|The saguaro has bad days, too. Don't stoop to his level.|
We ran into someone we know in the ShurSave. He asked if we had moved back, or if we were just visiting. Awkward. Luckily, he was wearing mismatched shorts and shirt, or I would have felt ridiculous.
We're beginning to "winterize" the Duck. The "winter" is "real" and doesn't need "inappropriate quotation marks," but our "winterizing" is not the usual RV type, where toxic pink fluid is poured into fresh water pipes to prevent freezing. People, this is what vodka is for. We hope, expect, intend to winter, for as long as we're here, in the motorhome.
I wanted a heat-reflective mattress pad/blanket. Remember? Well, ask, and ye shall be told where to go pay for it: here. I got a 10 yard roll this week, and I'm this close to cutting a piece big enough to fit between the sheet and comforter of our Travasak winter side. I also plan to make a curtain liner. Tell me what you think: reflective surface on both sides (this requires sewing; let this factor weigh heavily in your advice), or single-sided that we take off and flip depending on which side of the windows we need heat to stay [on].
I'd like to end on an uplifting note. Enjoy, and let your spirits soar: