Up early to temperatures in the 20s…..OH NO!!!! I am not liking that and neither is Fred. When I took him out this morning he could not wait to get back inside. LOL I took a few pictures while I was out.
The freightliner had a little bit of snow and ice on it.
This is what our snow looked like.
John and I met my good friend Charlotte for lunch. Charlotte and I have known each other since we were 12 years old and riding that big yellow school bus. She has always been there for me through the good, the bad and the ugly. It was really good to see her and catch up. She will be retiring this month and I wish her all the best.
After lunch I got my drivers license renewed. Finally! I have been putting it off. Don’t know why. I just seem to always have something else I would rather do. LOL
Our next stop was to visit Marcy at the hospital. The doctor is keeping her for another day. Hopefully she will be able to go home tomorrow.
On the road to the campground the traffic came to stand still. We saw police lights flashing and thought it was an accident of some sort but were surprised to see it was no accident but an escort for a wagon train. Yep….that’s right…a wagon trail with real horses on a busy street. John read that the wagon train riding into Jackson is an annual tradition to kick off the Dixie National Rodeo. Since we were stopped for them to pass I got some pictures. You never know what you will see on the road.
Laugh everyday. Happy trails. Stay safe.