Bad Knees and Lost Watches . . .

My knee seems to be pretty much back to normal, so we walked this morning but kept it to half a mile to see how my knee was going to do.

Getting back to the rig, we sat outside and had our coffee with Nick and Terry, and finished off the last of the cheesy bread we had leftover from Mancino’s Pizza.

A little later we were joined by Phyllis and Dick Schell, blog readers and friends we first met years ago at one of Nick’s Gypsy Journal Rallys. We sat out there talking and laughing until almost 1:30 when a rain shower chased us inside.

But we did make a dinner date for El Maguey tonight.

I never did make it down to the Verizon store today, and I still haven’t restored my contact list. But that’s probably because I didn’t even try to fool with it. One reason is that I’m still thinking about just going ahead and upgrading to a Galaxy S5. I’ve had my Samsung Charge since August 2011, so it’s probably about time. We’ll see how it plays out.

During our walk this morning, we found a watch along the roadway that I turned into Gita at the park office. It was in good shape and still running, and had a blue woven band. It looks like the pin on the band just came loose and it fell off.

Later in the afternoon we got some heavy rain, with more to come. It’s part of the cold front coming through, giving us highs in the 70’s tomorrow and the 60’s on Wednesday.

It’s June. Where’s summer?

About 4:30 we teamed up with Phyllis and Dick Schell, and along with Nick and Terry, we all headed over to El Maguey for dinner. And like usual when you get a bunch of RV’ers together, we did as much talking as eating. A good thing for Nick and I.

Tomorrow, the Verizon store. Maybe.

Thought for the Day:

I chose to be a sheepdog once I saw what happens to the sheep.