Hi all, Dianne here. As shown above, the cattle next to our dog park have watched our return with interest! Our coach house sits right behind the tree line in the background of the photo. Not much to update, but I wanted to share a link to a blog which recently showcased our tiny coach house in Texas. Even if you've seen photos of our coach house on our own blog, there are some great photos which really showcase it here: "It's Only a Shed"
I've added a permanent link to this blog at the left margin of ours, if you are interested in future tiny coach house posts.
Aside from that, here's a quick update:
I've been riding my bike through the state park next door for exercise, and Tuesday morning I came upon this large bobcat.
He ignored me for a while, turning to look at me from time to time, then hopped into the brush along the road.
This morning on my bike ride I saw a road runner. By the time I got my camera out and rode up to him, he ran into the brush to hide. You can just see his shadow in this photo. Maybe next time....
Then I had to stop and wait for this flock of chachalachas to cross the road.
Our plantings are growing like weeds! My tomato plants already have blooms --
They are growing in big pots that we can roll inside in case we get an overnight frost in January.
My morning glory experiment has been a success! They have already grown to the top of the wire trellises, and each day have more and more blooms.
My wildlife cam has mostly captured opossums and early morning birds, but I did find two rabbits...
And a jack rabbit... That's all for now. We'll post again if and when there's something to report.
Our pet photo of the day shows Bandido taking a break in the water tub at the doggie park after retrieving his beloved blue whistle ball a hundred times (exaggeration -- just seemed that way). November is here, and a lot more of his Texas buddies are on their way south for some winter fun. Bandido and Tequila can't wait to see them, and neither can I!