The road is all Icy, the sky is all gray, but clicking a pic makes your troubles go way.
My family carved some spooky pumpkins last night and set them outside with candles in them just so I could take this picture.
A cold gray, snowy day today, the exact kind of day that I became a full-time RVer to avoid. Temperatures in the low teens at night, high teens in the daytime, and worse, not better tomorrow. But on the bright side, by late next week, it's supposed to be in the 60s again.
The Internet is my savior on days like this and gives me some interesting entertainment. My TV works, and there are many stations available here in Denver, but I find TV rather dull nowadays. I don't find the shows interesting at all because on the TV I have to watch what they want me to watch when they want me to watch it. But on the Internet, I can watch what I want to watch when I want to watch it, and that makes all the difference in the world.
And on what TV have you ever been able to watch shows and get information about your hobbies? Whatever your hobby is, photography, golf, collecting beanie babies, fishing, cooking, whatever it is, you can find it on the Internet and watch it whenever you like.
And as for the news and weather, I don't have to sit there waiting for the 6 o'clock news to come on and listen to some talking head tell me the same thing every other talking head on the TV news is telling me. I can watch and listen to Internet news anytime I want and get varying opinions on what's happening in the world around me. And that's why I find TV boring and no longer entertaining. Because just like in real life, I want to live on my schedule, not on someone else's.
So there's not much else to do on days like this except stay inside and stay warm. The roads are icy with a little bit of snow on them, so driving is out of the question. The bat flu is still a concern, so I mostly stay to myself in less I'm with the family outside, but it's far too cold to be outside. The Arctic Fox is a four-season trailer, and I know that because it's written on the wall right outside the door, but I don't think this is one of those seasons.
The neighborhood roads are icy with a dusting of snow on top. Fortunately it's Sunday so there won't be many people having to get out and drive on roads as slippery and dangerous as this.
You can see my tracks in the snow as I wandered aimlessly, lost and confused in this frozen wasteland, supplies almost gone, down to my last match. My mind becoming numb as my frozen fingers search for the shutter button on the camera to take this final picture before the effects of hypothermia cause me to lose consciousness....It appeared all was lost.... So I went back in the Arctic Fox and made a cup of coffee.