So, I am still on the road (so to speak) folks, even though we've been back home two weeks. The blog posts just keep on coming!
These are more pictures of my visit with my son, Michael, and his wife, Susan.
Home sweet home to them.
The square-foot garden was producing veggies like crazy!
So, there was a bunch of canning going on. I got to bring home some wonderful pickles. Great job, Susan.
The next door neighbors have a herd of Alpacas. I had never been around Alpacas before so I ambled over to the fence to get a better look. They originate from the Andes and are smaller than llamas. When sheared, their fiber is similar to wool and did you know, it comes naturally in over 50 colors. At least, that's what I read on the internet. You don't even have to dye the stuff, evidently. Note the newborn with it's mama on the left.
We drove out to Joe Wheeler State Park where Michael will soon moor his sailboat. The lodge has 75 rooms and each have a balcony facing the lake. Now, that's my kind of place.
Peanut loved hanging out the window, checking out the breeze, the trees, the deer and turkeys.
It was a wonderful visit. I hope I get to go back really soon.
After Shirley and I left family in Athens, we headed for more family in Greeneville, Tennessee. So, til next time