The blood donation recovery is very well on its way to finishing. Most of today was easing along so the recovery is going extremely well. About noon the owners left for a day away from the park so my manager duties started. My luck held out and only three duties were to be performed. Sort and put into the boxes the incoming mail. That was the hard chore. Lock the office door at dark was another difficult task. But the really hard chore was to walk down to the entrance a whole hundred feet away and turn on the night light for the entrance sign. Man o Man that tired me out. This working business is hard on me.
Part of the afternoon was spent talking boats and bicycles with my neighbor. He needs a replacement bike that will fit his body. TheOFM is the right person to get him set up properly. His current bike is about two sizes too large for his body size. He has never been comfortable he told me. When he gets ready we will get over to a bike shop and get him fitted with the right size and style bike for his needs. On Darn another trip to a bike shop.
For two days now there has been severe thunderstorms coming in from the south out of Mexico. They were supposed to come rolling through here so the yak was just left in the Truck. Both days the bad weather just stalled out the other side of Corpus Christi. We had a lot of strong wind, but not rain. Maybe tomorrow the weather will be ignored and the yak put together anyway.
For more practice casting with the new reel, a “fishing” trip to the only protected public access place resulted in getting my touch back with a casting reel. It works very well when done correctly. Of course getting a fish instead of sea grasses hit the lure would have been nice. But anything that gets you out at the water on a beautiful sunshine day helps toward trying to have tooooo much fun. TheOFM