To beach not to beach?
If you click the pics, dust will fall out.
Settling in for the night.
4/24/2022 07:41:19 pm
Ah, the bronco looks homey, with soft warm lights glowing in the dusk. Quite a while back, I read that, according to an antiques expert, dust can actually act as a preservative on the patina of furniture, etc. So I followed that theory. ( Now that I'm old and lazy and stove up, a lovely young woman comes to clean my house every two weeks. I guess the patina has just gone downhill.) .Anyway, rather than washing and waxing the bronco, you can just think of it as preserving the patina.
4/24/2022 08:10:52 pm
Judith, you're preaching to the choir about patinas. I'm a firm believer in patinas, and try to preserve my patinas at every opportunity. Since RVs are not your area of expertise, I will explain to you, for your personal edification, a bit of vocabulary that us full-timers use.
4/25/2022 02:22:37 pm
I think you see more younger people parked on the beach because they haven't had as many years to get persnickety as we have.
4/25/2022 03:29:22 pm
Yes it takes years to build up the amount of persnicketiness that I possess. But as persnickety as I am, and for as long as I've been persnickety, I can honestly say there's only one thing that actually bothers me... People.
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