View from my kitchen window. It may not be the mountains or the beach, but it’s sort of cozy, especially when no one is living next door for the night.
Trees seen out of the Vista View Windows brightened by the morning sun.
Vista View #2
Vista View #3
My front door. 🙂 I found the rubber mat at Home Depot. It is rubber anti-fatigue mat with holes that I thought would work well to let the rain through. Keeps my feet out of the mud and lessens the dirt tracked in.
Front door again. Not sure why I call it the “front” door-It’s the only door!
A couple of visiting neighbors. One was from Minnesota if I remember correctly. Here to trade their older model for a newer one. I met a another lovely couple here from Texas to trade their older 31′ on a shorter & newer 26′, Joe & Jenny. They gave me a tour of their new home and came to see mine as well. They have lived in their previous model for 7+ years (?) & had taken it to Alaska and back three times. I loved visiting with them.
Another visiting neighbor-Airstream’s were popular guests this particular weekend. This one was from Florida. They had been on a cross-country tour and were on their way back home. I believe this one was a 1973 model. The owner had done some excellent work on it including a full belly pan removal and frame restore without gutting the interior floor, etc. He provided me with some great advice and pointers.