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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Good Bye, Mesa Verde


Today was my last day at work.  It's time to move on........

I have totally enjoyed my experience here.  This is the first time I've worked a seasonal/workamping job. It is sad to leave my new friends behind, but new adventures await.

I am very thankful that I was hired for the accounting position instead of the retail job that I applied for.  Someone knew better than me that I should stay in the accounting field.  I didn't think I wanted to do accounting again, but have come to realize that it is what I know and is what I should be doing.


I am leaving just in the nick of time, the weather is changing fast. There is snow in the higher elevations, the temperatures are dropping, its time to head south. 

It will be at or near freezing temps tonight, I have already disconnected the water and sewer and just need to unhook the electric in the morning.

Everything inside is stowed away ready to go. I have 5 days to get to the Camping World in New Braunfels, TX for an appointment and then I will visit with Diane and Karl on South Padre Island.


My backyard........    4/11/12 - 10/24/12







14 comments:

  1. Safe travels and enjoy your time with Diane and Karl

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  2. Have a safe trip. that is one bad thing about RV'rs, you meet some one, and then move on. But I have met some very good friends down through the years, and we still keep in touch.

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  3. Just like Bob Barker said, 'come on down'. No snow in the forecast here, we hit 96 today. Safe travels.

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  4. Be careful out there. If you need a place to park I'm in Yarnell.

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  5. Safe travels to your next stopping point! :)

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  6. Have a safe trip.... hope the scenery is great!

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  7. yep, if snow is headed your way it is definitely time to go...

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  8. Safe travels and on to your next adventure.

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  9. Safe travels my friend. I am in the accounting field too! Hurry out before that darn snow hits :)

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  10. You're on the road as I write this, probably happy as a clam heading to your next adventure. Congratulations on a very successful first workamping job. I'm glad we got to meet up while I was visiting Mesa Verde, and I'm sure we'll be in the same place again. Hopefully at Quartzsite. :)

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  11. Do you see me waving goodbye, Teri? Hope you made it out ahead of the storm. I live in Breckenridge, but I'm in Denver right now and it's snowing. Safe trip!

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