Our schedule has finally settled down and we are enjoying the California sun and warmth. We are settled at the RV park where we'll stay for most of the remainder of this tour. It is always nice to move around less. Our RV park is quiet and clean with hot showers, although I must say the shower's themselves are . . . short...I looked at these vertically challenged shower heads in the women's bathroom and thought to myself . . . What in the world?!?
I keep picturing my dear friend who is 5' 9'' with long, thick hair, trying to rinse out shampoo...
By the way, Yes! you heard that right, word on the street is that the men's showers, which certainly get far less use (#boysliketobestinky) have perfectly tall shower heads! Oh the injustice of it all!!! ;)
Okay I'm done with that silly rant. Other than the short showers, the park is great and we are enjoying being here. The boys have been loving the pool and we have a nice spot with a picnic table which is helpful for homeschooling. All in all, we feel settled and are beginning to feel rested after the intense busyness of last month.
There was an airshow nearby this past weekend, so we spent the morning there. This week is mostly homeschooling for the boys and I and writing for Josh (he's working diligently to finish up the book he's writing!).
Tomorrow is the last day of sunshine for the next week or so, so we're going to take an early weekend day and visit Apple Hill! Josh's birthday is this week and mine is next, so we dub the days in between "birthday week" and try to do some extra fun family things. We'll see what else we come up with, but for now we're going to pick apples and pumpkins and enjoy the fall colors!
Hi! I'm Sarah
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