Today started out with a roaring wind that caused me to pull in the slides so I could get some sleep. It was so windy that I was thinking of using suspenders to hold my underwear in place. I went for a short 10 minute walk and the pedometer said I had lost a quarter of a mile. After all the wind about noon it stopped abruptly and switched to a dead calm and the thermometer began to climb. We are at 85 degrees and the humidity has jumped to 20% which is about 10% higher than it's been the last week. There is not much going on today in the park. Some visiting has been done with Clay, Loren, George and then Charlie and a trip to the office to see Skippy the office greeter and Joy and Larry the work campers from my hometown of Hannibal, Missouri.
As the sun continues to rise I think it's probably switch to siesta mode so that I'll be ready for tonight's eclipse. Not over doing it is another part of enjoying the good life.