Sunday, February 8
Bridget is anxious to start our second walk of the day. She barks at me to put down the Paperwhite and get out of the lounger.
“Okay, okay. Let me get the camera and we’ll go.”
I continue to be amazed how Bridget hikes all over the desert rocks without any damage to her pads.
For those of you who don’t read the comments under each post, Bridget’s face is close to normal again. The bump has shrunk, leaving a very small wound which is healing well.
What a relief! Thanks to everyone who offered suggestions and wished the Bridge well.
On our walk this evening we pass dark, volcanic rock.
Those are ocotillo growing among the rocks. No red blooms on these, although I’ve seen a few on others.
We need to make an early start tomorrow in order to break camp, drive the twelve miles to Yuma, go across town, and arrive at SunBum RV for our nine o’clock appointment.
Bridget and I walk a wide wash as the golden hour commences.
The clear sky makes a day sunny, but it doesn’t lend drama to photos. We walk in and out of shade. The palo verde branches look like they’re blown by wind. It’s really very calm.
Before going in for the night, I’ll start breaking camp to make life easier in the morning.
I’ll back up the Perfect Tow Vehicle in order to line up the hitch ball with the coupler within a few inches. Then hitching in the morning will go quickly.
I’ll pull the stakes and stow the outdoor rug and lounger in the PTV. I’ll take down the antenna pole and slide it into the BLT.
“Hey, Bridge. Are you going to lead us home? It’ll be dark soon.”
This has been a very peaceful, quiet camp.
The sunset on our last night at Ogilby Road . . .
Monday, February 9
The refrigerator service appointment goes well. When it’s done, Bridget and I travel to a new camp!
This has been an enjoyable and productive day. I’ll share the details of the RV service appointment, as well as the day’s travel to a new camp, in the next post.
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