My daughter lives in the St, Louis area. She sent me this photo earlier this evening. They have been experiencing storms. This is her dog, Delta, who does not like storms. So my daughter places this quilt in the corner of her sectional....then Delta comes and sits and looks at her till she comes and sits with her.
Notice on the back of the couch is her kittie, Charlie. (short for Charlotte) They are best of friends, and chase each other through the house. And they sound about like a herd of horses. Charlie, will run along the back of the couch and reach and get Delta, or jump on her.
These photos were taken on the same day as the photos in the previous post. We have never been able to find it again. I had not even remembered the barn in the previous post, but the place shown in these photos....I think about it often enough.
I am just showing them in the order they were taken. Notice that the chain is locked on the dog. There was another dog, looked like at least part Goldern Lab, with a chain and lock just like this one.
And I always remember the dark colored horse.
Notice the chain....that is the chain that the dog is locked to. There were posted signs everywhere....I wonder did they have a lot of trouble with trespassers, or were they trying to hide something.
Taken through the windshield...I actually did a bit of photoshop work to take out an area of dirty windshield. I have not looked at it in expanded view...so you may be able to see it when you click it.
Thought I would show a few more pics from our drive on May 5...
I barely managed a capture of this Wood Duck...he and his mate were in some backwaters beside the rode we were on and quickly skidaddled away when I paused to snap a pic. This is the first time I have ever been sure I was seeing a Wood Duck.
This is another barn I have shown numerous times before. I photograph every time I pass it.
This is just a small portion of a huge orchard north of us. Probably not huge by some standards. I have always hoped to catch it in full bloom but never have. They had taken out a lot of trees in this one section since the last time I was through there.
This is one of my favorite spots on earth...I just wish it was closer to home. Though it is only about 25-30 minutes away....still its not a place I can just go pop by. This view looks north....don't know why I don't take one looking south, because it is on both sides of the road. The road runs through it, just barely big enough for two cars to pass. We seldom see more than one car while there.
All the way across there were geese....they were so far I couldn't tell what they are till I zoomed in with my camera.