Katie is back to normal. Thank you for the nice comments hoping she's better soon. It took a while this time, she hasn't been eating much, but did have some food yesterday and today she is hungry and full of energy, so I think she's feeling fine. Next time we're near a PetSmart, I'm going to see if their vet can give me something for motion sickness for her and we'll see if that takes care of the problem. She's been pretty mopey, looks at me with such sad eyes, I knew her tummy wasn't feeling good. Thank goodness she's her old self again!
He told me he and his wife were talking about how much they admire my courage, being able to drive an RV and traveling by myself. That was really nice of him to say, and I realized I don't even think about it as having courage anymore. In the beginning I did, I tried really hard not to have any fear about this adventure I was undertaking, just to go with the flow and enjoy it. Now, after four months, it feels pretty normal, and that's a good thing. And since I have Katie with me, I don't feel like I'm traveling alone.
There is a golf course next door to the RV park, and they were having some sort of car show today.
While taking our walk, this guy had Katie's attention. She sniffed it, and I got close to snap a photo, but he just kept walking. He has wings, but just kept walking. He's pretty big, some kind of beetle. Can you see him in the rocks? When Katie notices a bug, she gets really close to it, probably to see if it's edible, and usually jumps back quickly when it moves.
I know they have deer here because some of the younger trees are wrapped in wire, but I sure haven't seen any. That beetle and swarms of little flying gnats are about all I've seen since we've been here. A few birds, there were some doves yesterday cooing nearby.
I peeked into the windows when they were empty, and they are pretty bare. Bunk beds, a couch, table and chairs and not much else. I guess when a camper moves in, though, they look more homey, and they'd be a good thing for people who don't RV and don't want to tent camp. They have A/C and heat, no water. They have picnic tables and water hook-ups that are the same as the RV sites. Nice looking little cabins.
It's going to be a quiet Sunday for me and Katie, other than taking some good walks. Most of the RVs on this lower loop are gone, only a few are still here.
From Me and My Dog, have a great Sunday, everyone! :)