RV LIFE PART SIX
RV LIFE PART SIX
Although our friends at the RV ranch have been coming and going, now mostly gone, FDW and I have still been busy-busy. We celebrate both Solstice and Christmas which means double the fun (and double the hectic activity). I’m guessing many of you split your holiday in a similar manner in an effort to celebrate with family and friends in more than one setting. I’d love to hear about your activities, so leave a comment.
We have had some feathered and furry friends hanging out with us. The javelina (wild pigs) have made a couple of trips through the park. I
I did find the time to get out with FDW fishing one day on my favorite lake around here, Apache. The pictures tell the tale. I was
bundled in four layers
for the first couple of hours, but since we’re in the desert, it warmed up
enough that I could peel out of at least two of the layers.
|Chilly but beautiful|
First fish of the day
|Singing with my sister|
We had a great time at Acker's Night in Prescott, Arizona. This is a celebration of music and Christmas. All the stores around main street stay open and host
live music of all kinds. There's hot chocolate, wine, food, and fun.
|In the town square|
We celebrated Solstice with our son’s family at their home this year. So glad they’re back in Arizona so we could make the visit. Our custom on the farm was to have a dinner on Solstice Eve with food from our fields. We’ve now changed that custom to make dishes that represent our combined heritage. This year, we had foods that were Irish, Welsh, English, American Indian, and French. We had our dinner, then headed outside for the Solstice Fire. Our ceremony involves honoring Mother Earth and the Four Directions. We relate
FDW and I are back at the ranch to unpack and repack for the trip to Prescott tomorrow. We’ll spend Christmas with my mom. Christmas Eve will be food and fun for any family members than can make it. We’ll wake up with Mom on Christmas morning.
Since this will be the last post before Christmas, let me wish each and every one of you a very Merry Christmas. I’d love to hear how you celebrate the holidays.