I’m dreaming of a white . . . September?

Thursday, September 11

Why does this keep happening to me?  Why?

1-P1000181Every time we’re caught in snow I vow it will never happen again.

1-P1000184“Oh, I move camp to stay in good weather all the time,” I have been known to smugly remark.  (Note the white-out conditions above the Best Little Trailer.)

1-P1000189Acckk!  My reading room!

1-P1000188Somewhere, someone is laughing.  Stop that!

While standing in the parking area next to our site to take a photo, the man from the camper in the neighboring site runs over to me.  I saw him and his wife when they pulled in yesterday, right before dark.  From their plates I know they’re from Texas.  (That’s their truck and trailer in the first photo.)

I hold out my umbrella for him to join me as he’s bare-headed and snow is falling still.

“You know I just heard that this snowstorm breaks a record set in 1888 for this area,” he announces as he approaches. “1888!” he repeats with astonishment.

“And, of course, wouldn’t ya’ know, I’m here to witness it,” I respond drily, cuddling my camera under my coat.

He laughs.  “Me, too!  How do we manage it?”

We talk for a few minutes, huddled together under the umbrella like conspirators sharing secrets.

1-P1000190Last night his wife had an emergency with her asthma and they had to rush her to the hospital.

Fortunately this occurred before the snow arrived.  It was 11 p.m. before they made it back to their campsite.  The man tells me they came this way to see the Grand Tetons but now they’re thinking about turning back.

“Oh, the Tetons will be beautiful with all this snow,” I remark.

“Yeah,” he responds wistfully.  “I don’t know about driving through that pass though.”

He runs back to the warmth of their trailer before I can point out that all this will probably be gone in 24 hours, the sun will shine, the roads will be clear, and the Grand Tetons will be very well-dressed for visitors to admire.

1-P1000185I take a few more photos.  This next one is the site on the other side of us.

1-P1000182“Hey, Augie!  Get out your skis!”

1-P1000192Picnic anyone?

1-P1000191Freeze warning!

I read online that a freeze warning is in effect from 2 am to 9 am Friday.  Temperatures are expected to drop to 25-30 degrees.

In anticipation, I put Reflectix on the windows of the BLT, between the window glass and the curtains.  The heater has been on all day.  Bridget went into hibernation after breakfast, and, except for one very quick potty run, she’s been “undercover” all day. I’ll force her to make another run before bedtime.  We will snuggle together all night and keep warm.

Isn’t full-time RVing great?  There’s always another adventure to be found down the road and around the snowbank.

 rvsue

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183 Responses to I’m dreaming of a white . . . September?

  1. Wendy in Thailand says:

    Second? Stay safe and warm you lovely ladies.

  2. John K - Mobile, AL says:

    Third? It was 90+ here today. Wanna trade? 🙂

  3. Wiley.norman says:

    I am glad you encouraged the Texan to not turn back. They had come that far only to be discouraged by a little snow. I hope they went to the Tetons. Beautiful photos.

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Hi, Wiley.norman,

      Well, they haven’t left yet because it’s still snowing and now it’s night. I didn’t put this in the post…. The asthma attack is thought to have been caused by the altitude. Maybe that is factoring into their decision. We didn’t hang out in the cold to talk details.

      Yeah, the pass will be clear tomorrow . . .

      • John K - Mobile, AL says:

        She needs to drink water…lots of water. No alcohol!

        • Elizabeth in WA says:

          You are so right John. Hubby has often found with his that he is actually dehydrated and drinking 16 oz of water will often send it away. But having been in the emergency room a few times myself, tis not fun having a bad attack!! I find I cannot breath well at very high altitudes either. Though when we were up hiking a bit a couple weeks ago at about 6,000 ft…I did quite well…but have been walking a lot at home too (sea level, but UP HILL and DOWN….tis the only way one can walk around here!!) Seems to have gradually strengthened me.

  4. Needle in Plano, TX says:

    You and Bridge stay warm, and all that white stuff will be gone very soon. Be careful on the BLT step….no need for you to try and “one-up” on the Texans by going to the hospital as well! I am so jealous….and the campsite pictures bring back memories of our stay there a few years ago, and your stories also highlight the fact that at the time we were the typical rush-rush vacationers, and never really slowed down enough to take it all in.

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Hi, Needle,

      I’ve seen a lot of “rush-rush vacationers” roll in and out of this campground. I guess it’s an overnight stop on the way to Yellowstone and the Tetons.

      Good warning about the step at our door. When I took Bridget out for her before-bed potty run, it was heaped up with snow. The footprints in the photo are covered and gone. I’ll be careful.

  5. weather says:

    My reaction to those scenes is finding them utterly beautiful,I’m nearly breathless!

    While I wish you were both warmer when venturing outside and that your lounger hadn’t become frozen and wet,I take comfort in knowing you’ll soon experience the temperatures and conditions of your preference.

    Every issue imaginable because of winter has been part of my journey,yet snow thrills me each time I see it.I could extol it’s virtues for hours,and thereby become more irritating to most with every sentence.I’ve learned that folks disliking everything about it are unhappy enough being in it!I certainly won’t compound that with my glee.

    Thank you ever so for the photos of it-I’ve hoped all day you’d post some eventually.My intense joy in seeing them ,all things considered,is irrational-love always is

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Hi, weather,

      I joke about the snow … “Why does this always happen to me?” but in truth it is fun to be given this surprise in September. A sudden snow storm puts some excitement into life. I’ll appreciate it more tomorrow when the day warms and the sun causes the world to turn into a “wonderland of snow.” It was too cold today for me to be out in it.

      I’m glad you enjoyed the photos. Irrational lover that you are . . .

  6. Teresa from NC says:

    Hey! I’m not last!:-) I’ve been having to work a lot, and late, lately. When I can get to your blog, hundreds of comments are already there. On one hand, I think…”this is great.” On the other, I think…”well, might as well read what everyone else is up to before I respond.” By the time I’m done reading all the comments, it’s the middle of the night, and I have to get up early the next day to do it all over, again. But, I wasn’t working today, so I’ve been checking for a new post all evening.

    I’ve loved all of the pics you and Bridget have taken on your walks. The snow pics are crazy to me because I was complaining a few hours ago about how humid it was today. Your pictures were a quick reminder of what’s to come here in the near future. I agree with all the previous blog comments that you two seem well and relaxed at this campground. I’ve smiled at so many of your remarks (for example, the showers and walking the trash to the dumpster as a proud accomplishment).

    So many of your readers get comfort from reading your blog and support from you and the blogorinos. It’s been comforting to me to see how this community has grown, but has stayed true to what I’ve always known it to be. As always, thanks for bringing me along on your journey. Stay snuggled up to Miss Bridget, so the two of you stay warm!

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Hi, Teresa,

      What a treat your comment is! I’m happy you had the day off from work and had a chance to write here. You describe this blog community as a place of comfort. I like that. It’s true!

      As I sit here wearing layers of clothes with my feet snugged into Bearpaw boots, you’re in the humidity and heat.

      Gosh, I don’t want you going to work without enough sleep! The comments can become addictive once you start reading them. Like chocolates in a box… Well, one more won’t hurt… and before you know it, there aren’t any more!

      It’s nice to know the photos of my walks with Bridget have brought enjoyment your way. Keep cool!

      • Elizabeth in WA says:

        Tis nicer I always say to be in cold weather…one can always put on more clothes…only so many you can take off…and when we lived in Humidville, NC (MY name for that place)….one could not cool off that well even indoors with A/C!!

        • rvsueandcrew says:

          Good point. I know what you mean from having lived in Georgia for several years.

        • Lolalo says:

          I am right the opposite. I absolutely despise having to put on and take off layer after layer to go out and then take layer after layer off when coming back in in the winter. I live in GA and am perfectly fine with shorts and short sleeves in summer. I’d much rather be warm than cold. Now my husband – that’s another story.

          • Elizabeth in WA says:

            Humidity must not bother you…generally, I can handle heat better than with humidity!! But being asthmatic has it drawbacks sometimes I guess…

      • Teresa from NC says:

        I think Bridget is wondering if you’ve gone too far, now…you’re staying in a campground, she’s wearing her leash, you’re going into town to shower, and NOW you’re staying where it’s snowing! I hope you’re at least sharing rotisserie chicken with her:-)

        • rvsueandcrew says:

          I haven’t had the heart to bring home rotisserie chicken. It will be a while before I can do that.

          Our habits lately have been unusual! No, I’m not going to buy a generator . . . .

          • Teresa from NC says:

            I think I will freak out if you ever buy a generator. 🙂

            (ps, I sincerely understand the rotisserie chicken thing)

            • Sidewinder Pen says:

              Speaking of generators, I “discovered” a new thing this week. I had to be around a small city for 3 days, so I stopped at a casino the first night (RV overnight parking okay), a Wal-Mart the second night (also okay), and back to the casino the third night. Both places had a goodly number of RV’s parked for the night. So far, this is all “normal.” But… BUT… fully 1/3 (or more!) of these RV’s had portable generators outside and running for hours. Right in the parking lot! Some of them were the bigger ones in “frames,” too. Since when is this the thing to do? UGH!! Yeah, okay, it’s a parking lot, but I thought the idea was you were supposed to park quietly and tidily, not put stuff out to “make yourself at home,” and for Pete’s sake, setting up a generator outside?

              Whew, got that off my chest.

  7. Ladybug in Mid-Tenn says:

    *waves hand* That was me laughing. I wondered about you when I saw the news reports.

    Just look at it this way….a little snow makes you appreciate the nice days even more!

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      That’s so true, Ladybug! Nice weather is on its way if the forecasters can be believed, and yes, I will appreciate it.

      I should’ve guessed it was you laughing!

      • Sondra-SC says:

        Looks like a wonderland….An early storm has little chance of sticking around for long —enjoy it while its there stay put and make a snowman…or snow angle if you can get up…and wait for the glorious sunshine. No hospital visits for 3 days other family helping out they sensed my despair and are coming to the rescue.

  8. But, really now….you wouldn’t want to miss this would you? A minor inconvenience is offset by bragging rights.

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Hi, Judy,

      It does make another campfire story… along with the snowstorm of November 2011 in NM, and the snowstorm of April 2012 in AZ. . . .

  9. Alan Rabe says:

    I am the one laughing. Sudden flash snow storm is something to dream about. I don’t care if I froze to death I would be out following that creek looking for choice snaps and oh so happy to be there.

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      You do like photographing snow, don’t you, Alan. I remember you saying you plan to go to Colorado this winter to take photos of the snow, right?

      As for me, I’ll be wearing sandals and walking the warm desert somewhere. 🙂

    • weather says:

      and I’d be out there twirling looking at the sky praying-just one more,please,oh just one more… 🙂 though I’d be in full leathers or bundled to the teeth,suffering rarely deters me from a dream,still-I don’t invite it

  10. Lolalo says:

    Am I first?!? Enjoying your posts from this area. Looks like you got caught!

  11. Yes, I am laughing but only because this was exactly what our site looked like Monday morning when we woke up! We are in Jasper NP in Alberta. I do believe our weather is dropping your way! We woke to 23 this morning!!! But we warmed to 57 this afternoon with more warm weather on the way. The mountains are positively gorgeous with all the snow!! John says, we have a house with wheels. What are we doing here! Haha!! Yes, fulltiming is a blast. Stay warm you two:)

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      I can see where it would be funny for you. Your snow is over! Well, at least for a little while . . .

      I expect the temps to rise quickly during the day, after they drop in the early morning hours. It’s not supposed to get down to 23 though! That’s pretty darn cold!

      The snow-topped mountains will be beautiful. Enjoy Jasper!

  12. Pleinguy says:

    Nothing like being snuggled up and staying warm inside the rig with the white stuff falling outside. I had a feeling there would be an early snow. Which is why I am now in southern Utah. Enjoy the experience, then get out-a-there!

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Hi, Pleinguy,

      Oh my, southern Utah sounds very good right now. I enjoyed your posts and photos about Flaming Gorge and Ashley National Forest. Love that area!

  13. Kitt says:

    Sue,

    OK, you caught me laughing! Love the picture of your reading room. SNOW!!!???

    We are camped in John Day, OR and there is a special weather statement out regarding tonight’s expected low temperatures, 32 deg. and possible frost! I might not be laughing tomorrow morning. Daytime temps are supposed to be in the 70s or 80s. In a couple of days we will be in California where it will be considerably warmer.

    Stay cozy and warm!
    Kitt

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Hi, Kitt,

      You’re freezing right along with Bridget and me . . . Crazy weather! It is good to know it’s not going to last. I wonder what this weather will do to the timing of the leaves turning to fall color.

      You stay warm, too!

  14. Elizabeth in WA says:

    Well, Sue….what an adventure…but I am glad you are there with others closeby. Sounds like it could be messy for a bit yet. Makes sense you have a small RV now…much easier to keep warm, isn’t it? And a doggie heater tis always so very nice too. A nice hot mug of hot chocolate surely would be nice too!!
    Have always loved watching it snow…but more from indoors than not. Although, truthfully one of the funnest things I always enjoyed, in my younger years, was shoveling snow…yea, I know….nutty. But tis me!! But now? If I did such at least should only do a bit at a time…heh! Enjoyed your photos as usual. Thanks.

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      You’re welcome, Elizabeth. We’re all set here for the cold. The only thing missing is the hot chocolate.

      The cold knocked me off my dieting. When it’s cold out, I want stick-to-the-ribs food. Greek yogurt on a cold day? A green salad? Never!

      I sauteed some chicken tenders and ate ’em with boiled taters, green beans, and carrots. And yes, I put butter on the potatoes. . .

      • Elizabeth in WA says:

        Well, I say either use butter, or forget it!! Your supper sounded fine!! We sorta bought into all this lowfat stuff…and it is really the lowCarb we should have bought into! When it is cold out, like THAT cold, chili sounds awfully nice to me!! Walmarts around here carry a turkey chili that is VERY good…made by Shelton’s, we prefer the mild version. I add a can of either red beans, or black beans and simmer 20-30 minutes…top with some chopped onions of some kind, a bit of grated cheese and maybe some fresh chopped tomatoes too…or even a few tablespoons of canned stewed tomatoes. YUMMY!! That makes a very nice meal for 2 of us. I do make a tad better chili from scratch too…but that takes at least an hour to put together and then simmer for at least a half hour…but that is nicer to do when the weather is cold out. We are approaching colder weather….we have the windows open some, but it is chilly come morning. I love that invigorating nip in the air that tells Fall has arrived. Happy travels…whenever you get to where you can that is!!

  15. shirlene says:

    Great Scott! Those are some amazingly white photos…..here in so cal it is 92…I just can’t wrap my brain around it…stay as warm as your bloggers comments to you…we will be here through the night.

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Shirlene! It’s 92 where you are? You and AZ Jim and the rest of the SoCal and Arizona crowd are hogging all the heat, galldarnit!!

      • shirlene says:

        I live at the beach…hotter inland…..extremes everywhere I guess. It will get better tomorrow.

        • AZ Jim says:

          Shirlene, I lived there in San Diego from 1945 till I retired in 1991. I lived all over, Mission Beach, Pacific Beach, Ocean Beach, Talmadge, North Park, La Mesa, El Cajon, and others. I know I move around. Where do you live?

  16. Jolene/Iowa says:

    Oh heck, what is a little snow in the grand scheme of things anyway?! lol.

    The white stuff is sure pretty though. I am just not ready for it in Iowa yet because once it gets here we will probably have it set in for winter. I am not quite there yet, I still want to get out to camp yet this year.

    The weekend with mom got cancelled due to the cold weather moving in, probably part of what you have been getting today.

    I love the snow pictures. Now you and Bridge tuck yourselves in snug for the night!

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Hi, Jolene,

      I hate that you had to cancel the weekend trip with mom, but it was wise. We’re covered up in snow because this is our way of life. I wouldn’t decide to go camping in snow or cold!

      It’s been so long since I’ve endured a long, cold winter that I’m totally spoiled. I can take a day or two. I don’t know how people stand it for months.

      I hope you get to camp some more this fall. We can still have “Indian summer,” right?

      Have a good night!

  17. Monica says:

    I’ll take that weather! It got to 100 today where I live in the SF Bay Area. My dog’s got her winter coat on already, and I keep hearing the geese flying south. Luckily for you, the weather forecast this weekend and next week will be in the 70s for that area of Wyoming. It just might be a good time to head south or west to California’s coast after you pick up your tags.

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Gee, Monica, the California coast does sound inviting right now. One hundred degrees? It’s hard to believe from where I’m sitting.

      Yes, mild weather will return!

  18. Linda in NE says:

    Awww, what’s a little snow in September??? 🙂 Just raining here and by next week this time it will be 80 degrees again. It’ll be a bigger quilt on the bed tonight, though. Really, really hope it doesn’t dip down and frost tonight…..my peppers aren’t ripe yet and I’m hoping for more tomatoes. I have plenty but a friend would really like to can some. It’s really been a weird year weather-wise.

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Yes, this year’s weather has been weird. The wheels on my house made it possible for us to avoid most of it . . . until now.

      Oh, I used to have a vegetable garden. I know how it is to lose veggies due to weather. I hope yours are okay overnight.

  19. Linda in NE says:

    P.S. Your snow pictures are really cool…I like the effect of the black & white.

  20. Patsy Northern Ont. Canada says:

    BRRRR.. This is what we look forward to almost 7 months of the year, that is why retirement will be cold weather in the states, summers in Canada, of course Canadians have to come back for our health insurance lol.. Sue and Bridget stay warm. I plan on doing the same thing when I retire so how is the trailer holding up for heat, always a concern when you know you have to camp in cold weather which I will have no choice being from Canada.. But I would like a class C, but may take your approach who knows, I just hate hooking up. lol.. have a tent trailer now and hook up is a pain in the butt.. small class c perfect but I like the storage options of the van. love the pics but know that is what I will be seeing very soon. stay warm hugs.

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Hi, Patsy,

      Every type of rig has its pros and cons. Hitching up isn’t a pain for me. I don’t know… I just do it. But if you don’t like it, a Class C may be the way to go. I guess you’d pull a small car behind it so you wouldn’t have to drive the C everywhere.

      The Casita isn’t designed for really cold weather. We stay warm enough but I bet there are people who would rather have it warmer.

  21. Kathy from Florida says:

    I think the snow beats 91 and sunny – feels like 97!!! Cant wait for October to escape to Smokey Mtn NP for a few days.Next summer I plan on being west in wyoming,montana and utah.

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Hi, Kathy,

      Yeah, Florida has a way of feeling a lot hotter than the thermometer reads. You’ll enjoy being in the Smokies during October. It will be beautiful then.

      You’re planning summer travels similar to ours for next year! Only we didn’t make it to Montana. .. .

  22. Denise says:

    OMG. I hate snow but your pictures are gorgeous. Keep warm.

  23. EmilyO in NM says:

    Gee, Geri and I were just chatting yesterday about “Sue”, “snow”, “heading south”, “cold fronts” ,”fall” ,”trees turning”, and here I am chuckling when I read your heading. Well, I did more than chuckle; but the pictures were beautiful.

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Another one laughing! I knew it!

      I’m happy you enjoyed the photos. Thank you, Emily. 🙂

    • Geri Moore-Hajek says:

      Hahahaha…. OK, I admit it! Laughing here too. Our weather here in Myakka has been great! High 80’s to low 90’s days and mid 70’s at night and lower than normal humidity makes it about perfect! Except for the PITA mosquito’s! We had only 2 campers in last night!
      I loved the snow images! (Chuckling) Hope your tag stuff gets there soon so you can scoot outta there!

  24. R. (Western Colorado/camping Black Hills National Forest) says:

    I have similar pictures I took this morning while camping at Black Hills NF. Woke up to about 8 inches of snow. Beautiful! Every of your photos is great.
    Keep warm!!

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Thanks, R.

      Where is Black Hills National Forest? It’s not in SD, is it? You were in Great Basin NP just the other day . . . .

      • R. (Western Colorado/camping Black Hills National Forest) says:

        Yes, I’m right now in SD. I’m travelling east to the Adirondacks to pick Cortland apples. I want to keep my promise I gave you some time ago. Staying today in a local hotel to get an access to internet to figure out a route to take from here. I regret only one thing. Because of snow I can’t go hiking tomorrow as planned.

        • Cinandjules (NY) says:

          Umm ….I could have sent you some!

          • R. (Western Colorado/camping Black Hills National Forest) says:

            I actually have many things to take care of in the Adirondacks and picking apples is just a treat. Thank you for your offer and will remind of it about one year from now when I’m in AK.

        • R. (Western Colorado/camping Black Hills National Forest) says:

          There is a frost on my car but the sun is out. It looks like a beautiful day is awaiting. Have a great Friday everyone

        • Applegirl NY says:

          You may catch some lovely foliage. Cortlands should be just about ready by the time you get here. They have a short season. They are THE BEST apples in the world for just about 2 weeks- super sweet, super crunchy. Enjoy your trip east. We live in the Albany area but are up at our little place in the Adirondacks most weekends.

  25. You are in the mountains & it is the middle of September….

  26. Lee J in Northern California says:

    Wow, just beautiful!

    Read a book, look out the window, enjoy some hot tea while you are enduring….wish I was there…NOT!

    I have to say it is beautiful though, or maybe it is just the IDEA of snow that is beautiful, lol.

    I was sitting on my front porch this morning having a cup of coffee, watching a hummingbird enjoy the feeder and had to go inside because it was getting hot, how’s that for contrast?

  27. Wickedlady of Shelton WA says:

    Been hot and dry here so when a transformer blew it caused a fire in the woods alongside our mobilehome park. We were told to prepare to evacuate. Scarey! I got the van ready to hook up to the travel trailer so I could at least save some things and the furkids. Luckily, they got it under control before it reached any of the homes. Snow looks really good to me right now!

  28. AZ Jim says:

    Uh Oh! You got caught. Hopefully it will melt soon and not leave things real muddy for your exit. Nice pictures though. Another adventure for you girls. Be careful.

  29. Kay says:

    Well, well… just returned from Scottsbluff. Talk about EYE piercing snow blowing, hard driving task. It’s snowing up there pretty darn good. Down here, not so much. However, one more day of this and then, we’ll be back into the 80’s.

    Lovely photos, and I am NOT one who is laughing, either. I’m sort of sitting ALMOST in the same crapola. I was thinking though, WHERE are those CLINGERS now? This is when they could be of use, you know blocking the wind from my coach. Hehe, I know, I am being bad.

    News is on, now TN is flooding like AZ did last week. I think its safe to say…. we are in for heck of a winter. As I type this, I hear the sleet hitting the RV. I will say this, I agreed to winter here this year, but next winter, this place will close up October 1, and I will cruise my butt west.

    Keep Warm Sue and Bridget.

  30. Cinandjules (NY) says:

    I wasn’t laughing I was roaring! Couldn’t help myself once I scrolled down and saw your recliner in your sitting room!

    Wouldn’t you know it! That’s okay…hunker down…stay warm and enjoy.

    Thanks you made my night!

    • Chris B says:

      I cannot tell a lie. I was roaring too and it was because of your sitting room! I’m still laughing. What a surprise!

      I remember when I was a kid my parents rented a little Scotsman trailer and we went to Yellowstone. We were snowed in on the first day of summer!

      Keep warm!
      Chris B

      • Cari in Plano Texas says:

        Yes, Chris, I was on a bus tour that went through Yellowstone in 2001. June 1 – we got 1″ of snow as we were driving around. Kinda cool though seeing the snow on the buffalo as they walked down the road beside the bus.

  31. Deborah says:

    Yes, I laughed. Sorry but I think it was your fault! You put the idea in my head!

    Actually, I kinda like how you do this snow thing – one or two days a year. Sounds perfect to me! Then on to warmer climes! Do you keep clothing for really cold weather on board? I keep wondering where I’ll store things like that when I finally get out there.

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Hi, Deborah,

      I keep a winter coat in the closet, warm pajamas in my “dresser” inside the BLT, along with a sweatshirt. When I anticipate needing more winter clothing, I pull it out of the bin in the PTV in advance.

      “On to warmer climes?” The high for next Wednesday is forecasted at 83. 🙂

  32. Reine says:

    Your recliner looks a bit forlorn. But I’m so glad you got a full propane tank recently. The Wave 3 doesn’t use much but it does enough to be glad you have a full tank. Wave 3, Reflectix, a couple of comforters and Bridget = cozy.
    The high here tomorrow is supposed to be around 73 which is way better than the 101 we had yesterday. I’m ready for fall.

  33. DesertGinger says:

    More than 20 years ago, I decided to go camping…twice, one year. On Memorial Day weekend we went up to Calaveras County to see the frog jumps, and spent the night in a tent in Arnold. Woke up in 4 inches of snow. First time it snowed that late in May in over 100 years.
    Later that summer we decided to go camping with a big bunch of friends at Clear Lake on Labor Day weekend. It was the highest temps on record for that area in over 100 years…116 one day, 118 for two days. You couldn’t even swim, the lake was so hot.

    I haven’t been camping since that year.

    • Lee J in Northern California says:

      Oh Ginger! We were camping that Memorial Day in the snow! We were at Cow Camp probably 30 miles from Angles Camp. The horses got so,cold we finally left and ended up camping the rest of the weekend near Livermore. That was one cold weekend.
      How are you feeling?
      No more strokes!

  34. DebsJourney says:

    Loved the photo’s Sue! Hey I am the last comment here I bet. Anyway I want you to know I didn’t laugh out loud looking at your living room, however I did chuckle and grin. Thank you. I hope you get lots of sunshine to melt all the snow in the morning light. Tell Bridget I think she looks prettier looking directly at the camera. lol
    It’s hard for me to type here having Lily my chi with her head on my arm.
    dogs!

  35. BadgerRickInWis says:

    I was NOT laughing, I promise……..OK well maybe a little snicker.

    But look at the bright side, you’ve got a snug little BLT, full tanks of propane, a beautiful and warm little companion, a good internet connection, a snuggly comforter, all these blogorinos and your new cameras not sitting in the pocket of that snow covered lounge chair.

    Your still livin’ the dream girl. It’s just that sometimes we dream in black and white.

    • BadgerRickInWis says:

      BTW, this would be a great chance to actually read the owners manual of that spiffy new picture shooter you got. 🙂

    • BadgerRickInWis says:

      And I almost forgot.

      By monday morning the sun will be shinning, the snow will be gone and you most definitely will NOT be headed towards a classroom of disrespectful over pampered teenagers. Enjoy.

  36. John in Yuma says:

    Forecast for Yuma is 108 high 83 low through the weekend. I would enjoy a spate of that weather.

  37. virginia Henkaline says:

    OK I am sorry, Sue, but I had to laugh, and out loud , when I saw your reading chair covered with snow!! Just take Bridget’s lead and snuggle under the covers too. Maybe douse the shorts for a while..but you are certainly flexible and I know you will be ok. Great experience, isn’t it?

  38. Sue, I LOVE snow. I get giddy like a school girl with my excitement bubbling up into my throat. Sip come cocoa and crawl in with Bridget for some quality reading time.
    Juley

  39. MB says:

    Hey Sue! Sorry about the white stuff! It’s pretty but I dream of just following the “warm” one day too. I have friends who live near Afton, WY. It’s on 89 in the Star Valley. Beautiful! Ron says he doesn’t get what all the upset is about…..they DO SO have summer…..every July 20th! LOL! Carolyn works at the hospital there and they do a benefit rodeo. I helped with the food booth two years in a row. The first one was hot as…..well….you know! We traded cold drinks for hot cider for the second because it SNOWED! Uhhhhh……did I mention that it was the 4th of JULY Rodeo???? LOL! Love WY though! Great country and great people. Have fun snuggling. And safe travels wherever you go from here. Love, MB from VA

  40. Pamela K. says:

    As a full-time RVer, I had to give a hardy laugh at this post. I, too, would prefer my snow on my computer’s wallpaper thank-you 😉 Well Miss Sue and Crew, you now have some of the best photos for your seasonal holiday cards! Love the one with the snow caps on the rear window. And, of course, that one of your reading room…perfect for reading The Night Before Christmas, yes? LOL, I can almost see you doing that – complete with wearing a Santa Suit and Miss Bridge as your Elf! Seriously, I tease only because I love reading your adventures so much. Loved the mug shots of Blondie and White Face, what a Hoot! Snuggle in and stay ever safe in your travels, may The Road Be Good To You Always.
    Pamela K.

    • Cari in Plano Texas says:

      I love the visual you create of Sue in her Santa suit and Bridget as the elf out in the snow! Now that would make a great photo!

      • Pamela K. says:

        Thanks Cari,
        If anyone could pull it off, Miss Sue and her crew could for sure, and do it in grand style!

  41. Donna P says:

    You’re the first person I thought of when I saw the weather report of SNOW!! What does that tell ya about your faithful readers???

  42. Toni says:

    See, *this* is why I asked about how low a temperature the Casita could handle without worrying about freezing plumbing.

  43. Cat Lady (on the road in Bradyville, TN) says:

    weather, I responded (again) to your reply to my question on yesterday’s blog post. Turns out Sue posted this latest one and I did not see it until I had already posted my question.

    In my second question to you, I said that I had signed up for the “Change Detection” that you suggested but that I still was not getting notifications from them either. I asked what you selected on their site for them to let you know immediately when Sue’s updates were available. Apparently, I chose the wrong thing (ya think?). Any help you can give would be appreciated. Thanks, weather.

    Cat Lady

    • weather says:

      When I read all the info available about Changedetection,I decided not to sign up!They would alert me to ANY change on the page.Meaning-1oo comments and replies would find 200 Emails in my box-no thanks.So perhaps you want to leave things as they are for now?

      • Susan, MS says:

        Sorry Cat Lady, I was the one that suggested changedetection. I can’t remember what all I did when I signed up, but I only get notified when Sue makes a comment or a new post. Guess I must have clicked on something that just selected her comments. There is also a slight delay in receiving a notification email from when a comment or post was posted..

      • John K - Mobile, AL says:

        Hi Weather,

        After you type in the website and your email address, on the next page are some settings. Choose “sizable change” and then how often you want to be notified. I just signed up and selected once a day. It shows the last sizable change was when Sue posted last. Not on the comments page, but a new post. I haven’t tested it yet, but that is my interpretation.

        John

  44. Hi Sue,
    I’m near Rapid City experiencing similar conditions. The snow is beautiful, and it fell all day yesterday ….big fluffy flakes. Trying to enjoy it ‘in the moment’ since I’m not in a rush to go anywhere. It’s nice and toasty….well 60 degrees, that’s comfortable for me in a sweatshirt….in my Casita. Sleeping with my two furry Goldens and two comforters, so no problems there! This morning it’s 30, and they say it will hit 55 later on. I was just outside with the dogs, and that’s…invigorating! 🙂 Also I was rewarded with a very beautiful sunrise.
    Snuggling back into the comforters with my coffee….hey, I’m liking this lifestyle, snow and all! 🙂

  45. Also wanted to mention that I met a fellow blogarino (sp?) at Americas Mailbox! Hi Krystina if you are reading!

    • Krystina in Box Elder SD says:

      Hi Micky! I wrote about meeting you on yesterdays post. How are you doing “over there”? Yep, 32 degrees this morning but the sunrise was super. So happy to have met you! Enjoy the warmer weather today.

  46. JodeeinSoCal says:

    Seems there were many of us laughing 🙂 With you of course. I won’t be laughing this afternoon when it’s 108 and a little humid! Glad you’re all bundled up – and that you refilled your propane this week – and that you’re not parked in the mud. Enjoy your pretty wonderland 🙂

  47. mockturtle says:

    Well, I did warn you! 😀

  48. Anne S says:

    I live in Wisconsin, but one of my employees is from Lander WY. The other day I shared your rodeo post with her, since she likes seeing pictures of home.

    Last night as we were closing up shop, she showed me the snow pictures her family had been sending her throughout the day, and we wondered if you were still camped there, stuck in the icky weather.

    Hope you get out soon, and that you can put the cold weather camping behind you!

  49. FLKamper says:

    It was me, I was laughing out loud at your snow covered camp chair!

  50. Sherry in MT says:

    Sue, tell your neighbor not to RUN! We are supposed to be back in the 80s by mid week and this weekend is going to be STUNNING to see the Rocky Mountain scenery. Stay warm for now though!

  51. It’s beautiful! Transitional weather is amazing.

  52. Kellee says:

    The snow is beautiful – you sound so cozy in your trailer! The Tetons are lovely and I hope you convinced your neighbor to stay a bit. We saw them in July one year and there was snow on the peaks!

    Stay warm –

  53. Krystina in Box Elder SD says:

    The black and white photos are beautiful!! I admit, the reading room pics had me laughing out loud! Sorry. I am one person who loves snow…crazy I know.

    You know what RVSue….as I was reading this post I began to realize that you seem to be doing better after your loss of Mr. Spike. Your humor here was really great. I was sooo happy to see that 🙂 Stay warm in your little bubble and kiss Bridget for me.

    • AZ Jim says:

      Kyrstina, Those are actually not black and white but they do appear that way. If you notice the side of the PLT you’ll see color. I lived in Wessington Springs, Pukwana and Chamberlain as I spent years in SD. Still have many friends there.

    • Connie & Mugsy (MN/AZ) says:

      I thought that they were black and white at first too. Then I realized that the bus was blue and there was color here and there hidden in the snow on the other photos. Snow storms tend to make a black and white world.

  54. edlfrey says:

    You picked the ‘snow bowl’ of WY as the place to camp. Lander does not get the most snow of places in WY but it ranks at about #7. However, look at it in relation to its neighbors especially Riverton which is only 25 miles away.
    North – Central Wyoming
    Average total snowfall for a year
    Days Place Inches
    8.4 Boysen Reservoir Dam 11.9
    36.7 Lander 91.4
    22.4 Riverton 37.1
    34.1 Ten Sleep 59.2
    11.9 Thermopolis 26.7
    23.4 Worland 30.0

  55. Teri in SoCal says:

    I know it’s not the best situation to be in, as far as weather is concerned. But I can’t help but wish I were there, instead of here.

    Anytime I hear or read about someone having an asthma attack it makes me worry for them, whether I know them or not. I suffer from it myself, been hospitalized 5 times from attacks. The last time I was in the hospital for two weeks. I hope your camping neighbor is doing much better.

    Have a wonderful day!

  56. rvsueandcrew says:

    GOOD MORNING, EVERYBODY!!

    We made it through the night! Bridget and I went for a walk around the campground this morning. Icicles are hanging from the eaves of the vault toilet house. Imagine sitting down in there!

    The solar panel is covered with frozen snow that fell from the sky and from the tree branches above it. I’m going offline this morning. I have the PTV warming up right now and in a few minutes Bridget and I will drive around to see the countryside. The roads are dry and the sun is shining.

    I enjoyed all the comments, even from those of you who laughed! See ya’ later . . .

  57. suzago says:

    Well that puts my whining into perspective. It’s *cold* here outside Boston, low 60s… But now I’m grateful it’s not snowing! When I first thought of making big changes in my current life, I was going to get a trailer and roam the West and NEVER live through another NE winter again. I’m nearly done with the first part of the equation– job resigned (small teacher pension on its way — I entered teaching late, so the $ is small, but, like you, enough for a good base), household goods nearly gone, home repairs & fixups underway in preparation for sale. But instead of hitting the road, I’ve decided to relocate to mid-Hudson NY (near your childhood home, I think — not sure exactly where you grew up) for the next year or two. I’ll be living *very* simply, grad student style, in a tiny 1BR apartment, researching a book set in that area. My friends are aghast I’m selling all my decorative junk (so many boxes of Halloween doodads, Christmas trimmings, door wreaths for every season, etc), enough vases to outfit a florist, all the Girl Scout camping and picnic gear — everything! I’m blessed with elderly parents who have a big (dry) garage and can store the family heirlooms that my grown daughters might want someday, but I was very careful to only pack family history. Everything else can be used by someone now. Anyway… I will have to keep my snow boots! And at least one snow shovel (for when the apartment manager inevitably doesn’t shovel early enough or well enough). And I’ll have to brace myself for at least one or two more NE winters. I’m giving myself a 1-2 year deadline (if at the end of the first year it looks like a bust, I’ll call it quits and move on — but if it looks promising, I’ll give myself a 2nd year to finish it). At the end of that, I’ll get my own version of PTV & BLT and either have a book to sell and promote around the country, or I’ll do some freelance writing jobs and vagabond. Either way, I’ll be on the road after two years. But your post reminds me that as much as we list and plan, there are so many things beyond our control that we just have to bundle up and get through. Enjoy your cozy snuggle time with little Bridget.

  58. Millie says:

    As a transplanted Northerner I find the pictures just beautiful. I confess, I do miss snow…or rather I guess I miss the “theory” of snow…I don’t miss the shoveling, scraping, slipping, falling….oh yeah, maybe I don’t miss it so much!!

    Enjoy snuggling with Bridgie, reading a good book and having a hot cup of tea or coffee!

  59. Shirlene says:

    Good Morning Sue, Glad you made it through the night, you had plenty of company judging by the times of the postings last night. I checked the Landers webcam this morning and could see the sun was out and you are blessed with a beautiful day…Have fun exploring and drive safely…take lots of pictures for us to drool over. Love to you and Bridge.

  60. DesertGinger says:

    Hey Sue …. I suspect you guys will have a fabulous day, checking out the beautiful snow that is melting and going away!

    AZ in 90s again, and getting up to 3 digits this weekend. But there is still a nip in the air in the morning that says fall is here.

    Neighbor is taking me grocery shopping today. I guess that will be my excitement for today. Otherwise just sitting in my recliner waiting to get better. Doing my therapeutic exercises twice a day. Being sick is pretty much just boring. I so hope I get well enough soon to get back out there!

    • Shirlene says:

      Hoping you get well soon also…we will be waiting.

    • weather says:

      Hm-m Ginger,I remember being bored -waiting at red lights on my way to work-probably the only times I’ve ever been bored behind the wheel.I played music and pretended I was dancing-the time flew right by.I’m just saying,we can’t expect to have fun dancing next chance we can make to get together-unless you really remember how!Start practicing woman!- while you’re in that chair,the price of boots sure ain’t heading down! 🙂

      • DesertGinger says:

        Weather you are pretty funny! 🙂

        • weather says:

          Ha!-way more in person than in print.So,back to the boots-have you figured out what kind you really want?You couldn’t pay me to wear the pointed toe ones to dance more than once in-other than that- leather in general’s totally hot !

  61. Pauline from Mississippi says:

    Have to admit….I chuckled when I saw the snow!! However, I am glad you weren’t traveling in it. The pictures make me want to grab a quilt…some hot chocolate and good cozy mystery story and just camp in my recliner. Guess you will be traveling south soon!
    Hugs to you and Bridget…Love you

  62. AZ Jim says:

    Like Ginger said, still warm here but the end is near. By the time you wander down it will be beautiful. Snow will just be a memory. Our sunshine is “no shovel” as you know. Today I saw the first sign of Autumn, a Colorado license plate in the Safeway parking lot. Detta and I got our flu shots and this is a hint to you and all our blog family who read it. Do it.

  63. Hi Sue,
    First, I am late in saying it, only because I didn’t want to add to the abundance of comments, but we were very sorry to read about Spike. You have our condolences, and you weren’t forgotten or ignored. We were just feeling your grief. Our own Angel, now 8 years old, is our “baby”, and we can understand. I only wish we could have gotten out there sooner, to let him experience the joy of travel, and hope that we can make up for it starting next summer.

    As to why I am commenting today, I didn’t check past posts, but have you thought about using plain old bubble wrap, available at any Walmart or shipping store, for your windows, instead of Reflectix? By putting the bubbles toward the glass, it traps air in between for insulation, while still allowing light to come through, so that you don’t feel like you’re in a cave, or have to use lights and add to your battery draw. Clear packaging tape works well to seam pieces together to make them big enough to cover the windows, and can also seal the edges around the window.

    Just a thought.

  64. Deb from NJ says:

    Okay….I am sorry for laughing! But it is pretty funny! I camped out at Yellowstone once and heard something outside in the morning, looked out and it was the snow sliding off of my tent. Was not expecting that either. Life is full of adventures!!!

    Have a great day!

  65. MK in NE GA for now says:

    Beautiful and I’d be in 7th heaven! The photos are great and Sue you can at least take this opportunity to brag on your Casita and how well it does in cool/cold weather! And at least you won’t be needing the Bear horn since they might already be in hibernation.

  66. Cari in Plano Texas says:

    I wasn’t laughing at your words and photos, I was sighing with envy. It’s been in the high 90s and even 100 degrees here this week 🙁 But today it’s rainy and cool (67 degrees currently), with more cool weather predicted for the weekend.

    Your luck with weather reminds me of several trips I took with my mother. One year we went to England in September. They had a heat wave and everyone was walking around in shorts. Not us, though, we had brought long pants and long sleeve shirts. Then a few years ago we went to Colorado Springs in September. Woke up the first day to 3″ of snow on the ground. Residents told us, oh, it never snows before Halloween. Needless to say, spent the next 2 days in the hotel room. I was ready and willing to get out and drive the second day, my mother not so much. Thank goodness for snacks we had brought and an extensive breakfast buffet in the hotel. Then Yellowstone 2001 – June 1 it snowed on us!

    You should write the Casita folks and talk about your experiences with their trailer in this cold weather. It would make some great marketing material!

  67. Sue (Alabama) says:

    I absolutely love the pictures of the snow!! So wish I was there. Last Thanksgiving our family (11) decided to go camping right here in central Alabama, Mt Cheaha. The grands in tents, the adults in popups!! We stayed 7 days, and yup on day three we woke up to 3″ of snow! It was marvelous!! Thanksgiving day we set up the tables, crock pots, and heaters and had dinner all bundled up at the picnic tables! It was a great time making memories!! Needless to say this year we are all going to Destin, Fl camping this Thanksgiving!

    You and Bridget have a wonderful time exploring that beautiful area. Love the new camera, seems to take great pictures. Of course it wouldn’t work without your wonderful eye! I had just purchased a new camera just before you and darn wish it had been after I would have researched yours.

  68. Applegirl NY says:

    Well, I would be laughing, except that when we’re buried this winter, you’ll be in the sunny southwest.

    I’m very excited, though, I’ve booked some time down south for my hubby and I to get away in our Casita in February. We’re hoping also to do some boon-docking in the southwest, but it depends on how long we can get away.

    As beautiful as a snowfall can be, I find it looses all of its charm around January 2.

  69. Applegirl NY says:

    Sue, I forgot to add that the picture of that fish from yesterday’s post was amazing. Looks like your new camera is a winner!

  70. Denise - Richmond VA says:

    Hi. Sue,

    Well, the storm finally caught up to you! Beautiful pictures of the snowy campsite. I smiled and chuckled a bit, but knew that you and Bridget were warm, safe, and were prepared to deal with a change in the weather. I know you and Bridget will be having a blast exploring the area after it warms up a bit – have fun!! Hugs from me and Gracie pup!

  71. Denise - Richmond VA says:

    I’m back….I have a couple of no-slip ice runners that I put out on my steps and walkway when it gets snowy and icy. They are made out of a coir fabric, with gripping rubber underneath. If memory serves, I think they cost less $20 for a set of two. Might be a good item for you to have, just in case you get caught in wintry weather and have it wait it out. Might make potty runs a little safer. The runners are reusable and do not take up a lot of space. 🙂

  72. Taranis says:

    Wow! I miss snow. Grew up in Colorado. If I’d woken up to that I’d have been out dancing in it. Me, all 6’6″ and 230lbs frolicking in the slowly falling flakes. Love it!

    Add in camping? In the mountains? Oh heck yes. The little boy would come out for sure.

    Love the pictures, Ms. Sue!

  73. Ed says:

    A couple of years ago now, we took a late season road trip to the Tetons in our “toad”. Got in late in the afternoon just in time to get a few photos. Motel’d it in Jackson and woke up to at least 8 inches of snow. The forecast was for more that night so we headed south. Unfortunately, the roads would require us to put chains on our front tires (FWD). A State Trooper came along and said “Everything all right?”. “Yep, just throwing chains on. Several miles down the road everything was cleared up. Stop. Take the chains off. Several more miles, more snow. I pull over and put chains back on. State Trooper arrives and says “Didn’t get very far, did ya”. Finally, we broke free of the weather and, you know what, we had a blast…chains or not. Have fun.

  74. Burrrrr… Here is northern Colorado. Waiting on parts, hope to escape before any of that gets us. Summer has been so mild I am looking forward to some heat in SOCAL.

    Safe travels. Stay warm.

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