Return to San Felipe

I drove all day saturday starting out at about 7am, saturday morning. My first task was to clear the windows of the truck from the ice that had formed on it overnight. I tried pouring cold water on it as you do for frost and all that did was make it worse. I used a spatula to scrape  some of the ice off so I could drive to a sunny location and hoped that the sun would melt the ice. It wasn’t working fast enough so I used a credit card to scrape the ice off. The reason I had such a big ice problem is because the heater in the truck didn’t work, I’ll get that repaired in Mexico.

I got to San Felipe about 4:30pm save and sound and tired. In AZ and CA the traffic seemed heavy to me and the rest stops and restaurants were full. Some of the drivers were a little hostile too. When I got to my house I was pleasantly surprise to see all was in order and the new room look very good now to furnish it and arrange the furniture in a pleasing manner. I got to try out the fireplace too. The fire in the place; the wood I used gave me trouble in getting it to light. Also the wood has a strange odor still it looked good burning. Here are some photos of the new room.


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4 thoughts on “Return to San Felipe

  1. Margot Bronski

    Like that fireplace.


  2. Very nice…

  3. It’s always good to return home after a trip. The room looks great, enjoy it.

  4. Thank you all for your comments I appreciate them. I have a lot of work to do yet to get the room the way I want. A little at a time I will get the room just the way I want it. I do enjoy the fireplace will switch to gas in the future as it is cleaner and easier to maintain.

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