Canyonville, OR: We didn't get very far today, did we? It's okay - we are right on schedule, which is carefully arranged around DT's call-in conference calls.
The white heron/crane was in the field outside our window again this morning, but the bird had been joined over-night with a flock of noisy Canada Geese.
Hitching the Jeep and going through the new-to-me towing procedure went very well again today. Maybe I will get the hang of the step-by-step directions before it is time to trade it in for a new model in seven years? I've decided to print a cheat-sheet... and, oh, did I mention, there is a similar (reverse) procedure to put the transmission back to a drivable situation? Oh, Honda... I miss you so.
We had a very easy, beautiful and pleasant drive 100 miles south along I-5. Clear skies and hillsides filled with colorful trees.
After checking-in to our campsite at 7 Feathers RV Resort, I took my camera for a walk and snapped a few photos of this beautiful park. Typical campsite - with our beautiful motorhome Pretty Autumn Leaves Indoor heated pool and spa! It is like a sauna in here. Klamath Creek meanders through the resort Seven Feathers RV Resort
While Dave had his phone meetings, I kicked-back with a needlepoint canvas. Always fun to start a new project. While I was stitching, a little wren sat outside the window and sang to me for the longest while.I think the bird was welcoming us back to life on the road?
Dinner tonight (Thursday is Soup Night) was prepared last week and frozen. I sauteed half an onion with a handful of chopped sage, tossed-in a few cloves of garlic (of course!), a package of already-peeled-and-chopped butternut squash (because I can sometimes be very lazy) and boiled the whole mess in veggie stock. After the squash was completely soft, the mixture was whirled in a blender until smooth, then frozen. Tonight I completely ruined the healthy status of the soup by thickening it with cream. Just a little. Tomorrow, we continue south.
Until my next update, I remain, your transitional correspondent.
RV PARK: 7 Feathers RV Resort - We have a long pull-through (full-service 50-amp) site and since mentioning a billboard we passed on I-5 today advertising $19 campsites Monday-Thursday, we are paying $19. Awesome! This is one of the nicest campgrounds in America.