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... the sack. This was a really nice send-off from our friends.
March 2. Moving Day Again. It was raining when we got up but we didn’t have to leave right away since it was only 130 miles to Desert Hot Springs and checkout time is noon. The sun was shining when we were ready to go so we said our goodbyes to Maureen and Larry. RV Pro showed up finally and we settled up and arranged to ship the sensors. The weather stayed sunny until Temecula when we got some rain, ...
... the rescue. Chris was given the opportunity to pursue a work exchange with the Cork Office. We expected nothing, who could financially afford or desire a summer in America? It turns out that one family did, the Costellos hailing from the village of Cloughduv. We couldn't believe our luck! With gusto we immersed ourselves in preparing our home for visitors, planning our trip and preparing ourselves for the journey. As the days flew by and our ...
... out and around the marina taking some more photos for our memories of this beautiful place.
we then headed off to hire a "Stand - Up" paddle board. We all gave it a go and went well. No one fell in and we all made back to shore/ Jetty.
we then got back to the hotel, had showers and headed off for the NBA game. Doors opened at 6pm, so stopped off at McDonalds for dinner and then ...
... scores high and with time running down takes the heat! Ya!!!!! She is on the final!
We have time to watch the next semi and then boot back to plug the meter again. Steph has an awesome heat and Sally just can't get the right wave to pull it back. So... Steph and Tyler in the final.
Quickly we shoot back to the cars plug the meters and have time to grab a beer before the finals. We need to be quick as there is not much time in between and the bars ...
... lose interest in me once he realized I wasn't going to be able to have them work on it, but I did get some info out of him. He said it was most likely a fuel leak. It was ok to drive, but it would continue to get worse over time. So we felt comfortable moving on to our next destination, continuing the routine at each stop. I'm not sure which was worse, smelling the fuel during a stop or going through the routine and listening to Iris yell. Better find a mechanic soon.