I hope you enjoy the photos!
You’re getting good with that camera!!! They should have called that the Caballo & Vaca Park
what with all of the horses & cows.. Can you catch and ride los caballos?? Maybe Spike could learn to ride bareback!!! Little Ms Stand-back/No pics wouldn’t though!!! Hope your day is going well and y’all have Smooth roads,clear BLUE skies & nice balmy breezes!!!!!!!!!!
Hey Butterbean! Trying to cope with two animals is enough for me!
I did enjoy the pictures! And I like the horses and cows in teh campground – the skunks and raccoons, not so much.
I admit I was a little nervous around the bull. I guess he’s young enough not to get angry about me looking at him.
Skunk smell woke me up last night, so I quickly shut the window . . . No incidents so far!
Have Spike & Bridget become accustomed to the cows and horses yet?
This morning, Spike put on the brakes when he saw we were headed toward the cows and horses. When I wouldn’t give him a choice, he adopted Bridget’s act-like-they-aren’t-here strategy.
Poor Spike. He really is a brave boy, but he can’t see as well as he used to. Maybe they look like monsters to him!
Sue, enjoyed the pics. If I didn’t have to go to work tomorrow I’d be there as well. I check your blog for updates all the time and just got an e-mail that you had posted. Keep on loving the life! Collier Carlton
I wish you didn’t have to go to work tomorrow! Thank you for subscribing to my blog . . .
Great photos! And all taken with the cute red camera, I presume? 😉 Hope Bridgie gets used to you carrying a camera soon. LOL! She and Spike are the perfect crew !
Hi, Jool . . .
Bridget has her moods. Sometimes she’s okay with the camera. Usually she acts like I’m going to shoot her, as in “bang you’re dead.”
Nevertheless, they are the perfect crew.
Glad you like the photos . . .
Hi, Sue and crew,
Well, I’m caught up again with your blogs. Love ’em all!
I hope you don’t need the hydrogen peroxide solution, but if you do …
remember not to leave it on too long … wouldn’t want Spike and Bridget to lose their sexy spots.
Bob (aka stude53)
Just try to imagine Bridget as a blonde! It can’t be done!
Great pictures, Sis. The horses and cattle just wandering around is really neat. Spike and Bridget have adapted so well. They were so well behaved here on your visit. We were talking about you at dinner on Sunday and Jake asked when you were coming back.
Jake asked exactly what I’ve been wondering myself. It won’t be that difficult to wander over to Mississippi once in a while. The food alone would justify a trip to your house!
Seriously . . . it would be wonderful to see you and your clan again. I wish you were in a no-freeze zone . . . I’d be there for the winter.
Until I see you again . . . thank God for emails and blogs! It makes me happy to know you are reading my entries and seeing where I am. Love you!
How exciting for you and Fred! I know you will have a great time . . .
As for the coyotes . . . and I don’t mean to minimize the threat . . . I think the reason the crew and I ran into trouble with that one coyote at Elephant Butte Lake was because Bridget was scampering around off leash. . . and she’s not a big dog. Plus that area is a magnet for coyotes because of the concentration of rabbits drawn there by campers putting out food.
Be prudent, but not fearful is my motto. Enjoy camping with your Fred!
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Roger (left) and Reggie (right)
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