Happy Thanksgiving from Roadtirement

This year is soooo different. But Thanksgiving, like the river, keeps coming.

Sher and Maj wish you a Happy Thanksgiving. We are grateful for all of our blogging friends who have blessed us by visiting Roadtirement this past year.

A break from COVID-19 and the net

We’ve been in “isolation” at home since February 25th. Just shy of 40 days. Only been out three times, and those just driving around, never got out of the car. Days include watching TV, streaming Netflix and of course the news conferences of both federal and state ‘leaders’. COVID-19 always there. Oh, and reading blogs, writing for this blog, and in general spending way too much time on this computer.

One I made yesterday

Yesterday I just could not get my brain to think about anything computer or COVID-19. I took a break and decided to get out my leather stuff. I make leather pouches (sometimes called medicine bags) to sell at the festivals and shows we love attending. With the coronavirus related shutdowns and closures it will remain to be seen when we’ll be able to go to one.

I really enjoyed the break from the computer.

I saw this neat duck

We were having lunch in Austin at the Hula Hut on Lake Austin. Before we were seated I looked over the deck and saw this duck.  I think he might be some kind of cross-breed. I like ducks, thus this picture.

If this is a breed of ducks, please chime in with the info, or if you agree it is a cross-breed, go ahead and chime in too.