As I type this I just got an email that there is a very bad storm happening at the lake. I just left about an hour and a half ago and the skies were blue as can be but weather can change quickly in the mountains. Apparently the hail was so big that it broke their skylight and there is torrential rain. Hopefully our place is okay, but we may be driving back up after Hubby gets off work to check things out.
Here he was on Saturday with Paul, our neighbor to the north. Paul and Lori have been friends for over 20 years and they brought their trailer out last summer to join us. Nita and Larry are in the motorhome to the south and they came to the lake the same time as us. All of us have been friends since we moved to Spokane in 1993. We're sandwiched in the middle and like it that way! :-) This is our new toy. We've been watching Craigslist for a good used golf cart to use to go to the beach and the garden but didn't want to spend the $$ everyone seemed to want. Paul found this one for only $850 and it was a steal! All of us chipped in and happy, happy we are. I've used it a few times already to go work in the garden. Paul and Lori use it to go to their boat and Nita and Larry just tootle around in it. We call it the limousine! Such fun!
This is a view from the back of our site toward the lake. Larry & Nita's motor home on the left. Our trailer on the right.
A close up. Isn't that pink beautiful?
One of the pots of flowers we planted by the gazebo.
Here we are again. This is our trailer on the left. I love this place!
I took the runner to Jenny's office on my way home to see how much longer it needs to be. I think 20 more squares and then the border should do it. I stopped an bought another ball of thread. Hopefully that will be enough to finish it.
The last picture is a view of the lake this morning from by the beach. Would you believe people have been swimming already? The lake water temperature yesterday was 62 F. Not nearly warm enough for me. Skiers and jet skis have all been out and zipping around too.
I hoed and weeded the garden before leaving this morning. I'm hoping the hail didn't ruin everything that sprouted this past week. It was looking pretty good and I think most everything was up at least an inch or so.
I hope you're all having a most wonderful week, whatever you may be doing.
Blessings always my friends,