Busy keeping cold here. I don't think my Caribbean blood is ever going to thaw out.
If you see a big blob waddling around the park with a small dog, that's me in 3 shirts, 2 sweaters, a poncho, a jacket, long underwear, short underwear, leggings, jeggings, blue jeans, 2 pairs of socks and faux fur boots. Oh and let's not forget the scarf, trench coat, hat and gloves. It only takes me an hour and a half, to put all this on for a frigid 10 minute walk with my little canine so he can do his leaks and lumps then drag me back to the wheel estate because he is c-c-c-cold too.
37F degrees in Melbourne, Florida and chilly winds. Matter of fact yesterday winds were steady at over 30 miles per hour with gusts of 60. Several campers around the park had their popup canopies destroyed recently due to either heavy pounding rains or gutsy gusty winds.
Oh the joys of camping!
I am just oh so grateful and thankful that somehow, someway through big and small miracles and the help of beloved angels, I woke up alive and I have a roof over my head plus a heater that works. Life is wonderful!
In spite of the glacial weather, I checked and rechecked my beloved bicycle. It is locked, tied and leashed to the 8 foot 8 ton picnic table. It's my ticket to improved health. I don't get far, but I have fun trying.
A few weeks ago I finally found a fantastic cover for my Day 6 bicycle. It was advertised on Amazon as an adult tricycle cover but many things can be re-purposed for other uses. I had been searching for a bicycle cover and nothing came up that would fit my unique bike. But when I tried searching for a tricycle cover, this one (shown below) appeared in the search. I measured and remeasured, because I kept coming up with an inch short on their versus my measurements. On a wing and a prayer, I decided to order it anyhow.
Well I am not sure who measured wrong, me or them. Who cares? It works! It fits! Wheee!
It covers my bicycle which has raised handlebars, a raised seat back plus the twin panniers in the rear and the puppy dog basket up front.
Speaking of puppy dogs...
Six pounds of hyperactive trouble finally takes a nap. This is an extremely rare photo. Most of my dog pics are blurred because the little devil is in constant motion.