We were unable to get propane Monday morning at the Co-op. We will have to meet the truck there Tuesday morning and have the tank filled directly from the truck.
And Tuesday is to be filled with rain. Ugh!
Leaving the Co-op we parked at the museum next door.
I was expecting the usual. Boy, was I ever wrong on my expectation.
I’ll work on putting a post or two together while trapped inside all day due to rain.
Noice the ‘No Pets’ sign. This reminded me of a stop we made in Kinsley, Kansas. It was over a hundred degrees. I had stopped to photograph the sign noting the exact midpoint between San Francisco and New York. They had a small museum. I stepped inside. It was so cool and comfortable in there with the air conditioner running and they had a lot of cool stuff to see also. I told the lady I would have to come back someday. “I can’t leave my cat out there in this heat” I told her. “Well bring her in” she said. Oh I could imagine how that would go. Beans would be into everything moving along at cat-speed. We’d never get through it all and we had miles to go to get out of the heatwave.
Here is one item that caught my eye in this museum.
I could use one of these.
I just don’t know how to fit a cat in it though.
After touring the museum...twice, I was ready for lunch. I planned on testing Chester’s Fried Chicken Sandwich. I wasn’t expecting much but was pleasantly surprised. It wasn’t bad. Not up there with Popeye’s but still just fine and it filled the void. I was given a side dish so chose the mashed potatoes with gravy. “Where’s the gravy?”
And a correction to the ‘the end of RV life’ post.
I had it in my mind that more wildfires are started by lightening than people,
when it was actually more land is burned from lightening-caused fires than human-caused fires.
Beans wants you to know that she cleans herself perfectly fine. No Bean cleaner needed!
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