Wednesday, July 4, 2007

He Found A Spot

Bob went in the big truck and camper down to the water front area late yesterday afternoon.  The spot he had his eye on was taken by a huge motorhome. So he parked right behind it.  He slept there last night, was complaining about the many trains coming by all night.  (right next to the tracks..what do you expect?)  This morning he asked some police officers if he could stay in his spot and not get a ticket and they said he was ok.  So I'm going to get ready, go park my car at the community college and take the shuttle bus down to the waterfront from there.  There are buses running every 15 minutes from the college to the waterfront up until 8pm....then after the fireworks, they start hauling all those people back to their cars.  But of course we'll hang around, until the crowd clears and I'll ride back to my car with Bob in the truck and camper. So I'll be getting home, very late tonight.  

I hope everyone has a great day...it's supposed to be 85 degrees here today but I know there's rain in some areas.  I hope it stops long enough for you to get your BBQ going and you get those hot dogs & burgers cooked.

I'll take some pictures today and share them with you tomorrow or Friday.....Linda

7 comments:

jeadie05 said...

Well done Bob ,finding the right spot,for you to enjoy the fireworks tonight ,Ilook forward to seeing your pictures ,,have a very good 4th ...love Jan xx

ally123130585918 said...

Glad Bob found a good spot for you ~ look forward to seeing photographs ~ Ally x

labdancer51 said...

A Happy 4th of July Linda, enjoy the fireworks! :o)

Love Sandra xxxx

jonibooks1991 said...

Oh Linda I hope you have the best time ever and no snags.  Sounds like a long night, but at least it won't be raining as usual.  Can't wait to see the pictures.  Joni

yakima127 said...

Can't wait to see the pictures!  J

sunnyside46 said...

happy 4th of July to you and yours
Love
Marti
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beckerb6 said...

happy 4th I hope you have a wonderfull night.
Barbara