|Beautiful Fleur, so graceful.|
|Power is such a cutie. I always put up Katie's food and keep the water down for them. See the little bowl next to Power?|
|Hey, Mom, look what I did! Boy that water was good, and the paper towel under it, too! But that bowl is waaaay too small for Greyhounds.|
Wednesday night and yesterday morning Katie was acting like we had a mouse again. She wasn't barking or wagging her tail, just looking at the cab area. I kept telling her, "Mouse all gone."
When we went to bed Wednesday night, I blocked off that area, I didn't want her to get aggressive and put a paw under the seat. I might catch a paw instead of a mouse.
|Katie said, "I swear I can smell a mouse."|
After Hazel and pups went home yesterday, Katie was still checking out that area and so I went outside, opened the doors to the cab, and guess what I found? Yup, another dead mouse in the Tomcat Snap Trap. It must have visited us during the storm Wednesday evening.
BARBARA AND KATIE: 4 - MICE: 0 (3 Tomcat Snap Trap, 1 butcher knife)
Wednesday was cloudy all day. It was a hot day, so the cloud cover and breezes helped a lot.
|Our campsite at sunset with cloudy skies.|
I went to bed around 11:00 pm, and we were having quite a thunder and lightening storm. The thunder rolled and rolled and the lightening just lit up the sky. I got up and brought the TV antenna down and unplugged the TV again. I don't know if lightening would hit the antenna or not, but I'm not taking any chances.
Visitors can camp for 14 days in the New Mexico State Parks this year, then we have to leave for six nights. Katie and I are leaving this morning and will be Wal-Mart camping for our six nights out. We'll drive around the Gallup area and find some nice places to day camp, then return to Wal-Mart or Home Depot, etc. at night after it cools down for the day.
From Me and Katie, have a great Friday, everyone! :)