Sunday, September 26, 2010

Easily entertained!

I spent Saturday with my Pop, brother and 2 of his darlings! We joined Pop at the Rocking HI to watch the pipeline crew bore under the corner of the property we call Sherwood Forest. The Mule needed gas!
We took a break for lunch at the "White Leghorn Cafe" a few miles down the road.
It is a VERY interesting place. The old wooden floor looks like the swells in the Gulf of Mexico! All the tables have shims to keep them semi-level!

Pop and Brandon found a cool spot to sit and observe the action on the boring pipes.
One of the crewmen was happy to explain how this instrument helped them pinpoint the location of the boring pipes underground. Pop and Alec were very interested. Trixie, not so much!
Then we went to another fenceline and watched the track hoe dig the pit where the borer would come out.
This dog showed up and kept us company while we watched!

Bug was more interested in what I was up to than the machinery at work!

She also entertained herself looking through my binoculars. I entertained myself taking photos of her entertaining herself!
It was nice to get away from all the housework awaiting me after a work week! Sadly, the housework is still awaiting me, so I best get busy!
Y'all come back,


  1. Sometimes just hanging out is more fun than anything. Glad you're feeling better? Hope so anyway. Mimi

  2. It is good to just hang out doing things with family and leave the housework for a few hours.
    It will always be there.LOL
    Great photos.
    Have a great day

  3. The White Leghorn looks like a very interesting place with a menu like that!
    Beautiful dog- I love it's eyes!

  4. So sorry to hear you're not feeling well. Maybe the "drugs" will help. Would love to go the the Leghorn with you! Things are cooling down a bit here in OK and I'm grateful for that. Hope school is going well. Take care and God Bless.


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