Directly in front of our RV, this is what you see just in from the shoreline:
Yep, it was either alligators or hogs (and I have not seen any prints or signs of hogs but have seen lots of alligator signs and have seen lots of alligators here in the past). I keep quite alert when walking our dogs and don't let them get too close to the water's edge.
This ugly, wind blown, old man took a self portrait. He must have been concentrating really hard on what he was trying to do or he was in a really bad mood. (I was concentrating. Don't do that very much and it must have hurt - grin)
(My wife said to take my picture off. I did. Sure don't want to scare any little kids)
This is our youngest pup. She was a rescue dog and had a name before we got her. Her name was Gizmo but we just call her Gizzy. (Hey, that rhymes with Dizzy)
All three of our pups just love to go RVing and are always ready for me to take them on walks so they can explore and so our male can mark all the trees. In a forest this large, he will probably loose half his weight before he gets home (grin). This will be our last full day here. We will be heading home tomorrow but will stop at the flea market before going home. If you read my post about the trip up here, than you know that this big diesel pusher is the only vehicle I have to get around in until I can get the insurance adjuster out to the house and then maybe get a rental car.
Got down to 55 degrees over night. Had to light the furnace this morning to take the chill out of the air. The overhead AC with the heat strip quit working. I prefer to heat this rig with electric but my propane tank is pretty full, so everything is just fine. Now, you all have a great day, you hear?