Greetings from RVSue and her one-dog canine crew!
“Hey, Reg! Let’s kick-start this blog post into gear!”
The backhoe is quicker than the eye and the camera!
In previous posts readers were introduced to my friends, Geri and Chuck.
You may remember the birthday dinner with bagpipes or the sharing of Navajo pizza in Bluff, Utah, along with other good times together.
You may have read about their craft, the glass suncatchers they call Mermaid Tears, which “sell like hotcakes” in shops and at festivals.
The next photo is a cropped section of a larger pic sent to me by Geri. It shows the suncatchers on display at their “booth.”
Mermaid Tears suncatchers:
Recently I posted a photo of Tater.
Yes, I’ll get to Mardi Gras. First, some more background . . . .
Tater is the rescue dog repeatedly rejected by previous adopters. After the passing of their beloved Doogie Bowser (seen at linked page above), Geri and Chuck seek a companion for their dog, Radar.
When introduced to Tater, they see something special in this chunky, mature dog with protruding lower teeth. They take him home. No more rejection for Tater!
Tater loves his new family and they love him. He brings more laughter to their home and is a comfort while they recover from their loss.
It’s Mardi Gras time!
Geri and Chuck have a booth featuring their Mermaid Tears at today’s Mardi Gras in Appalachicola, Florida. The festivities include a canine parade!
Radar and Tater are ready for Mardi Gras.
As Geri wrote in her email to me:
“We will use Radar and Tater as front men to lure people over to our booth!”
What does this have to do with RVing?
Well, it shows what fun you can have when you are open to new experiences, such as crafts, festivals, and parades, or whatever you find of interest to you.
It also shows how life is enriched when you give a dog a home and family, whether you live in a sticks-and-bricks or in a home-on-wheels.
NOTE: Do you have a craft you’d like to tell us about? Do you create simply for enjoyment or do you also sell your items? How do you market what you make? Readers are interested. I encourage you to join us in comments! — Sue
THANK YOU FOR SHOPPING AMAZON FROM MY BLOG!
Use any ad or link to enter Amazon and a commission goes to RVSue and her canine crew. Here are a few of the items readers recently ordered from Amazon:
Wireless On-Ear Headphones
DreamLily Hawaiian Flower Headband
Gooby Stretch Fleece Dog Vest, 5X-Large — This vest is not the same as Reggie’s. This one is made of stretch material and fits larger dogs. For Reggie’s vest, see link at bottom of previous post. — Sue
Scanner for Check Engine Light & Diagnostics
Pterostilbene, Supports Cardiovascular & Neurologic Health
Totally off today’s topic . . . A truck seen in Blythe, California