We were in Pharr, TX about as far south in TX as you can go without winding up in Mexico and it was snowing. There was 8 inches of snow in El Paso, and we hit a blizzard that dropped 22 inches of snow in Flagstaff AZ. Going into CA it was only 55 degress near Los Angeles and over 3 feet of snow up on Donner's Pass.
Then of course it became necessary to toss her into the snow. It was so deep she couldn't even stand up by herself. We had to drag her out. A good time was had by all. Herb tried to throw me into the snow but wound up in it himself.
After leaving CA we went to WY a little town called Himes, it isn't even on the map it is half way between Greybull and Lovell. There it was 10 degrees above zero with 20 mph winds and they were considering that a heat wave. The day before it was 17 below with 35 mph winds. This place was kind of neat because we delivered rolls of paper to one end of the buliding and loaded sheet rock (plaster board) out of the other end. We took that to Denver to deliver.
It was only 500 miles from Himes to Denver so we had most of Saturday and all of Sunday off.
Sunday morning we went downtown and walked around the 16th street mall, then we called a friend in Denver and spent Sunday evening with him and his family. Mrs. W. made Spaghetti and Meatballs with Salad and Garlic bread. It was a wonderful change from truck stop and fast food then we played cards untill time for the kids to go to bed.
We went back to our truck and drove to the reciever and slept there for the night so we could be unloaded first thing in the morning.
After getting unloaded we drove to Pueblo to get a load of "Slinkies" rolls of wire coils that look like slinkies. We had 8 of them on the trailer and took them to Stillwater OK. Even now it is only 23 degrees outside.
I wanna know "What is all the talk about Global Warming??? I am freezing my nooggies off.
We are picking up in Duke OK in the morning and heading to Arkansas, maybe it will be warmer there.
Looks like we are heading for Indiana for Christmas. We thought about spending the holiday in Springfield, but it just dosen't seem like Christmas without friends and family (no matter how disfunctional they may be) around.
MERRY CHRISTMAS AND GOD BLESS.