However in this case, I'm not complaining at all. The "Historic" snow fall that we were supposed to get in our area was mostly just a cold rain with an occasional snowflake. The best part was that there was nothing to shovel. Dodged a bullet. Phew!
Along the way yesterday something else we've been waiting to see slipped in and surprised us.
Sometime yesterday, our realtor swung by and changed the sign in front of our house from "For Sale" to "Sold". We're counting down the days to November 28th when we close. :c)
Another really nice thing happened last night. Marti and I got a chance to meet a wonderful couple that have been reading our blog and weren't afraid to be seen in public with us. :cO
Steve and Karen Fischer are fellow RVers on their way to the full time lifestyle in their Tiffin Phaeton motorhome. They've been RV owners for years and traded up to the motorhome just last year. They are planning on putting the house on the market next spring. It was a wonderful time being able to talk "RV" with them, trade ideas, plans, adventures and tips.
You meet the nicest people in the RV world and we look forward to seeing them again, hopefully they get on the road soon.
Sorry the picture is a little blurry, I forgot my camera (Duh!) so we used Marti's cellphone.
Today dawned clear, sunny...and cold. We had the appraiser and the house inspector coming today to do their portion of the necessary things required for the house sale. The inspector nicely asked us to leave so he could work with no "interruptions", he didn't have to ask twice. We beat feet and had a nice time enjoying a leisurely breakfast and doing some Christmas shopping for the grand kids.
After about four hours, we came home just as the home inspector drove away. I guess he was thorough in doing his job. We decided since it was such a nice sunny, cold day, we'd go for a ride on our scooters.
Marti on her blue one and my red one.
They are Honda 50CC scooters that we carry in the back of our Honda Element Toad. We call them the "Tadpoles". We don't often get a chance to ride them but hopefully we'll burn up the highway when we're gone full time.
So now that we've dodged that snow bullet, I'm left with my favorite job to take care of this week.
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