also going lower which is good news. The price of gas is still costing to much.
Nick and I spent most of the day working over at Linda's house,taking a refrigerator over and setting it up. Then Nick had to go to Lowe's to look around.
Now that I've taken a shower I'm ready to settle down and watch the Rays and the Red Sox ball game.
Thursday, October 09, 2008
The price of gas is coming down but you can not say it is cheap.
Nick and I did a little running around again yesterday. I got Nancy some more Red Plum Jam,this made 10 jars she has now. Hope that will last her for a while. Nick also had to go to a couple of stores to look for a bargain. He really likes things on sale,plus he uses a lot of coupons. A thrifty shopper he is.
The rain turned into a thunder and lightning storm last night. We had tornado warning for the county. Everything turned out ok though.
Wednesday, October 08, 2008
The price of gas is slowly coming down,it is $3.55 here now in Warner Robins,Georgia. That is still way to much to be considered cheap. I don't think the price will ever be down around $2.00 anymore,even if the crude oil prices come way down.
Nancy is going to take our laundry in to the house and use Joan's washing machine and dryer. We still don't know when we are leaving here it depends on how our holding tank getting full.
It is finally raining here with much needed rain. The ground is so dry it will have to rain quite a bit to get the soil damp.
I have know idea what Nick has planned on doing today.
Monday, October 06, 2008
Nancy and I along with Nick went to WalMart Pharmacy to get our monthly meds filled and did a little grocery shopping. Also watched the Tampa Bay Rays take another win over the White Sox.
Sunday, October 05, 2008
We started with going out to the Warner Robins Base Store. Here is one of the planes that set outside at the entrance to the base. I always buy Nancy jars of Smucker's Red Plum Jam here because this is one of the few places that sells it. From there it was Kroger's then Publix. After a late lunch we went to a few more places. By that time it was time to eat dinner and today it was pizza,then time to watch the playoff game between the White Sox and Tampa Bay Rays. This was a f
Saturday, October 04, 2008
Looks like the hay was getting baled up for the winter season. They were doing this in the many farms that we passed. We travel down route 129 enjoying all the things that you can see unlike travel down I-75 and fighting the traffic trying to be the first one to wherever they were going. There are so many things that you can see on the country roads that you won't see going down the interstate. It didn't ake us long to get to my brother's house in Warner Robins,Georgia since it was only 53 miles from where we started. We have no idea how long we will be here,we have no plans. Like most of the time we travel we just let it happen.
Thursday, October 02, 2008
This is one of the tent sites overlooking the lake here in the campground.