2/12/2022 0 Comments
February 12th, 2022
Today we moved from the county park to Water's Edge RV Resort, only about 30 miles away in Zephyrhills. We want to get a little closer to where my aunt and uncle stay for the winter. But just before we were ready to leave, we heard a real loud noise coming from the woods. It wasn't dogs barking, sounded more like what we think a wild hog might sound like. The park brochure does list that as one of the animals found here, also puma. We walked in that general direction, but the sounds had stopped by then. And I wasn't about to go tromping through the trees and vines and bushes and snakes to find out more!
This park is a privately owned community, about 200 sites, many year round residences and some that are seasonally used. There is a 55+ rule. The people here have been very friendly, pointing out the things we are curious about. Our spot has no shade, so it heated up a bit in the afternoon. It was much more comfortable to sit outside in the shade of the awning. Turning on the air conditioning seems like over-kill for this weather!
This morning I worked on putting together a video for youtube about some sewing I am doing. Bob helped out with directing the camera to the right spots so I could have my hands free. We are amateurs, for sure, but we have some fun with it. Luckily, I always have Dan, our son, to help me out and offer tips. He has done a lot more work with photos and videos for his job for the city of Whitefish (MT). I send him what I put together, then he combines it with a nice little intro, music, and ending, then posts it to youtube for me. I'm lucky to have him!
I'm also lucky that Dan introduced me to huckleberries! And my daughter introduced me to the mini croissants from Trader Joe's! Put the berries and the croissant together, and I feel like royalty!
A lot of Airstreamers dislike the oven in the trailer, but we have used it many times for easy things. These croissants are great because we can make just 4 and return the rest to the freezer. They turn out so buttery and flaky. So that little toy oven proves it is not to be underestimated!
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