Here's what we woke up to in San Antonio this morning...
|Ice coated our 5th wheel.|
|And The Beast|
|Close up pic of the bumper on Bob's truck.|
|Spigot dripping + 35 mph wind = ice art|
|Close up of ice art in the grass.|
|Ice box effect.|
Because our freeways were closed due to ice on bridges and overpasses in San Antonio, a rally staying in our park couldn't leave by 11:00 a.m. (of course no one was coming in either).
The rally's Wagonmaster headed out around noon to scope out the roads. The roads must have opened by 1:30 p.m. because about 18 RVs pulled out in staggered groups of three or four starting around that time.
(Note: The people who REALLY deserve credit in our park during the freezing weather are our maintenance guys who go out to repair broken pipes, disperse puddles of water with a blower, unblock sewers, rake up leaves, and clean up broken branches, as well as the guys who pump propane. Thank you, thank you, thank you!)
Tonight's temperature is predicted to be 30°. Then it warms up for Saturday and Sunday. On Monday night another cold blast is coming that is predicted to last until Thursday, Jan. 30. No forecast beyond that for now. I look forward to more normal winter temps of 60-70 degrees.
As usual the fur-kids are adorable. Here they are...
|Time for some serious grooming.|
Travel Bug chillin' out.