It has been just over nine months since I posted last on July 8, 2013. Sorry for taking so long, but life just caught up with us. Let me recap.
<Recap> After Deb and Paula's wedding we finished our other business around Sacramento and then moved over to Russian River TTN near Cloverdale. We got word that the Lucky Penny well in Grady County had gone into fracking mode, and the initial report on production was pretty good. It looks like the clear title in Oklahoma will finish up about the time we should start getting some royalty returns, near the end of the year.
We moved up the coast, staying a few days in Eureka at the Elks. I had trouble getting a truck lub and oil because the drain plug would not come out right. Dodge dealership did it right. We visited friends in Smith River then returned to Russian River TTN. I was not feeling all that well with my Afib, and Alice was still having problem with the AMD.
The left side mirror on the truck fell off, and I spent several days chasing down a replacement. It can be tough to be an RVer.
So by early September we headed back to the Sacto area for Alice's eye checkup. We did buy a Galaxy Tab 8 for Alice so she can read things more easily. It has turned out to be an excellent choice. By mid-September we had returned to Jojoba Hills, just in time for some hot weather.
Autumn was taken up with a flurry of doctor appointments and procedures. I had an angiogram then a cardioversion, but it did not help. I saw Drs Wood, Lo, and Lu, and finally in the spring I told Dr. Wood I didn't want he or his staff to practice on me any more, I would just live with it (Afib). Alice had a pain in her abdomen and got an ultrasound that was vague, so she went to an OBGYN and that led to a CAT scan and another ultrasound. She also had a colonoscopy, and finally decided they were searching for something to do and told the doctors to stop. Dr. Ebersole agreed.
During December the status of the Lucky Penny well finalized and I actually got some oil royalties. They pay each month now, but production is dropping pretty fast as expected. Hope they drill some more holes in our section.
We went on the JH Anza-Berrego outing the end of March and had a good time. When we got back I had lazer surgery on my eye (glaucoma) and made arrangements to get the roofs of both trailers redone, so at least we should not get wet for the next 10 years, so long as we stay inside.
April 10 we headed off to the WARE rally in Lodi and then came up to Lake Minden TTN to rest. Tomorrow we start back to Jojoba Hills, and next week I have oral surgery. But that should be the last of it for a while. </Recap>
I shall try to be a little more current in the future, at least until life gets to going to fast for me again.
Take care, sam