We slept so well last night! A/C off.....windows open to the chilly fall temps!
This morning it was.......
coffee and reading, housekeeping and Louis Dean repairing the camper awning, getting dressed and heading out to town.....Mart, Texas!
I love seeing all the country critters......this horse was along side the road out from the ranch.
We were on the road again - going to the big town of Mart!!
I love it when we go on the 'back roads!'
ALL the roads around here are back roads!
It wasn't the road we thought we were on but we did see a pretty field of yellow flowers!
We shopped the Dollar General for supplies.
I forgot we needed toilet paper, paper towels, Glade plug ins and coffee.
Of course, once I got there I bought a lot of other things!
Back to the camper under the blue sky!
It was mostly a winter looking sky all morning until afternoon when it blued up!
I had put a crock pot of soup on before we left and it was ready to eat when we got back to the camper. We ate while we watched an episode of LOST. We are still in season 4.
Naps followed. He in the bedroom and I in the girl bunk.
I woke up at 6:30 and decided to walk around to all my favorite places down here.
Louis Dean pointed out this honey bee hive in the wall of the shop next to our camper.
Reminded me of the time my mother had honey bees in her chimney.
They took out 7 Home Depot sized buckets of honeycomb!
Not sure how much is in here but we will tell Dean about it in case he doesn't know.
Can you see and hear these Honey bees???
My Country Look!!!!
That apron came in handy.
I have pockets for my phone and camera and really good socks to wear with my oversized pair of Crocs that work out well with my swollen foot.
Hello, Billy goats!
I had so much fun going around and seeing all the critters!
These are the geese Sherry brought down a few months ago.
LD and I sure miss Larry, Curly and Mo. They were the geese that the mallard chased after he got tired of them chasing HIM!
The coyotes got them all but we still have fond memories of them!
The honking geese!
The Chick Chick Chickens!
I gathered their eggs up in my apron!
Breakfast in the morning!
Goats, chickens, ducks, geese.....
I love them all!
And I love how they all just roam around the place.
Best keep our camper door closed or they will walk right in and make themselves at home!
Such a peaceful place down here.
No noise other than nature.
The tank aka Lake Tomaguchi...
I zoomed in to take this pic of our campsite.
Louis Dean had been out spraying around the place for bugs, ants and spiders.
It's wonderful that our so not new camper is amazingly air tight.
I never come in to cobwebs, bugs, ants or even dust.
Every tiny hole or crevice has been stuffed with plastic bags or caulking.
The meadow is one of my most favorite places.
You can even hear the buzz of the bees!
What a blessing it is to be able to disconnect from life as we know it and come down here to rest and recover from the faster pace we live at home.
The peacock didn't spread his feathers for me but he's still pretty!
These chickens are on TOP of the peacock cage.
Look at the eggs they laid!
Lots and lots of eggs in the coops.
I took this photo from inside the coop!
They decided to come in and see what I was doing.
THIS is what I was gathering.
The sky as I walked back up to the camper.
Ever changing but always beautiful.
It's been a wonderful day down here in the country.
I don't see many sunrises here but the sunsets are amazing.
The view from our camper door this evening.
I made a fresh garden salad for our supper and we sat outside watching the starry sky with a glass of wine. I bought this bottle of Pineapple wine at HEB yesterday and added a splash to Louis Dean's Sangria and my Chardonney. Delicious!
My left toe is doing very well.
By this time the bones are knitting theselves together.
My bone to the cadaver bone to the bone graft....
I can feel it as it tingles with the new growth.
It wasn't swollen before but it is now.
Still, not as much as the right one was.
That one was much more fragile.
It's a good thing to be down here in a 31 foot camper with no real work to do and lots of time to rest keep my feet propped up.