Well, we have been in Long Beach, WA for nearly two weeks now and the sun has all but disappeared. Don't get me wrong. We are enjoying our visit very much but would dearly love to get a little vitamin D.
As usual, Juanita is quilting her little hands off and I am doing pretty much what I always do. Reading, exercising the two Beagles, maintaining RV systems, flying quadcopters and a kite, processing photos and videos, bitching about political events and watching people come and go are the activities that generally consume much of my time these days. Retirement is sure tough!
Things are fairly quiet at Andersen's RV Park, but I expect things to pick up soon with the Memorial Day holiday ahead. Party time! There will be a 40 mile long garage sale over the weekend in addition to all the usual holiday activities, and I expect a lot of people watching opportunities for entertainment purposes of course.
The weather here started out pretty decent but has fallen into a real rut of daily overcast with light to heavy mist at times. The ten day forecast calls for the same with the exception of "partly cloudy" conditions tomorrow. You would think that NOAA could use the word "Sun" somewhere in their forecasts, but I guess that's too much to ask.
The temperature range has fluctuated between 52 degrees in the morning to a balmy (haha) 54-58 in the afternoon before the unseen sun sets. OK, I'll admit to getting a bit snarky here, but I'm a big fan of the big bright shinny orb that usually occupies a place in the sky, and I become very grumpy when I don't get my way.
I managed to find a short break in the mist and clouds and put the DJI Phantom 2 Vision quadcopter in the air to capture a quick video of the area around the park. Upper level wind caused some video shudder, but I managed to put something together regardless.
We will make a day trip into Oregon tomorrow and do some shopping in Astoria and Warrenton. Hey, we might even see the sun for a few minutes!
We'll be back soon............