I have made it home and was welcomed with sloppy toddler kisses and tween hugs. As well as handsome husband embraces. All is right with the world when you get those time stopping hugs from your husband and you just breathe him all in.
However, there is no way I could not give a send off to my great friend and farm pal, Danni.
And you thought I was the only one who found a friend in the lumberjack. She just tried to make it seem like Roxy was the one who wanted to sit on his lap.
Okay. See the lady? Did you know you CANT pump your own gas in Oregon? What the heck? She came right up to the vehicle and totally asked how much gas you needed and then got it for you. And she seemed as tho she ENJOYED pumping the gas. Can you say spoiled? I was in awe the WHOLE time at the gas station. And Danni was worried that I wouldnt have any fun.....
I got to go the feed store. That was a great experience. We even know people on a first name basis there. I think I am getting reprimanded here for taking pictures instead of helping to pick out poultry feeders/waterers.
The beach was one of the funnest days. Our little break we decided to indulge in....a lot of relaxing and playing with Rox. I tried to tell her not to feed the birds...she never listens to me. It always starts out nicely...then they get a little worked up.....then they just seem to want to eat you whole.
Of course, taking a little time to smell the flowers is always a good idea.
Tumeric, tumeric....I know you are here somewhere. I need you for the pickles.
Dot. Sweet little Dot. Just likes to do her own thing....her own way....in her own time.....she just has to have it just so.
It was a sad day to leave and begin my travels back home. We had such a great time and did so many fun things...and laughed so, so much. But, I have to say, it made my heart full on that last day to see that I had earned my spot on the morning coffee cup set up. As you can see, it progressed quite naturally.....and even tho I drink tea, not coffee....I still have a spot. Gotta love that.