Friday, March 11, 2011

From Water View To Water Front!

our view....
Yeehaw, we  just hit the jack pot! We are now living on "water front" property! We recently only had "water view" property, we feel so rich right now. I hope our taxes won't go up.  We don't have far to go fishing, and we're thinking about buying a boat!  We are flooded in for the day. At least the ducks are happy!
Our road
It looks like we will staying here at the campground for the day.  The road going and coming from the campground is completely underwater.

The Conococheague Creek should be back to normal sometime tomorrow afternoon. The weather has been crazy all over the place. My heart goes out to everyone in Japan. 

one of our tent sites...........
 Whenever I'm stuck at home I like to cook. Yesterday  I put a beef roast, baby red potatoes and some carrots in the crock pot. I made a pineapple, apple cobbler for dessert. It looks like we will have hot roast beef sandwiches with gravy for dinner tonight. 

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Scuba Diving
Thanks for reading, life is good..................

10 comments:

I.M. Vayne said...

I'd think that catfish, frog legs, or turtle soup would be more in line with yer new upscale homesite.

pidge said...

Hope you are not in any danger. Water can be so unpredictable. stay safe...

Merikay said...

Hope you don't turn into a house boat!

Happytrails said...

I agree with Pidge, water is unpredictable. Stay safe! Rough way to have waterfront views.

Rick and Paulette said...

Yikes! That's a whole lot of water in your neighbourhood!

Sue and Doug said...

better start bailing water!!..hope it receeds soon!

Kimberly and Jerry Peterson said...

Can't believe you guys are so calm...we would be so gone and looking for a mountain to climb...

Sam&Donna Weibel said...

Hope you have a dry spot for Jodie, It looks like it's pretty close to you trailer. Be safe out there.. Sam & Donna...

Chuck and Anneke's RV travels said...

Yikes! I hope it does not get any higher!

Kevin and Ruth said...

That's a lot of water. What with the road being flooded at least you know you wouldn't be getting any blog readers inviting themselves for dinner. I can smell the pot roast cooking already. Hope you enjoyed the solitude for day.

Kevin and Ruth
www.travelwithkevinandruth.com