When we first retired, anxious friends were concerned we would wither away watching “Dancing..”, so they offered this sage advice.
“ Make sure you have a project each day, even if it is just buying a new screwdriver.”
So this morning I finally got around to fixing the pesky leak in one of the trailer tires.
- Pulled the tire
- Had Goodyear fix TWO leaks
- Replaced tire
- Pulled around and exchanged unneeded fluids for fresh water
- Torqued the tires and sat back down.
IS THAT ENOUGH FOR YOU???
Evidently this does not qualify, so we went for a late afternoon hike toward White Rocks. I say “toward” knowing there was no way we were going to make that climb (and it has nothing to do with the late start; the last half mile switchbacks up these.
We old folks do have ways to amuse ourselves.
“Look a picture rock!” which means we must stop here and BREATHE; taking a picture is strictly optional. UNLESS the rock looks like something, then other rules apply. If it looks like a PIG for instance, one must interact with it (in ways that do not expend any unnecessary energy gaining altitude.)
Unlike clouds, rocks can be ridden.