Since the weather is still hot, Duane and I have been spending our days and evenings working on our projects. I am crocheting like mad to complete my project before the weather in the Bay Area of CA gets chilly. I am making afghan squares from scrap yarn to extend our son's queen-sized afghan to king-sized. It takes me about 45 minutes to make one square, and I need to add 56. Duane is roughing out our grandkids’ hand-carved Christmas ornaments for this year. He has 13 to make. Between times he plays serious pickleball at 7am at the park’s pickleball court and visits at the clubhouse for a yak break. I walk around the park, reading as I go, stop at the clubhouse to put a few pieces in the jigsaw puzzle, and play cards (Hand and Foot) 3 nights a week.
Today we stuck to the program until the evening. Duane went to play evening pickleball in Wickenburg. I went to the rv park/residents carry-in supper (forgot my camera, so no pix). I met some new people from the rv park and got reacquainted with several residents who have returned to the park after being gone for the hot summer. Two of these people and I made plans to restart the 4pm just-for-fun pickleball games on Friday. As more and more people return to the park, activities are ramping up. Maybe I will remember to take my camera to the next activity.
Louise and Duane