Sounds like an 80's soap opera. Anyone watch any of those crazy shows? I have to admit I watched Days of Our Lives on and off for years. Back then you could go a year without watching and be caught up in the first five minutes of the show.
You know I'm a worry wart. I checked the weather several times considering my Tuesday Departure date. The winds weren't looking good at all, so at the last minute I jiggled the jello to Sunday. I'm leaving Sunday for sure.
The sequel ... The Jello Jiggles Again ... came late last night when the winds between Needles and Barstow got up above my comfort level. This time it was pineapple cucumber. That didn't really sound all that good. Why am I going that way? Because the entire freeway from Indio to the base of Cajon Pass is completely under construction with lanes that seem like they are six feet wide. I was on the verge of shaking the jello again like an earthquake to Thursday. Thursday looks good.
Lucky for me, THIS morning's predictions show the way is clear for Sunday after all, so thankfully I don't have to partake of this strawberry CHOCOLATE jello. Yucky poo!!! Of course that may change by tomorrow morning!!
In the meantime, I've been trying to catch up with Elva and Jerry Shannon who are in the area visiting some of Elva's hundreds of cousins who live nearby. I have so few cousins you can count them on one hand. I'm so happy they are coming by to see my new fifth wheel.
Since Doug and Yuma are close by, they are coming around too. It's a PARTY!!! Hopefully I won't be serving up any Jello.
The good news is ..... I know it's just because I'm leaving ..... the mask requirement for Arizona has been lifted, along with a second caveat that the cities and counties cannot put that requirement back in place. Individual stores can of course, but I won't be going to those. WE ARE FREE!!! At least if you live in Arizona.
It's time to get packing. I'll let you know if a tornado hits the jello!!!!
I prefer going through Needles, but we go through Wickenburg to Kingman to get to I-40...I find the traffic to be non-existent, although this route is 45+ miles longer.ReplyDelete
Here in Florida the mask requirement has been gone for months now, but stores and restaurants are under the requirement due to county rules...wish our Governor would do what Arizona is doing. DeSantis is going to sue the Feds to allow cruise ships to come and go.
Good for Florida! This has gone on way too long!! Too much government control.Delete
Most people pulling Fifth Wheels have less problems with being buffeted by the Wing then those driving "A" and "C" Class units.ReplyDelete
Be Safe and Enjoy your Jell-O.
It's about time.
Really? I did not know that. Hopefully I'll have a windless trip.Delete
From what I read Tucson and Flagstaff will continue with mandated mask rules even though the governor said only businesses can enforce the mask rule. Yuma's mayor has removed the rule. Again it's up to businesses to decide. Wind..... wind....stop!ReplyDelete
They cannot enforce the mandate any more and all restaurants are open to 100 percent occupancy. They can try, but I think they are spitting into the wind.Delete
Lots of yummy jello at your place. I'll bring the whip cream😀 Hope you find a window of comfort for your travels soon.ReplyDelete
You've got my number Doug. I'll go for the whipped cream any day. I've got my fingers crossed. Once I drive in it a bit I won't be so bothered.Delete
All I know is that the Jell-o looks good. Strawberry and chocolate sounds good to me!ReplyDelete
Good luck with the travel plans, Bill agrees with Rick that you won't find the wind affecting a fiver as much your Class A did.
Okay, I admit I thought the jello looked yummy too ... except for the chocolate. Do people even MAKE Jello any more????Delete