The weather was kind to us this morning, it did not rain on us during departure. Happy we were about that.
If you're in a Class A, does the space between your driver and passenger chairs look like this? I need to apply some organization to our traveling paradigm. It's not so bad when we're not forced to wear shoes, but still.
Starting about 7 pm tonight the coast is supposed to receive 70 mph gusts, we are expecting 55 mph gusts inland. Our site is fairly sheltered by other RVs, so we are hoping not to have to bring the slides in.
Why, you ask, would any sane person come back to the GPNW at the end of September? It's for the accursed foot. Tomorrow morning there will be an MRI. If there is, indeed, a neuroma in there, surgery is scheduled for the 9th. It has just reached the point, that even after the monumental disaster that was the previous surgery on the right foot, I'm just done with the left foot being like this. I can't hike for hours, I can't buy shoes, it just makes me nuts.
For those of you not blessed with thin flexible feet, a Morton's neuroma is formed when the sensory nerve (as opposed to a motor nerve) between the 3th and 4th metatarsal heads is repeatedly impacted by the met heads. They aggravate the nerve, it forms a sheath, it swells, it hurts. As a rule, they don't get better. Surgery, when done well, is a reasonable response.
So that's what's new with us. Rain and feet.