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Borrego Springs, CA

Saturday, July 7, 2012

Just a quick note

Well, the weatherman got it right again today.  With temps forecasted in the triple digits, I was out early this morning to get things ready for my departure tomorrow.  By the time I got the DISH packed, dumped the tanks, swept and rolled up the outside carpet, and put away everything from outside I was dripping wet.  I had to take my glasses off because they were fogged up and the sweat was pooling in them.  Goodness, it was sure hot and muggy!  All I have left for tomorrow is to unhook the utilities, pull in the slides, raise the levelers and hook up the toad. 

Since I’ll be spending the next week at Jenny Wiley State Park, Kentucky, in the Appalachian Mountains, I have no idea if I will have air card reception.  So, if you don’t hear from me, know that I’m just in an internet dead zone.  I looked up the forecast for that area, and after tomorrow, temps are supposed to cool some with highs only in the mid 80’s.  I can deal with that!

Now I’m off for a dip in the pool one last time.  Apparently, the pool at the state park is only for the use of the lodge guests.  What’s up with that?

Thanks for stopping by… talk to you later,  Judy

26 comments:

  1. Have a good trip, and a wonderful time at your destination.

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  2. Anyone paying for a room or a site at the park should be able to use the pool!!! My experience is that pools are usually not used. Every time I took my grandkids to my condo pool or an RV park pool, we were the only ones there.

    I'm wondering, though, how do they know if you are at the hotel or not??? If you have the nerve to do it, just walk in like you belong there and jump in. If you get caught, play dumb. Unless they have a coded gate or something like that.

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  3. We had that heat and humidity all last week, storms came from the northwest and moved it all southeast.... Lucky you!!!! Can't wait to see our electric bill!!! Stay cool my friend, and travel safely.

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  4. Ha, ha, no triple digits, no sympathy!!! Just lower 90's

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  5. hot and muggy..sounds just lovelyl!..not!!..nice to be all organized for your travel day tomorrow!

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  6. I we don't hear from you, we'll miss you, be we'll understand.

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  7. You are really organized. I guess you must have full hook ups to have dumped the tanks the day before. You are all set for a quick get away. Hope it does turn out to be cooler where you are headed.

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  8. Jim has most of our stuff ready to go in the morning. We'll need to unplug the electric and hitch up but that's about it. Our humidity isn't anything like yours but even still, he was up early this morning to get it done. I'm hoping you have internet but we'll hear from you when you can post. Be safe.

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  9. I give you my permission to use that pool. (for what that's worth!)

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  10. Judy...We finally got some cooling temps here..It was 107 on our deck at 4PM...but it is now 9Pm and it is 79 degrees on our deck..The Northeast winds are rolling through, but still NO RAIN...and none forcast for another week...All my plants are soooo suffering, no matter how much I water...Glad you are moving on..hopefully for a cooler climate and some rain..

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  11. If you are in an Internet dead zone, does that make you an Internet Zombie???

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  12. Safe and cool travels to you, Judy and Emma!

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  13. If you get stopped form entering the pool, tell them you are a travel writer and you are writing a review on the park and you need to inspect the facility. Total truth!!

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  14. The only time I like hot and muggy is in Mexico and there's a cold Margarita in my hand and a pool to cool off in! ;-)

    Safe travels!

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  15. PA is also forcasted in the 80's for the next week. Just had very hot (mid and upper 90's) and muggy the past few days. Is western PA on your schedule to visit by any chance? It's beautiful here :)

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  16. Hope that cooler weather finds you. Safe Travels.

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  17. The hot temps up north have put Florida in a high pressure area and has kept us dry and storm free for the most part. I hope your temps cool down and we stay hurricane free! Safe travels.

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  18. Hopefully this hot air mass will be moving out soon. High here in NE GA Mtns lately has been between 95-100. Travel safe

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  19. Enjoy that last dip in the pool!! I am sure it will feel wonderful in this heat! Wishing you safe travels and cooler temps!!

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  20. I would just go on in and if someone questions you about it you can play dumb. Smile and say you misread the sign or something. Would they really throw out a wonderful lady like you? I think not.

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  21. I'm with the rest, go jump in the pool!

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  22. Safe travels try to stay cool/

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