9/20/15 (Sunday) in Nicolaus, CA (Lake Minden RV-TT)
We went to St. Boniface Church for Mass. Small building, very talkative group inside. Nice to see real community going on. Their music was performed by one woman who played the piano and led the singing.
In the afternoon I wondered aloud when would we need to make reservations for the two COE parks on our schedule. John apparently was thinking about the same thing. As we got talking we realized that we were staying there to visit a couple National Parks: Sequoia and King’s Canyon. In March. We looked up the snowfall/temperatures. Oops! The most snowfall (on average) fell in March: 40 inches. Thus we got busy reconsidering our plans. It took most of the afternoon, but in the end we changed our current fall plans to include these parks, and put our current fall plans over in the slot where those park plans were, in the spring.
The wonderful part of staying in the Central Valley of California is it will be HOT in the summer and fall. Predicted high today: 97. Our voltage dropped yesterday at suppertime, today it dropped to 109 at 2 pm, so we turned on our generator, to protect our A/C unit from struggling at that voltage. It worked hard, managing to keep us down to 84 degrees, for over 4 hours. Just a couple more hot days, then we’ll be moving on.
We watched the Seahawks play to end our very hot day. The game did not end well. C’est la vie.