Although we're only paid through Wednesday, we haven't made plans to move on because we're not sure what's happening with the windshield, and I'm waiting for a prescription in the mail.
Fortunately we hear from the insurance rep who has involved her supervisor in our case. They are concerned that the seal sent to ABQ could have been the wrong one, or that the shop installed it incorrectly so it's never going to be right. For that reason they have arranged for another windshield to be sent to Laughlin while we're there for a week. Even better the shop there will do the install at the RV park so we don't have to move it or stay in a hotel. I like this plan.
The office receives my prescription as well, so we are good to move west on schedule!
Cold and clear, Wednesday morning we head south to Sedona in the Jeep. As it was three years ago, the forest along Hwy 89A has several diseased and dead trees. Once we reach Oak Creek Canyon we don't notice trees any more. Such a beautiful area.
|Our first view from the highway|
|Traffic jam with a view|
|One street over from the mobilehomes is this block home for sale. Imagine that backyard view!|
|The moving clouds play with the colors|
|Even in shadow the landscape is incredible|
|Overflow from all the trailhead parking lots look like this|
|Rain falls over a distant mesa|
|Many back roads lead to gated communities|
|Bill spots a bit of spring color along the road|
Keeping with the theme of beautiful and wonderful, thought I'd share some current pics of Ezra :-)
Almost nine months old already - what a cutie pie.
Thursday we'll stop for service at Camping World and then another short move to Williams, AZ.