Sunday, June 03, 2012

Dog Juice

Harley dog by Dear Miss Mermaid copyright by
The weather  people were actually right this time. It did drop to 54F degrees last night, just like they predicted. I got up to turn on the mattress warmer, the tiny 200 watt ceramic heater in the bathroom and the electric heater in the living area. It was c-c-c-cold. Amazing for the south in June.

I am in northeastern Georgia near I-85 and the South Carolina border. According to this area doesn't even exist.

I can see South Carolina from where I am. I am not even in the Blue Ridge mountains. But I am in Cherokee lands, the foothills.

The deer are taunting me again. Six of them. I ran into them out walking. Did I have a camera with me?  Of course not. It was the only time in 3 weeks, I have dared to go for a walk without my camera. *SIGH*

That's because I was behind on rocks. I need more rocks for my project. Rocks are heavy. I was afraid I couldn't manage  a rock, camera and puppy on a string while walking uphill, breathing and chewing gum.  Just kidding. I don't have any gum to chew.

This morning, the three does and their three fawns are all over my campsite, just picking through the flora to see what they can eat. I tiptoe around my motorhome, finding my camera to take pictures. Of course that is when I realize my windows are filthy. I snapped one blurry picture, then the camera announved the batteries were dead.  Then it died, refusing to do a thing.


This only happens when I try to photograph the deer up close.

Dog juice.

My windows seem covered in dog juice. Yes, a certain little dog (we won't name names...) will sometimes race up to the window to bark ferociously at something outside that has come too close to us. I guess dog juice flies out of his little mouth while he is barking and messes up the windows.


At least I have very good protection and an excellent alarm system. But I pay the price with dirty windows.

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