Aged relative is now on oxygen and needs supervision. I thought I could get Visiting Nurses Association to look in on her this weekend for some of the time, but it looks not to be: the fax from the doctor's office never went through - not surprising, is there even a working fax machine left in the country?
If things change, miracles happen, or I grow desperate, I may show up unannounced.
In any case, I am looking forward to the next gathering and best regards to all.
We've got monsoons and hail up here. Hope it will be dry down there when we arrive to set up our tents.
One part of Weather.com says at 3:15 PM for zip 44286
“Expect dry conditions over the next six hours.”
Another part says,
“Severe Thurderstorm watch until 11:00 PM”
There is also the statement,
“50% chance of scattered showers.”
At 3:20 PM it is 90 degrees according to the car thermometer and bright sun.
I am fairly certain it won’t snow.
I will take water, blankets and what was on the pie plate to the basement.
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