You have a choice to click or not, I chose to click and what I got, was a pic so big it filled the screen with the biggest picture I've ever seen.
Sorry I'm taking pictures of the same view all the time but the sunrises have been so beautiful for the last few days, I can't help it because I only have to step outside my door to get these pictures. and stepping outside my door is about the only thing I'm capable of doing this early in the morning.
One week away from Thanksgiving, and I still need to do my grocery shopping.
Even though Thanksgiving day is seven days away, in the RV world, it will take less time for the crowds to get here. Keep in mind I've never spent a Thanksgiving at the Elephant, but based on other holidays I've spent here, the Thanksgiving folks will start trickling in Tuesday the 21st, and by the afternoon of Wednesday the 22nd, the crowds will be pouring in.
There are three main beaches here in the area where I'm at, and that's where most of the action will be, so I have no desire to park on the beach at any time, much less during a holiday. Since the beaches are boondocking areas, no individual parking spots exist. You park anywhere on the beach that you feel like parking, which is normally just fine, but on a holiday when everything is crowded, and there's a lot of drinking going on, there can be more action on the beach than I want to be a part of. So I feel very lucky to be sitting on top of a little hill overlooking all the action on the beach, close enough to see it but far enough away not to be disturbed by it.
Circling back to what I first started talking about, I need to go to Walmart and buy my Thanksgiving dinner. I can't shop too early because of my limited storage space and barely adequate refrigerator. But I don't want to wait too late for fear things will run out.
This coming weekend would not be a good time to go shopping since I would imagine that's when a lot of normal folks would do their Thanksgiving shopping, so I'll probably go to Walmart on Monday or Tuesday.
I definitely won't wait till next Wednesday because you don't dare leave a boondocking spot sitting open with nobody in it that close to the holiday; folks get desperate to find a place by then, and no matter how well you mark your spot, like I have to do since I'm in a truck camper if you're gone someone might decide to ignore the signs that it's you're spot and move in any way. And remember, because of my annual park pass on my windshield, there's no paperwork tying me to any location in the park at any time.
None of that has ever happened to me in the past, and I don't recall anyone telling me it happened to them, but I tend to be extra careful around a holiday, mostly because some folks tend to drink too much and become unpredictable.
Too early for me to be getting up, but I did anyway.
A peaceful day of fishing on the lake. When you're in a sailboat it's call sailing, when you're in a canoe it's called canoeing, these folks are in pontoon boats, I wonder if it's called pontooning?