Woke up hoping for more warm temps but instead we got 39 degrees. The good thing was the rain was gone. Yeah! John checked with the maintenance man at the park to see when the water might be turned on and found out it will probably be next week. Since we still have to conserve water in the RV the laundry has started to pile up so we walked up the hill to the laundromat. On the way up we encountered snow flurries. Now I am thinking, “You have got to be kidding me”. Of course John just laughed it off. He doesn’t mind the cold weather like I do. By the time the laundry was done the snow flurries were gone. Yeah!!
We got a little bored this afternoon and walked over to the clubhouse to play Spinner dominoes. No one was there so it was just John and I. We played two rounds and he beat me. The first round he won by a landslide. He scored 3 and I scored 167. The second round he scored 17 and I scored 52. I was getting better but dinner time approached. Maybe I will beat him tomorrow. LOL
Tomorrow I understand the weather is supposed to be warm. If so we plan to drive into Cambridge and walk the historic downtown area. While in Cambridge I will have to go by the Wal-Mart pharmacy to pick up my prescriptions. When I called to order the refills yesterday I was informed that the prescriptions could not be refilled because of a new law recently passed in Ohio. It was explained to me that, in the state of Ohio, after the original prescription has been filled only one transfer will be allowed. I was also informed that other states have adopted this same law. The only reason we use Wal-Mart in the first place is because they have a database that keeps up with all of our prescriptions filled and can refill them in whatever state we are in. Well this puts a crimp in that plan. I ended up calling my doctor and getting new prescriptions for 90 day supplies faxed to the Cambridge Wal-Mart. This whole situation is very frustration to me. Just wondering if any of our fellow RVrs have experienced this.
Laugh everyday. Happy trails. Stay safe.