boy, you guys had some good guesses as to where I am sequestered. They Were:
No Winners Yet So here are Two Hints
Something in the picture below will tell you more about the terrain. (You have already guessed Snow)
plus I am sequestered in the United States...
Also, as you can see, Me and My Vickie are having a great time. Today we made a huge snowman out of the snow on the porch. Hiked along the (Hint Hint) big lake(s) just across from the cabin, and had baked beans and canned spam for dinner. (YUCK)
Back at home, My Buddy James Dean had to say goodbye to a good friend. You might remember Jake the red bone hound that was found wandering west of town, all starved and bony. Well, James Dean and his loving family fostered Jake until a new home was found.
My Vickies bestest friend from way back when, drove all the way up from Farmington New Mexico to Ogden Utah to pick up Jake and take him home. Now My Vickie says a dog can do no better, than to live with Laurel and Jay so she was very excited when they called her and said they would love to adopt him.
Today James Dean and Jake said their final goodbyes. It was a good farewell, not a sad one, cause Jake is getting a second chance at life....
There was only one little tiny glitch in the whole thing and that was Chico.....Chico is not 100% sure he wants Jake to move in with them.
But, I hear, after a seven hour drive home, where they both had to share the back seat of the car, Chico finally made peace with the idea that a big eared, drooling hound dog was moving in and there wasn't much he could do about it.
I missed the chance to play with our visitors this week cause I am Sequestered, but they sent us some pictures to share. This is Mayzie. She is really tiny but a lot of fun, or so Scrappy says...
Below is Annie, she is kinda quiet and sleeps a lot.
And John was able to get some cool bird pictures. Like our white robin. She and her bird hubby have been living near us for about three years. It is always a treat to see them.
And he also met up with a very beautiful bald eagle. They come here during the winter and catch fish west of us, then fly up into the mountains to the east of us to spend the night. We don't often get the chance to see them just a hangin out.
And finally, just a little reminder to my sweet Charlotte, that We are still going to the dance.....even though I am being sequestered. My Vickie has worked something special so I can still be a judge in Mango Minster.