+Lovelock, NV High 90 Low 53
I’ve finally got my computer working again even though I have no idea how or why. I was also finally able to up my gigabyte limit and I’m trying to catch up.
We spent the night in Lovelock, NV. A small town with a rather expensive campground. $30 for a spot with hookups. You check yourself in, find your own spot, and feel the trains shake your rig. No pool, no laundry, no showers, no office. But we had hookups and air conditioning.
The Pershing County courthouse was built in 1920. Jim and I talked about the personality these older government buildings have as compared to some of the more “modern” architecture.
To the left of the courthouse is Lovelock Plaza where family, friends and lovers come to forever lock their love. In 2006 Lovelock adapted the ancient Chinese custom of symbolically locking one’s love on a never ending chain. It is said that love will endure as long as the lock remains on the chain. You fasten a lock on the chain and throw away the key, uniting your love for eternity.
Sidney didn’t have another bird to lock his love with.
We ate lunch at the Cowpoke Café. Everything is homemade including their fantastic french fries. We had to wait a bit for our food. Worth the wait.
Our furnace quit working so Jim is busy taking it apart. Found out it was a bad thermostat. We replaced it and we have heat again. The nights are chilly even though the days are beautiful.
I haven’t included pictures of the girls lately so here’s a couple to show you how well they are settling into their life in the Bungalow.
So Mom, do I get the TV clicker or the computer?
Scooter waiting patiently for Jim to come through the door to take her for a walk.
It really is a dog’s life at our house.