With my fabric fix quieted down, we walked down one more aisle looking for a new harness for Cooper. His old one broke yesterday. I picked one up, discussing what size with the saleslady. She said large ... I said large ... I purchased it and left. Good grief .. when I got home, it was a MEDIUM.
Back to the marketplace I went to exchange it. Cooper loves the color of this one, but having become enamored with the kids at the dog park, he would rather just run free. I now have to literally DRAG him home because he wants to live there.
Then it was off to meet some new RV friends. Elva and I have talked a lot of Facebook and she reads my blog. That's her husband Jerry in the window taking our picture. What a great couple. We sat in the laundromat while Elva did their wash, laughing like we'd known each other all our lives. I stole this picture from her Facebook page since my selfie didn't turn out near as well. Thanks Elva!!
Next I made a mad dash to the far end of Yuma looking for a ceramic heater for Jonathan. It took me several tries switching out holders and light bulbs to determine it was the ceramic bulb itself. I've never had them quit working. Back home I installed it in this perfect example of ingenuity (NOT) that keeps him at the required temperature. He's an exotic bird, requiring specialized equipment.
Dinnertime came quickly, so Cindy, Ray and I stopped in at Panda Express. Boy do they give you huge portions!! I have enough left over for two more meals, which is perfect because I'll be back on the road today.
Here I go, back into the Wild Blue Yonder, hoping all the while it does NOT rain!!