|A bike break in Anza, CA|
|The Oceanside riders..... (Jeanette is behind the camera)|
|Beautiful, hot mid-80's temperatures made for a great ride under blue skies and smooth paved roads.|
|The last 'butt' break - some 30 miles from Oceanside.|
|The day before Thanksgiving saw hundreds upon hundreds of folks enjoying the beach, pier and more.|
|Jeanette befriended this friendly pelican. She could almost touch it.|
|Walking back to the beach|
|The food court below the pier was busy. The aromas permeating above were making us very hungry.|
|Photo taken from the rooftop at our lunch spot|
|Fueled up and ready to head back for Palm Desert|
|We knew we would have to ride about one hour in the dark before arriving back home.|
|The very last of sunlight can be seen on the mountain tips.|
|Soon to arrive in the Coachella Valley.|
Jeanette and I changed out into pool suits and enjoyed the coolest of the four hot springs pools for over one hour. Back at our rig, we checked email (using our Verizon WiFi) before bed time. I was up this morning when I heard a 'beep' and when I turned on one of our AC lights, it worked. A few seconds later, I heard a second beep. Our refrigerators had not switched to AC from propane. When the power had been restored, the shock tripped one of our breakers. Switched back on, we had full service again and the refrigerators returned to AC power. Good!
I am sure the RVer who caused the problem is feeling somewhat humbled this morning. But....it is Thanksgiving, after all, and he does get a wee break. Without restored power though I believe some RVers would be very PO'd without the ability to cook up their turkeys or tune in to their football games on TV. The park has seen a busy run of RVers arrive for this Thanksgiving.
That covers things from here for now. Thanks for dropping by.
And, a HAPPY THANKSGIVING to our American friends and family.