Andrea introduced us to this game on a rainy night in the campground after dinner. With the rain came the mosquitoes, so we all moved into the rig.
Here's the Prichard / Brockman clan minus Pop
This is Pop, he is 90 years old. He was born in a small town call Parkin, AR in 1923.
This is Della and Abby, cute pair of Chocolates as you can see. Almost close enough to be related.
It makes you wonder what they were all looking at.
Back to Anna and Woody's place, they own about 40 areas in a rural setting south of Ocala, Florida. Della loves it in this rural setting, as you can see in the photos below. You can see that she does not have her leash on. Now Tilly on the other hand requires a small tether.
Whenever we put Tilly out, she has to carry her hammer around.
Here's a shot of the rig in their back yard;
Susan's add-on: We spent Jan 7th at Live Oaks Landing near Freeport, FL. Weather as in most of US was cold. So we decided to pack up next morning and move on. Arrived at Bayou Segnette State Park in Westwego (only about 20 minutes from French Quarter, New Orleans). Day was about a 300 mile drive. Great park, quiet and close to New Orleans activities. Today, 9th, we took ferry across Mississippi and walked around French Quarter area. Had coffee and biegnats at Cafe du Monde, visited the Old Mint Museum and enjoyed the warmer weather as we strolled down Bourbon, Royal and Charters Streets.