|School's Out For Summer|
|Written by Susan Hollingshead|
|Wednesday, 28 March 2007 16:49|
Those are some of the words from an Alice Cooper song; a song that’s been played at the end of every school year since 1972 when the song was first released. Today those were the words running through my head as I wrapped up my final computer class for the season here at Catalina Spa and RV Park. Come Monday it will seem quite strange not going into the office and not setting up a classroom. Stranger still will be us rolling down the highway in the Moho after being parked in this same spot for the past five months.
Today Rick spent the say sorting through and organizing the basement storage area in preparation for our upcoming road trip. The weather was completely co-operative for the task as it has done an about face and we are, as predicted, enjoying warm weather once again. While he worked on the basement he also sorted through the trailer eliminating the things that we somehow accumulated all winter but don’t really need or have space for.
Tonight we joined our neighbours, Dail and Sue for an all-you can-eat king crab legs dinner at the Agua Caliente Casino, our fourth night in a row of eating out. In fact since Jay arrived most of our dinners have been out and I am doing very little cooking. Before we set off we will load the fridge and cupboards with some of our favourite Trader Joe’s supplies and we’ll get back to eating at home. However, in the meantime we will continue preparing for our Sunday departure and enjoy the farewell meals that come with the process!