What a difference a day makes …

After 49 Degrees North, it was time to find wi-fi signal.  Work must be transferred in, phone calls made, you know …  Just up the road is the magnificent Kettle Falls campground in the Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area.  Twenty six campgrounds stretch over the 129 mile long area … most of them are on the lake.

The view out the front door ...
The view out the front door …

It’s a little late in the afternoon, and it’s winter.  Somewhat overcast, and lots of snow still around – but it looks like a few days here could get a lot of work done.  Great wi-fi signal, and absolutely no one else is here!

Good advice!
Good advice!

After work, a spot of dinner – it’s time for a good nights rest.  Peaceful, quiet and restful.

Next morning: 9:00, time for work
Next morning: 9:00, time for work

As always, the views are stunning.  The morning cuppa is steaming.  Lots of time available for walking in between phone calls.

The day goes quickly, and it’s soon time for another restful evening.  Little do we know that tomorrow will bring a few changes.

Could you imagine a better winter workplace?
Could you imagine a better winter workplace?

Even early in the morning, Spring is coming live.  Big patches of snow are gone!  The gray is floating away.  The sun is warming up the ground, and the grass underneath is already green.  What a difference  day makes.

Early Spring view ...
Early Spring view …

The snow is gone from the beach … and a morning stroll interrupts work!

The snow has disappeared from the beach
The snow has disappeared from the beach

Gonna hate to leave this!!

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