We were gone is one very good reason. We went to the NASCAR races in Phoenix last week.
Tuesday was spent packing the trailer and we left bright and early (well we were suppose to) Wednesday morning. We did get out just after 8 AM though. It would have been nice to have been on the road by 6 or 7, but ran out of steam the night before and had a few more things to finish up before we could.
But she didn't even see the first lap.
Most of them we didn't feel, even when we were home. Some speculate that the volcano Pinacate Peaks could errupt. I doubt it since it has been a long time since it has and it is further east then the quakes we have been having.
I do find it odd that these quakes are below and west of the San Andreas Fault. Could it just be the end of the the big one we just had and the ground is settling back down? Could we will still see a bigger one yet? With all the earthquakes lately, one does begin to wonder what is going on! I also find it odd that there is no coverage of these quakes as there was with Haiti. Since the trembling began, a lot of Mexico residents are without clean drinking water. Their buildings are becoming weak and unsafe. I can just imagine how uneasy they must be feeling each time a shake happens. Why is there no relief efforts for them? Here we will keep them in our prayers and hope that the shaking subsides soon.
So now I must get to reading about whats been going on in the blogging world.
Before we left for the races, hubby had my phone upgraded and I now get internet on it but didn't have time to set it all up before we left. Once completed, I should be able to read blogs while on the road. I wonder, can I post from the road as well?