The misadventures of Commander Merlin and the crew of RV-103
Saturday June 23rd 2018

01-27-10 Sunshine!!

Today, it stopped raining.  I knew it was too quiet.  No thunderous pitter patter on the roof, a strange bright light flooding through the windows, and it was warming up quite nicely.  In fact, from this day to late-February it was to be actually warmer than it was in our home area of central Florida.  To my family and friends in central Florida, thanks!

While driving about, I stopped and took a picture of the distant Sierra Nevada mountains.  The mountains are still covered in a beautiful white top coat.  They are about 60-70 miles from my location.

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