I spotted a duck and a heron searching for dinner. They both must have been camera shy because the duck hid its head and the heron turned its back:
This picture is of the dock and the boat ramp. Normally you could tie your boat to this dock and just step into the boat from there.
I was going to visit an acquaintance that lives a few blocks from this boat ramp and realized that Conroe Penny of Pennys-Tuppence Blog lived there, too. I just had to meet here. I have been reading her blog for some time and besides the updates on her building an RV out of a cargo trailer, she also has some interesting articles on her blog every day. She also works trying to find homes for homeless animals. She is just an amazing person and was so glad to get to meet her in person. My wife and I enjoyed our visit with Penny. Here is a picture of Penny and me in the “cargo” trailer. This is to prove that I was really there:
We need to visit with her again. She is so interesting and friendly. Next time I want to meet her pets. To most of us, pets are a huge part of our families. You know how it goes, “love me, love my pets”. They are my children and constant companions.
It was cool again this morning, 41 degrees, but is to warm up real fast and get back up in the 80’s. Winter tried to break through but will be soon defeated, like in a couple of hours from now.
Hey, you all have a great day now, you hear