We are having a great time parked at Nancy’s house here in the Bay Area. She and I taught together many years. She has been my retirement mentor and wonderful friend. It is so cool being here and being back with friends and family. Russ and I have been going to the YMCA, chiropractor, church and with close friends. We have Brandon and Marisa here and Kay and Todd. I get time with my closest girlfriends and we have even been to Watsonville to camp on the strawberry farm at Russ’s sister’s home. I even ran into a former Crossroad’s Student. How cool is that?
Just starting to catch up on the blog and calling other peoples we want to see.
A Day of the Dead theme
Cool mailbox. This cottage is so cute.
Georgie will no longer go into front yard.
Dusk allows the lights to show a bit
My favorite, Nancy has changed this one up a few times.
I had the idea for this, but Nancy executed-the drink is eyeballs.
The skeleton is drinking eyeballs.
Front porch was built some years ago by brother in law Ken Honas
Our light that changes colors was bought at Blackfoot’s East Idaho County Fair and Rodeo
Georgie is so much fun. She has all that youth and just owns us. We take walks and the tail just goes, everything fascinates her but at the same time she is overwhelmed by the Callifornia scene. Last evening we went to a doggie park in Concord with Norma’s new puppy. It was very busy at sunset and as the moon came up over Mt. Diablo lots of people were out. Perfect fall weather of 70 degrees. Well she pulled that tail down between her legs and did not move an inch. Finally I just sat and held her. We will move a step back and just play with Norma’s, Truffles.
Getting used to Karole’s dogs in Idaho.
Rainy in beautiful camping ground in Sisters, Oregon.
Loves her chews and then sets them down for us to throw. She is teaching us how to play.
Motor home with a few changes made in Idaho while we were there.
Georgie loves pillows and wants them set up just so.
She has claimed the passenger seat. Now she likes to have her bed up there.
We loved taking her everywhere with us. She just stops people who want to know her story.
We shopped in Walnut Creek, CA then went to Stanfords, where they let us walk onto the patio and have dinner with us. The waitresses shared their doggie photos with us and made a fuss.
We feel so lucky that she has come into our life!