Walter waving goodbye to Texas...
Back at David and Kathy's. The puppy wanted to help me bring Soj in.
Right now I'm sitting in a motel room at The Scottish inns that was donated to us by the owner. Walter and I are both so grateful to be here. We got up this morning to the oh so loud alarm clock at 4am which got one rooster going...which started another...which started the loudest of all the loud roosters. It wasn't a pleasant awakening, but there was no hitting the snooze button with all of that going on so Soj and I were off walking down the highway by 4:20am.
Poor Walter decided to take these train tracks to cut off some miles, but instead came to cattle guards and fences so he had to climb a big hill in tall grass in over 100 degree weather. Soj didn't mind. He like the tall grass because he can swipe a bite while he walks without stopping.
David works on saddles and makes concho's and bridles and all kinds of things for riding that I haven't really gotten into yet, but I paint and carve a little more...it would have been fun to have a month together to really exchange what we know and see what we could come up with.
This is a picture of Ron leaving to go bring Walter some water after giving me the cooler.
I'd say I could use some beauty rest.