Sleep is definitely not over-rated, and I think we’re all sleeping better now that we’ve settled into our new environment. That’s one thing that was really lacking over the last month or more, sleep. Listing and selling your house and prepping to hit the road for a month involves a lot of work, ups and downs, and stress. All of those have an impact on sleep, and over time that starts to take a toll. Late this afternoon, I found myself taking a spontaneous nap to help catch up. Sleep is good. Today was officially workday #2 on the road. Yesterday I mentioned that our time in San Diego was too short. Today we realized that it would be cool to stay in San Diego a little longer, so we extended our trip an additional day to be 1 full week. I am pretty sure that the laid back atmosphere here will help us get fully caught up on our rest and ready for the road ahead. It will also allow me to get out and meet more of my customers.
Fishing from a Paddle Boat
After cruising around in the paddle boat yesterday and watching the bass and perch cruise by, we decided to take some time to try our luck today fishing. We didn’t catch a thing, and we somehow managed not to lose anything either. One thing about these lakes is that there are many aquatic plants and algae to catch your lure/hook on.
It’s official, *cheers* our Danville House closed Escrow today.
Last week we said goodbye to our Danville house of almost ten years; today, it became official. To toast the occasion, we popped the cork on a very special Cabernet Sauvignon made by Wine Maker Steve Tonella (aka my brother in law) of SR Tonella Cellars. Wow, what a treat it was indeed. His release party is this weekend, head over to his website if you want to be a part of this very special event. Sadly, we are going to be in Arizona that day so share your experience with me if you do make it!
The 2014 RV Adventure Flickr Album
I promised to upload photos from my SLR and decided a Flickr Album would be the best way to share. Here is one of my favorites. It’s as if the ducks were saying, “No food? We’re out!”
Highlights and observations from Today
- I need a place to hang a hammock.
- The RV can start to feel small pretty fast if acting as an office and a summer school.
- I really enjoy being near water. (Add this to the house feature list? Hmmm)
Tomorrow I am excited to spend my third working day in San Diego and to have the opportunity to meet up with a couple of old friends. It’s going to be a great day.