The weather man forecasted a bizzard warning for the area and I thought they were out of their minds. Well, they were right. We fit in with all the elements of a blizzard and received around 5-7 inches of snow at the park. I had a noon PT appointment and when I got out of the car it started to rain. By the time I got to the door the employees were standing there wide eyed staring at the snowfall. It was really coming down and covered the car and parking lot very quickly. In fact, it was snowing so hard that I skipped icing down my knee after PT and we headed back to the motor home. This is what it looked like after an hour of snow and more coming down.
|RV Park Road|
|Gerry sweeping the steps|
|Street we are on.|
|Ron's cozy trailer and Judy & Steve's 5th Wheel.|
Today when we went to PT at 11am there was still a lot of snow on the ground and the surrounding mountains were all snow covered. The shot below is of the Rincon Mts. to the east of us with the Hotrod Cafe in the foreground.
My recovery seems to be going along pretty well, but I don't have any way to judge it. The PT person says my flexibility in the leg is coming along very good, but I still have a long way to go to get it where it should be. I don't have anything else to do so I guess the exercises will continue.
Gerry has been a real trooper and I know I couldn't go through this without her help. She also is a tough taskmaster and that is what I need. It's great to have someone that I can depend on during this recovery.