From the bloggers at Gypsy Journal RV.
Some blog readers who live here in the great state of Alabama have been apologizing to me for how bad the weather has been during our visit to Tuscaloosa, as have been my son Travis and his wife Geli. Please don’t feel that way, you folks cannot control the weather.
But apparently I do have some impact on it, because as anybody who knows me is well aware, a dark cloud of cold and rain seems to hang over the top of our motorhome. And no matter how far or fast I drive, I can’t escape it. A couple of weeks ago the snow in Tucson was more than halfway down the Catalina Mountains and overnight temperatures were down into the low 20s. Meanwhile, it was warm and sunny in Florida. Travis said it was in the 80s here on Christmas Day, but now the folks in Florida are shivering, we had snow here in Tuscaloosa Saturday, and the snowbirds in Arizona are now enjoying lots of sunshine. So don’t feel bad; it’s not you, Alabama, it’s me.
We did have a pretty decent day here yesterday. The sun was out, the sky was blue, and though it was cool, it was a nice enough day that we spent some time at the park, where I let Travis fly my DJI Phantom drone.
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