Adieu To Sis…..And Heading Into The Boonies
Sadly I said goodbye to sis this morning. It’s always tough to see her go, especially when we live so far apart and get on so well together. It’s a natural part of the choice I’ve made with my nomadic lifestyle ->; I totally relish my life experience (and wouldn’t exchange it for anything), but sometimes miss being close to those I love. Such are the pathways of life…
Poor girl is travelling back to heavy rain and ice in ‘ol England, so hopefully the sun will follow her at least part of the way. Our week in the desert didn’t exactly give her a dark tan, but it’s taken the white sheen off so she no longer camouflages directly into the wall….AND of course the awesome experience of spending a week with the 12 paws and us 🙂
The last few days here I took sis for her first geocaching adventure (she was instantly hooked) and a couple of small side-trips to Cabot’s Pueblo Museum (cool little spot for learning about the history of Desert Hot Springs), downtown farmers market and biking on the local back roads. Desert Hot Springs is a zany kind of place, but for whatever reason it just seems to grow on you, especially if you take the time to explore some of its hidden treasures. I mean who doesn’t enjoy wide open spaces, a good sunset and a hot spa? I think sis was rather blown away by it all, but came to appreciate the desolate beauty that makes this place so special. Adieu dear sis…until we meet again…
Note/ We hit some big winds this week-end so have extended our stay & spa-time by a few days, but will be heading properly into the boonies on Monday. Stay tuned for our next adventure….
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