Wednesday, September 27, 2017 –
Somehow my last post, “There’s Gold in them there Hills” didn’t get published, a couple of days ago, so we re-published it today. I don’t know how that happened?
As a heads up for those local and have an interest, Saturday, September 30 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Vintage Camper Trailers will join 49er Village and RV Resort in Plymouth to provide the opportunity for folks to view and tour vintage RV’s. We are told there will be 250 trailers on display.
We left this morning for Shingle Springs to buy twelve gallons of paint Patty found on Craig’s List. It is Sherman Williams, which retails for $30 a gallon on sale. She bought all twelve gallons for $25.
We’ll be painting our house next week, and this will be the primer coat. Daughter Monique and Al (a professional painter) will come down from Redding to paint for us. It’s estimated to take three days.
It’s a beautiful day here. We expect it to be 80°. Returning from the paint buying spree, we’re leaving for Plymouth to have lunch with former co-worker Jeff at Colina De Oro, a Mexican restaurant. We have always thought the food good here. A visit with Jeff is a treat. He’s witty and smart, and a great person to many. I’m grateful to have known him for over 20 years now.
We left Plymouth and drove directly to the RV park at Jackson Rancheria Indian Resort and Casino to spend the afternoon with Jim and Elaine from Shingle Springs. They are staying there for a couple of days. We always enjoy being with them, and never pass up the opportunity to do so. Jim is a good cook, and made chicken fajitas with Spanish rice. Good food and company. We spent the entire afternoon there with them.