We’ve been home a little over two weeks, now. Nothing of much interest to blog about. The weather hasn’t been conducive to much outdoor activity. Cold, cloudy, rainy; you get the picture.
My brother purchased another small house from the bank. We’ve been working on it a couple days a week. Would rather be doing new construction than tearing out and remodeling, but it is something to do. We’ve added a new metal roof, fascia and soffits, and hung some replacement sheetrock. It’s amazing how they built houses back in the 1950’s-60’s. Very apparent energy conservation wasn’t a priority.
We plan to have the Casita rolling again the end of the week. A rally in Alabama which started five years ago as a small gathering of Casita owners. I think we had about 12-15 trailers, most all strangers to each other, meet over Saint Patrick's Day weekend. Fun was had by everyone, and it was decided to do it again in 2012. Word spread, and we outgrew the campground in 2013 with about sixty rigs. We moved to a larger COE campground last year, and filled it up. This year the rig count is over 100. I think it’s called Southern Hospitality.
Messing around with my blog on Blogger. Decided to change the header picture after four years. Always liked the picture of the Casitas in line, cruising down Hwy. 12 in Southern Utah. May go back to it at some point, but after enjoying our time in Kofa National Wildlife Refuge this past February, thought a picture of our campsite would be appropriate.