We have had several weeks of days 100 degrees or more with no rain. The ground is literally cracking open. Grass is quickly turning brown and plants look a bit wilted. The golf course is the only thing that's being watered. A three-foot long snake slithered across in front of me in the grass in the park the other day. I wasn't prepared to see it with the grass cut very low. He was heading very fast so I really didn't feel any threat although I am probably as fearful of snakes as I am of some people. I take my MACE with me when I use the bathhouses or go for walks alone. I just feel it's the best thing to do to protect myself from some weirdo that decides to find a victim in a park. I think snakes are out looking for water. I don't know how the poor squirrels and other creatures make it during droughts.
Due to the hail storm the middle of June, roofers fill the RV park with their campers and trucks. The park is almost full. I forgot to tell you about the weirdest little camper ever. Check out these pictures:
We have been busy trying to catch up our computer work, get repairs done on the RV and car because of the hail damage and take care of many other things in this area before we begin traveling again.
I will continue my post next week. It's 8:15 p.m. and I'm winding down again. I feel like a toy that's been wound up and now on the last movement before stopping.