Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Slow Day

Short blog post today, Folks, as there isn’t much to report.  It took my normal two hours to put up our blog post and then worked on my knitting project (another hooded cowl).

Next I wrote on a bunch of postcards to send to family members, so a trip to the post office was in order.  Next Jim and I took off to look around town and get reacquainted with the area.  We were here back in late January and early February 2011 and like this area of Ocean Springs, MS.  It’s close to Gulfport and Biloxi and paying $11 a day with our Senior Pass here at Davis Bayou, it is an economical stay.

We drove and found the local Elk’s Club and we’ll go there for happy hour to see the sunset sometime.  They also have dinners on Fridays and that’s a possibility.  Next it was a trip to Rouse’s for groceries.  We were thrilled to find they have turkey halves and quarters.  We bought a half and two quarters.  The weather is suppose to be pretty cold for the next week so I’ve made a list of comfort foods to eat this week…enchiladas, chili con carne, bean burritos with green chile, posole, clam chowder, roast turkey and maybe mac and cheese.

When we got back to Davis Bayou it was time for happy hour with Sandy and Charles joining us.  Jim grilled some burgers for dinner and then we went over to Sandy and Charles’s rig to watch the movie “Captain Phillips”. The movie was good and action packed….got my heart a racing.  We are sure enjoying the use of the Red Box at each of our stays.  So easy to use and reasonably priced for sure.

Today Sandy and I are going to check out a few of the resale stores in town and the local Tuesday Morning to see what treasures we can find.

Remember, you are loved.

1 comment:

  1. Sounds like a good day to me!

    Karen and Steve
    (Blog) RVing: The USA Is Our Big Backyard


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