David is considering an upgrade from the motorcycle! This car was parked outside the General Patton Museum in Chiriaco Summit, close to Indio, CA.
Gen. Patton was training troops in this area, and later led them in desert warfare in North Africa. The Army was afraid that Rommel was close to capturing the Suez Canal and General Patton was sent in to thwart Rommel’s intentions.
Now we’re in Blythe, CA. You can see it takes a lot of hard work to get broccoli on your plate!
David is considering trading in our Subaru Outback! Saw this in Quartside, AZ. Love the Muppet touch!
An overnight stay in El Paso and then we were finally with daughter Nina, son in law Michael and baby grandson Colin. They live south of Tucson, Arizona and have a big black lab named Lane – for the Virginia Tech football stadium!
Here he is with Colin!
Two weeks with the “kids”, which included visits to Flagstaff, the Grand Canyon, Las Vegas and the Hoover dam, and then on the road to Gold Canyon, east of Phoenix.
So delighted to see that David’s sister Jean and brother-in-law Burt now have a cat – she’s a real beauty, so friendly. Her name is Domino.
Tomorrow, we travel to friends in Riverside, CA. They have a dog! To be continued……….”
After a night at a hotel in Little Rock, Arkansas we drove to Austin, Texas to stay with our niece Caroline and her fiancé Randy for three nights. They have two cats but we only managed a picture of one of them! Here’s Caroline and Booger hanging out together!
The Innkeepers of the Channel Bass Inn have been on the road for three weeks now from Chincoteague Island!
Our first stop was Blacksburg, VA, home of VA Tech (we are parents of a Hokie!). We stayed with friends Sandra and Charlie, who have two lovely dogs. Here are Droopy (on the left) and Dillon, they were obviously being coaxed with a treat!
Last year our beautiful daughter Nina gave us the precious gift of a gorgeous grandchild. Colin Henry was born at Fort Stewart, GA on August 12th. Our son in law, Michael, will be promoted to the rank of Captain this coming September. Sadly, (for us) he and NIna and the baby have just moved to Sierra Vista, AZ where they expect to stay for six months to a year ~ Michael will be taking courses in Military Intelligence at Fort Huachuca. Of course, we are making plans to visit them very soon.
The Inn is undergoing some changes. A central heat and air system is being installed as we speak, and a great craftsman Ted C. is creating a beautiful new flagstone pathway.
I’m happy to be taking care of my beautiful grandson, Colin. David went back up to Chincoteague to take care of the Channel Bass Inn, an 11 hour drive! Now I’m waiting for my ride home!