Oct 26, 2013

The final hours

Not fair having my blog hijacked while I slept last night  😳

It continued cold and damp through the day Friday.  Lucky me, my jobs were all inside ones unlike Colin.  He is a real trooper.

The fog and drizzle made for unpleasant last minute to dos. Soon this will be all behind us.


Both my car and the golf cart are tarped for the winter.

Now that the shed has been loaded into our tow car, the HHR, we can put the final patio furniture away.

I have to say I was overwhelmed at first trying to get this stuff put away.

I did get all of this plus more put away.

No wonder I fell asleep waiting for dinner.  At least I did have it planned. Thanks for feeding me Colin.

Still lots to do today. Many last minute details which includes the fridge.  That is easy, everything from one fridge just goes into the other fridge.  I do know that I will have way too much for the freezer but that will be a last minute call.

The big plan is to get the house winterized today and we have the builder coming to do the blowout this afternoon.  After that we will start our six months of living in the RV.  I think the girls are as excited as we are.




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7 Responses to “The final hours”

  1. Had to laugh at the tinned sockeye salmon and the Heinz beans. The things that you learn aren’t available in Mexico…!

  2. Peter says:

    Oh my,

    Looks like you’re starting a corner store!
    Contessa’s little shop of tasty treats!

    Looking forward to reading abiut your winter…


  3. Deb says:

    Keep in touch along the way. Hope you have a smooth journey.

  4. Pat says:

    Hi Contessa, Colin and girls,

    Safe travels on your journey south tomorrow!! How exciting that the day has finally arrived. Hoping for a restful and recuperative winter for you Contessa. Stay in touch, P

  5. Carol says:

    Just taking a moment to wish you Bon Voyage and a safe journey…See you on the Isla…Carol

  6. Karen says:

    Safe journey

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