Tuesday, November 12, 2013
We lost our little deck hand two weeks ago. Wicket had been with Susan for 14.5 years. She was only 8 weeks old when Susan, Taylor & Heston picked her up & took her home. She had a great life with lots of exciting experiences, but she got worn out and was ready to REST in PEACE.
She is sooooo missed.
Susie's little girl.
Friday, October 4, 2013
Only a mile west of Amarillo, TX is the creation of some 70's artists.
10 Cadillac's buried in a farm field, nose down.
The Cadillac's have all been stripped of seats, steering wheels, you name it and they have a million layers of spray paint on them. Lots of people pulled off I40 to take a closer look, but you can see them as you fly by. They are on the south side of the interstate.
Thursday, October 3, 2013
Our little 14yr. old, 8lb. Yorkie, Wicket, can't do much anymore. She's almost blind and can't walk far, but she sure loves to take a dip in the lake. One of her favorite things are "boat ramps". She realizes she's on the ramp and she runs for the water.
Rocks at Lake Ute
Bob climbing rocks at Lake Ute north of Tucumcari, NM.
Antelope north of Tucumcari, NM
Saturday, September 14, 2013
Newly developed website, www.snowbirdsinPhoenix.com now has a couple sister sites. www.snowbirdsusa.com and www.snowbirdsinTucson.com. The Tucson site still has a little work left to do, but it is about 90% done. It'd be nice to get some "activity and entertainment" information from the activity directors at the RV Resorts, but I try to get as much info as I can from searching the internet. Hoping to have www.snowbirdsinYuma.com up and running in a month or so. Well, it may take more time then that, as we hope to be on the road to Mesa within a couple weeks. Yahoooooo!
Friday, September 13, 2013
Bob has been a busy guy indulging in his interest of woodworking and music. He has been making Cigar Box Guitars. These are photos of his first two as they are being constructed from a pile of lumber.
These first two will be electric. One will be fretless and the other will have frets.
You can see how it shines? Well, it feels smooth as a baby's butt, too. He will be selling them if anyone is interested.
Monday, August 19, 2013
Doug Deming with harmonica player, Dennis Gruenling and the Jewel Tones
We saw them in July in Des Moines and can you believe it? They were in a little town, yesterday, of 662 people (Pomeroy, IA) for the evening. Not only are they all really good with their instruments, but they have sooooo much fun
Doug writes most of their stuff. He's really good at composing with lots of upbeat tunes.