We left Freightliner in Tolleson, AZ at 9am. We took loop 101 North to Grand Ave North to 60 West to 93 North, then to I40 West. Just before Kingman we stopped to have lunch at Subway and walked the dogs. It was cold outside and had begun to snow, actually sleeting.
We proceeded on I40 West to US 93 North past Hover Dam and into Las Vegas arriving at the Clark County Shooting Complex 2:40 pm.
While I was setting up the inside I noticed that the back picture window, inside pane (we lost the outside pane this past Saturday during our travels) was loose and falling in the RV. Jesse tried to secure it as best he could for now.
We continued to set up and make a few calls to let them know we arrived safe.
This morning we contacted the insurance company to file a claim for the broken window. Because we have vanishing deductible we will have the window replaced with zero deductible. They are suppose to come out tomorrow to measure.
Then we met with our supervisor Bobby at 10am to talk about our volunteer position. We went over some things and then he sent us to the office to get our paperwork.
We were given paperwork to make appointments to get our Clark County Badge and to have a hearing and blood work done to test for lead exposure and zinc-proprprophyrin.
After that we headed over to our friends home to visit them. It was so good to see them. We became good friends when we lived here in 1980 and have stayed friends. Our children who were all friends are now grown with their own children - My how time flies.
We had gifts for the little ones. They are Crystal’s (Chick and Carolee’s youngest) children Camern and Blake.
After playing and visiting we all were hungry so we headed out to Long John Silver for lunch.
Chick and Carolee
Crystal and Blake
And of course the biggest kid ever Jesse
When we were finished Crystal and the children went home while the four of us went back to their home to visit. They are leaving tonight to Portland, Oregon to help their son Casey and his wife Catie set up their dental practice. Carolee will be gone for about a month and I will miss her.
As it was getting late and we needed to get back to the boys. We bid them safe travels and came home.
This was the moon we saw tonight. It was really beautiful.
I heated some leftovers for dinner. We were not too hungry so it worked out well.