Yesterday, the high was in the 50's and we had about 1/2 '' of rain spread out most of the afternoon. Looks like more of the same with low temps in the mid to high 20's for the next two days. At least we have had a little sunshine each day and our winds have only been in the 20's to 30's. Winds over 100 are to the west in California and to the north in Utah. Yuck!! Today is our last work day 'till next Tuesday so we'll just tuck ourselves in and snuggle. Monday, Kathy has an ultrasound and a meeting with a surgeon to determine when that pesky gall bladder will come out. Apparently it's an outpatient procedure using laproscopic techniques. We'll keep our readers and listeners posted.
We finally sold enough CD's of our shows to pay for a new headset for Kathy to use in our broadcasts. That way, she won't have to look over or around a large microphone to read copy. I'll be ordering it tomorrow.
This Sunday is the open house of some of the historic homes at Ft. Huachuca. These are some of the first permanent buildings on the post built in the 1880's. They are now senior officer's quarters and the residents decorate them and open them up for a few hours on the first Sunday of December each year. I hope to take lots of pictures and post them here for you.