I’d have gotten more done Friday if I hadn’t come across this on the way into town. I’d seen them doing the same thing the previous day, but didn’t have the camera.
Can’t help wondering what the dingle dangler and helicopter pilot do for excitement on their days off.
“So, how was your day, honey?”
“Same old same old. Boss looking over my shoulder all the time.”
Posted in 2013, Adventure, America, Human Behavior, Transportation
Tagged aviation, economy, energy, helicopter, Human Behavior, humor, Life, other, powerline, society, sociology, technology
Good morning readers. Thanks for coming by for a read this morning.
Jeanne called yesterday and said she’d fallen and broken her arm in a parking lot. Drove to a clinic somewhere and got a temporary cast put on. Afterward she said she’s having to type with one hand, so she mightn’t be doing much online work for a while.
I’m fairly concerned about this cat, Tabby. She’s 10-11 years old ….. seems to have a propensity for skin conditions summers, doesn’t get along well with the two long hairs, goes through phases of beating up Niaid, or being so stand offish the older cats gang up on her and drive her away from the food. All of them have too many scratches on their faces for my tastes.
Sometimes I’ll go a couple of days without seeing her, and when I do, about half the time she pretends I might hit her, cringes away. I’m keeping as close an eye on her as I’m able until two weeks passes since the agressive coon incident, because I have the impression she ain’t feeling well at all.
One of the possible jobs I’m looking at is in Arizona, a couple has a self-styled animal rescue setup, would like someone to help out feeding and taking care of the animalcules on their four-acres of land. In exchange for a site with utilities. Might be fun to do for a while, and if Tabby did well there I think I might persuade myself she’d be happier there permanently than voyaging around with the two older cats and me.
Spent all day in town Friday trying to get everything done transferring title, insurance etc on the new RV, but the day wasn’t long enough. Complications with undotted Tees and uncrossed eyes had me scurrying around back and forth up and down a lot of the day.
Back tomorrow to hopefully get it all finalized.
Posted in Adventure, America, Animals, Senior Citizens, Solitude, Texas, Transportation, Trucks
Tagged animals, cats, country life, culture, Human Behavior, Life, lifestyle, pets, rescure, rv, society, sociology, travel