Having to deal with substandard internet is one of the frequent challenges of living in an RV. At our current location I signed up and paid for one month and it had been working pretty good...until the other day.
We couldn't get signed on and so I decided to call the number provided for assistance. I was waiting for the message to direct me to which extension I wanted as it said to ask for extension two.
Instead I got a message that said the owner had not yet set up a voice mail box....sorry...goodbye.
The other alternative was to contact them by email. So, I sent a message via my phone since I couldn't get logged on to contact my provider.
Never did hear from them, but the internet was fine the next day, so I guess it's not too bad.
Friday it rained....all day. We finally went for a drive up the mountains to visit the little restaurant at Tortilla Flats for lunch.
The coloration of the hills was actually prettier with the rain and there was a definite greening up.
The afternoon was spent working on a jigsaw puzzle with Larry while Left Brain snatched a catnap with Gracie on his lap.
George has finally decided that Larry is okay and has been coming nearer to him each day. Gracie got over that a long time ago and has been sleeping with him each night. No wonder we've been getting such an improved sleep.
Larry is a "dog" person and Gracie has been trying to tap into his latent "cat" tendencies and convince him that the feline race is far superior. I don't think he's completely swayed, but they seem to have developed a definite bond.
Hopefully the rain will subside soon and we can all get outside again to run and play.
Long Live the Queen of Rainy Days