Saturday, July 31, 2010
No not us, Ginger's human real mama and daddy. We decided to go out to visit them a few minutes and tell them how Ginger is doing. They have left lock, stock, and barrel. Their old camper home with a tarp over part of the roof. Old rusty pick-up, boat and lawn mower. They were true to their word. They wanted to move to the coast and live a life just fishin'. They will probably stay a couple years and we will hear from them they are back in this county looking for something to rent. Guess its all good if you can live without thinking of the future. We had checked on the cattle this morning. They weren't worried about the future either. Just chewing their cud or grazing on the green grass. Cows have a good life as long as it rains. Ginger and her pal were funny this morning. They are still staying together but some how they had been seperated by a fence. They didn't let that stop them from staying side by side. If one moved down the fence line the other moved on the other side. They will come to a gate eventually and get together on the same side of the fence.