Tuesday, December 31, 2013

At the End of our Road -- 10/2/2013 -- Day 145

A glorious sunrise greets us this morning as we drive south toward an area where we expect more amazing sunrises and sunsets.  I think God likes to use the clouds as His canvas.

The sun nestles among the clouds to give the lacy silhouette  of one of my favorite things, a tree. Notably here, a Texas live oak.

Soon out of the Hill Country and around the loop at San Antonio, we make a fuel stop at a station that has bright purple Mexican petunias to delight us.

and a tree....

Past Corpus Christi, past Kingsville and the King Ranch, past Harlingen, we are almost home.   The palm trees tell me.

The GPS sees home.  We will come to a screeching halt before we roll into the Laguna Madre!

We are home.

Jake is in his favorite place on the first landing.

He rests comfortably while Herb and I unload the truck and unload the truck.  Why did we bring all this stuff home?  We should have left it -- we do plan to return to the PNW next Summer.

Dr. Jake C. Harleton, MD (redundancy intended)

Willie of Willie's Tug,
   and of Walldog, Willie and Jake
   Wednesday, October 2, 2013

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