With myself. I began blogging so I could keep a Journal of my life. Also to make friends. I have made many, but, I think they have given up on me posting regularly. Let's see if I can remedy that.My last post was telling about the wonderful piece of property we had purchased on the Entiat River just north of Wenatchee Washington. I posted a picture of the platform we built down near the river. I spent one night on it freezing in our tent. It has to go down in history as one of my worst nights ever. I said I would not go back until I had a bed there. Soooo we took a bed over. In this picture, we are getting ready to leave so it is wrapped in a parachute, to protect the mattress from the elements. My patio table and chairs are on top to keep the parachute down. The wind blows down the canyon almost every day.
We see deer across the river every morning and evening. These two have nice racks on them. They were getting ready to cross the river but changed their minds when they saw us watching.
There are also a couple of fawn across the river.
Pepper is thinking it might be time to wake up and go wallow in the dirt. She loves her freedom over there, but after one day she is ready to go home.
A neighbor told us how to drive around and up the mountain to see our property from above. Ours is the piece the upper side of the triangle created by the road and river. If you look closely, you can see the cabin that is in limbo in the upper corner of the property beside the trees. All of the property that you can see on the other side of the river is ours too. It does not go up the mountainside though. Sadly, there is a nearly 20,000 acre fire raging in the canyon right now. It is downriver from us and I feel pretty confident it won't make it all the way up to us. It may be wishful thinking on my part. So far no homes have been lost which is good news.