Hazel has been full-timing since 2005 and has been a wealth of information for me. She just started a new blog, Class A Greyhounds...RVing with the Big Dogs; check it out, its looking really good! Hazel is trying to decide if she should rescue another Greyhound to keep Fleur company, so we are looking at some rescue dogs Saturday, and hopefully she'll find one to take home and love. I'm glad she has a blog now, so I can follow along with her when she is traveling down the road.
Do you watch the Honey BooBoo TV show about the little girl and her family? I don't watch Honey Booboo's show but I've sure been hearing a lot about this little girl. Anyway, she has a name generator you can log into to see what your Honey BooBoo name is. I assume that's how she got that silly name.
My Honey BooBoo name is Bloom Dainty or Bliss Darlin' and Katie's is Kewpie Dainty. Or Kiddie Ding Dong. Those are pretty good.
If you want to see what your Honey BooBoo nickname is, just do a search for Honey Booboo name generator. Fill in the first and last name windows and your nickname will come up. In case you don't like the nickname it comes up with, try again. Each time it comes up with another one. Silly, but fun.
The other day I had a knock on the door, and it was Jeanne and Riley, coming for a visit. I knew Jeanne was heading toward Bluewater Lake State Park because she had e-mailed me, and I was so happy to meet her. She's a very interesting woman who is taking a break from work - resetting her life, as she put it.
She has a Lazy Daze motor home and when I visited her a couple of days later, she invited me in and we had another good visit. She showed me some of the things she has made on the road. She's very crafty, binding small leather notebooks, knitting, making hand lotion and detergent - lots of different clever things. Her dog Riley is so well behaved and he and Katie got along well.
Tuesday evening the herd of five horses visited our campground again, so we got to see them for the last time before we leave. Two of the mares are pregnant and ready to deliver, and since they haven't been around for a couple of days, we were thinking the foals might be here already. The Ranger said he thought they might be born this week, but he said today there are no new foals yet.
A young family was camped in the site next to me in a rental motor home. The baby was looking out the back window at the horses. He was so cute.
The Dad and little girl were eating outside at their picnic table, and were pretty excited to see the horses. Look at their faces. The little colt strolled all over their campsite. That's Jeanne's Lazy Daze in the background. When the horses left this site, they wandered over to her site. As usual I was enjoying the horses' visit. I'll sure miss them.
Katie and I saw a rabbit on our walk the other day. I know they are all over the park, but we don't see them often. This one was pretty cute.
Kathie and I are leaving Bluewater Lake State Park tomorrow morning. We're heading east to Arizona, tagging along with Hazel and Cari. Hazel wants to go to a festival at Camp Verde where they also have some Rescue Greyhounds that she wants to meet. Then we are going to the shop in Glendale where I had my solar installed to have some work done and have my solar system and furnace checked out for the winter. My appointment is on Monday at 10:00, then it's on to Quartzsite!
Tire pressure has been checked, windows are washed, gas tank is full and the tanks are dealt with; our next post will be from Arizona.
From Me and Katie, have a great evening, everyone! :)