hobie cat wave on lake L. B. J.
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Saturday, December 31, 2016 - January 18 ,2017. Well, we've made it to another year. 2016 has been an exciting and fun year, primarily because we've had the chance to spend much time with Slade, Candance, Anna and Evan. We've spent a lot of the year in our beautiful motorhome, starting just after the start of the year only a few feet from where we are now - here at Sigsbee Naval Base in Key West. We've had only one day since arrival that could be called less than perfect and on that day, the biggest problem was the wind. A cool front went through, it turned a little cooler - like the low 70's one day and a night when the temperature got down to the low 60's. Good sleeping. Generally, we start the day with a few minutes catching up on news (on the Internet) and e-mail. Then I've found several small projects to do on the motorhome. I've started waxing a small section each day, organizing things and generally just catching up on minor maintenance - fun things. I've also started taking the Florida Boaters license course so we can rent a boat at the on-base marina. Depending on whether I've had a drink or two, I can usually pass the test sections (there are six and I've passed two). By three in the afternoon, we're usually relaxing outside, talking to people we've met (there are a lot), listening to music, reading, walking or just chillin'. Clara's starting to walk a couple miles every day. She found an app on her phone that will track her distance and speed, so she is challenged every day to beat the day before. Plus she has somebody stopping by all day to chat. We've fixed her swing up and she'll "hold court" as long as anybody's willing to stop and chat. On Wednesday evening, we attended a broadway production of "42nd Street" at the Tennessee Williams Theater on the campus of Key West Community College. Last winter we found that every production at the theater was sold out before we even knew about it. This year we're better prepared. If the next three productions are as good as this one, we will see some pretty amazing stuff. There's a so-called Sigsbee Shuffle every morning as the exchanges go on with people moving out of the full hookup up campsites and back into the dry sections, and a group of people moving from the dry section to full hookup. We're doing very well without the full hookups. We just have to run either the big generator or the little Honda for a few hours a day to keep the batteries charged. And a few times we've cut the air conditioners on in the evening to cool the coach down before bed time. It gets pretty warm in the late afternoon inside but cools off nicely at night. Just running the air conditioners a few minutes makes it more comfortable sooner. I've added a "Gen-Turi" to the motor home. It's a generator exhaust extension system that helps dissipate exhaust gases away from the ground. When using the generator in a crowded area with little wind, the exhaust gases can stagnate and start bothering neighbors. On Friday, January 6, about two weeks after arrival, we make our first move to a full hookup site. It's our first time at what's called the "rock pile" campground just down the road. This is probably the least desirable (desirability is a matter of degree. All locations are desirable, it's just that some sites are closer to the water or may have a little better view of the water) of the three campgrounds on base. The sites in the "rock pile) are a little more crowded and there isn't much grass, but it hasn't bothered us at all. We still meet the same people we've made friends with, and with each move we meet new ones. Sunday, January 8. The weather changed rather dramatically yesterday. I had scheduled to be checked out on a small sailboat the Key West Sailing Club at 1 o'clock. Just as the instructor and I pulled away from the dock about 10 feet, the wind started howling and it started raining. The weather change is part of a massive cold air system covering the Eastern US, and the cold (cool) front hit with a vengeance. The winds have been 25-30 knots all Saturday afternoon and all day Sunday, and Sunday's high temperature is 66 degrees (Beaufort's high temperature is expected to be 27 and Spruce Pine.
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