11/10/14 Monday in Yemassee, SC (The Oaks at Point South-TT/MA)
I pretty much just spent my morning getting caught up with Internet activities; blog, email, blogs. John watched his TV shows and worked a little at buffing out the branch scratches on Miss Zanzibar.
We talked a little with Greg/Marcia. They then went on a motorcycle ride on this beautiful day and visited the Marine Museum at Parris Island.
This afternoon we took a lovely walk around the pond, then changed the reservations at our next campground for earlier, then shortened our reservation here. We ran into our carpet cleaning man’s wife at the lodge then. She said her husband was at their rig right now if John wanted to talk about going golfing. We proceeded on to their coach and had a nice visit as George and John talked golf mostly, so I left for our rig, where I watched some DVR tapes. In a while John returned to his buffing project, finishing before dark and in time to barbeque our chicken.
Before he started grilling our chicken John asked if I’d ever cleaned house today. I put my hands to my face in shock. I never even thought about it!!!! What’s going on? Come to think of it, this morning I’d given my blueberries 44 minutes in the microwave instead of 44 seconds. After 4 minutes I thought it was taking a long time. Thank heavens the blueberries were frozen and had lots of juice and basically cooked in their juice. Whew!! Then as I was getting ready for supper I put my cooked rice in the MW. I usually give it 33 seconds but this time it was 33 minutes—something I realized in about 1.5 minutes. Another whew! I really need to pay attention whenever I want to cook something for a few seconds.
After our fun supper of grilled chicken we walked all the way over to Greg/Marcia’s. Soon Paul and Barbara joined us for a fun evening of sharing. They just bought a beautiful 2003 Fleetwood American Tradition. It’s truly in a 10 out of 10 condition. They even have an energy management system. Before this they spent 8 years living on a 40 year old boat. It was a gorgeous yacht, really. So they regaled us with quite the tales of adventure. I thought Rving was hard-the water adds a whole other dimension.