Katie and I took a walk yesterday, longer than usual. The walking here isn't as good as the park in Oregon, Armitage, where there was a lot of space and really pretty trails. But right outside this park, across the street, there is a field with llamas. We went across to see them, I didn't realize llamas are so curious, like cows. One was especially friendly, and stayed close to the fence most of the time we were there.
There was a man trying to fly a kite in one of the ball fields. Nice breezes in this area, and it went up well, but kept coming right back down. He just kept trying. I watched him for a while.
I just downloaded a free app to my Android phone - it's called Tiny Flashlight + LED.
I keep my flashlights in the cupboard, but I always have my phone with me, up in the bunk or down, so this "flashlight" is very convenient and always nearby. When I took Katie outside tonight, it was 8:00 and dark outside and I tried it out, it's pretty bright and covers enough ground to be useful. It doesn't project ahead down a trail like a handheld flashlight, but works more like a lantern type light. It uses the LED light in the camera. I would recommend it, and the price is right. : )
One more day here at Stan Headwall Park, and on Monday we'll be on our way. I'm going to try to use Walmarts and Rest Areas as much as I can as we are heading toward Idaho, then find a campground in Idaho to stay a week or so.
From Me and My Dog, have a nice Labor Day weekend, everyone! : )