TONIGHT’S PHOTOS ARE FROM WEDNESDAYS JEEP DRIVE…WE NEVER TIRE OF WANDERING THE BACK ROADS
Figured I had better get that clay based mud off our Jeep this morning before an afternoon sun swung round through the Pines & baked it on. Out with the power washer & off the mud. Out with the Power Vac for a clean-up of the interior as well. I sucked up enough doggy fur for us to make another whole doggy. And we had us enough mud on the floor mats to make a couple mud pies.....had we been so inclined to do so.
NOT EVERY FARMER HAS A SAILBOAT IN HIS YARD OR A NICE TRACTOR FOR MOWING GRASS ALONG THE DITCHES
Was feeling the need for a Tuna Sub so just before noon Pheebs & I headed ourselves on down to 'Subway' & shared a Sub. Oh oh, tuna fish between the seats again. And just after I cleaned all the muffin crumbs out too. Oh well better get me some more air fresheners.
THOUGHT THIS WAS ANOTHER MARSHMALLOW FARM UNTIL I SAW THE DARK ROUND CENTERS WHICH MAKES IT A ‘SMORES’ FARM:))
WRAPPING THE BALES BY HAND AT LEFT OR WRAPPING THE BALES WITH A MACHINE AT RIGHT
Hauled out my old dog eared & worn RV checklist this morning. This is the list I typed up about 7 years ago. We use this list for packing the RV, & checking off the multitude of things one has to do when planning to be away from home for 6 months. Yes it's a bit early but the list needed updating so figured I might as well get after that right now while I'm thinking about it.
WANDERING RIVERS & ROADS MAKE UP OUR COUNTRY NEIGHBORHOOD
PHEEBS & I ALWAYS ENJOY OUR MANY DRIVES THROUGH SOUTH-WESTERN ONTARIO’S RURAL FARM LANDS
We are still walking neighbor Gerald's dog Dexter twice a day. Pheebs & I head over to the Park while Kelly walks over to Dexter's house then meets us in the Park across the road. After spotting each other it is always so great to watch Pheebs & Dexter excitedly rush towards each other at top speed with tails wagging & happy doggy smiles bursting from their faces. Gerald's eye is still healing from surgery & he has had to keep his head tilted down 24 hours a day for the past week. Doctor gave him the OKay today to look up so he will be back out walking Dexter again.
THESE GUYS ARE ALWAYS SO HAPPY TO SEE EACH OTHER
Noticed today TDHOMESTEAD has just joined us on our Blog Followers list. Thanks for dropping by folks & nice to have you aboard. Looks like you are full-timers doing a bit of Workamping. Also noticed RV SUE & HER CANINE CREW dropped in to see you so I suspect you folks must be somewhere around where RV Sue is at the moment which is in an area near the Gros Ventre Range in Grand Teton National Park Wyoming. And speaking of RV Sue she just marked THREE YEARS FULL-TIME ON THE ROAD:))
THREE HAY BALES HOLDING UP A TREE
GROANER'S CORNER:(( Early in the Civil War, when the Union armies were suffering repeated defeats, Abraham Lincoln was discussing the war situation with his cabinet.
"How many men do you estimate are in the Confederate army?" a cabinet member asked. "About a million and a half," said Lincoln. "That many?" said another member. "I thought the number was considerably less." "So did I," said Lincoln, "but every time one of our generals loses a battle, he insists that he was outnumbered three to one - and we have about 500,000 men."