Well, it got done to 25 degrees here last night, and with the rain we had yesterday afternoon, there was ice and icicles everywhere. In fact, when I got up about 9:30 this morning, it was still only 28, and didn’t get above freezing until about 1pm, finally making it up to 42 for about 15 minutes and then falling again.
About 2 pm I got a phone call from the park office, telling me that they had just cut my water off because water was running out of the front of our rig. I said, “From the front of our rig?”, thinking maybe he was talking about the drip that occurs when our fresh water overflows from the weak check valve.in the water.
He said, “Yes, it was pouring out the front of your rig.” I said, “Well, I don’t see anything running out.” Then he said, “ Where are you right now?”
“I’m sitting right here in our rig.” He said, “You’re in A32?” “No, I’m in C32.”
“Oh, Never mind.”
I can only think that someone left their rig overnight with the water on, the pipes froze and broke, and when they thawed out, the rig flooded. Glad it wasn’t us.
I did manage to get some more done inside, going through stuff, since it was too cold to work outside. Maybe tomorrow.
About 4:30 we headed out for dinner at Sealand Seafood in La Grange once again. Debi and Ed Hurlburt, and Jan and I first ate here last Friday, and it was so good we came back tonight, along with Gregg and Lynette McHenry.
Gregg and Lynette are blog readers, and also fellow gate guards, working for Gate Guard Services like us.
It was another of those RV’er meals where we spend 45 minutes eating and then sit there just talking for the next couple of hours.
On the way home with Gregg and Lynette riding with us, we stopped off at HEB for a few things. The park is having a potluck supper Wednesday night and Jan needed some stuff for her dish.
We’re now looking at snow and freezing rain tonight, with a low of 28 degrees.
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