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Another night of off & on rain, although less than previous nights. 41°F this morning when I went for my walk for coffee. After breakfast I watched more RVs arrive, did some reading, both forums and my current book, then drove to the Roadrunner Market for cookies, French bread (they didn't have Italian, although the French bread sure looks like a loaf of Italian.)
I can tell it has been warmer than usual back home in Oswego, NY. I got my utility bill and it is what I would expect for October, not that I'm complaining. I did check the Oswego weather, and it has finally become normal - it is going to be in the low 20's this weekend with 2" - 4" of snow.
By the time I got back it was warm enough to sit outside as long as you ducked out of the breeze. The Goodyear blimp went by, maybe heading for the football playoffs in Phoenix, so I took a couple of photos as it went by. One of the latest arrivals is a class A with 13 (count them) solar panels. They look to be 60 - 80 watt panels; not sure why he went that way since it has to take time to set them all up & do the connections, but what ever floats your boat! Blimp photos at today's LakeshoreImages page.
Dinner will be spaghetti & meatballs (and French/Italian bread).