TThursday, November 8. My lovable brother-in-law, Dan, who passed away in 2013, would be turning 69 years old today. I hope you're dancing in the sky, Dan!
There isn't much to write about this week. My cleaning job for Jim and Shirley started up on Tuesday again and it was nice to see them.
Tom and I went to Little Dealer Little Prices (where he bought his Wildwood) and looked at comparable travel trailers - he is considering an upgrade to one with a slide-out that would give us a little more room.
We hung out at the pool this afternoon - a good thing since a cool down is predicted over the next few days. It got real windy this evening.
Sunday, November 11. We were unable to participate in any of the Veteran's Day events because they were running new wifi through the park and we had to be here for it. We actually met one of the park owners yesterday as she was touching base with the folks in each site who were getting the new wifi. This was new for us, as the owners/managers of Highlands were never available and didn't participate in any f the park activities.
For years the park has had Tengo Wireless provided at no cost (common in many RV Parks, although there is usually a fee for the service), but it is no longer meeting the needs of the residents, so they are updating the service. Now, each site will have its own hard-wired hookup and modem and speedy wifi will be furnished to each site at no cost. Occupants are required to put a $75 deposit on the modem and the check is held at the office and returned when you turn the modem back in when you depart the park.
We took Manuel and Linda out for dinner at La Casa de Juana tonight and it was a good time and nice to see them again. We really like the place, had dinner there twice last year and wanted to return. They serve a Mexican rice that is green and has corn, peas, and bits of onion in it - delicious!