Good Morning my lovelies. Another day to design and choose happiness. How very fortunate we are!
Good news on all fronts. Traveled to Port Angeles - had a lovely dinner out on Saturday. Mario rolled in about 10:00 pm and even though exhausted, we had a celebratory drink together and discussed what would happen the next day clearing customs etc. Very comforting.
Sunday, we were up at 5:00 am - had coffee with Mario and waited for the Ferry. Cleared US customs, had breakfast on the Ferry and headed for Victoria. Seas were high which made the trip interesting! I accompanied Mario in the truck, we went through the first customs process, and were asked to pull over to the side and go into the customs office. Filled out forms, spoke with a very lovely lady, and were eventually cleared to proceed. Didn't even have to open the truck! Bliss!
On the way up from Mexico, Luis had a last minute job to do in Seattle, so Mario arrived alone. Thus, Ray worked hard with Mario to unload the trailor. Some of it is here at the house where I can sort it - the rest went to storage. I will sort bit by bit over the next few weeks with a view of getting my studio in workable order.
A bit of relaxation before the boys showered and we all went out for a great dinner and lots of laughs. Thoroughly enjoyable day -- however I must say even I was exhausted just directing the traffic of where things should go.
Selfie .. on the way to Port Angeles.
Return trip with Mario.
The Boys hit it off and couldn't stop talking.
Probably my last Mexican cowboy hat!
Unloading the trailer. Cold, Wet, Pouring Rain. The Boys were soaked to the skin.
|Thirty four feet - packed to the rafters.|
Cannot thank you enough, Mario
Perhaps a lazy day today - although I can never tell. There are boxes which will tempt me in the studio -- and once I have a peek - I might just get motivated.
Thanks for stopping by. LOVE your comments .. so thoughtful and kind. Have a wonderful day, each and every one of you. Enjoy the moments .. one at a time.
“A dreamer must be discovered working or working on it or it is reduced to a wish.”
~ Johnnie Dent Jr.
~ Johnnie Dent Jr.