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Journey to Israel – Part IV

Welcome my friends to our final Journey to Israel.  There have been so many things to share and it was so hard to pick just a few choice pictures of exploring.  Today I’m going to highlight some of the sites we saw and some of the wonderful food we tasted.   (If you missed any of the previous Journey to Israel postings – check them out here – Week 1Week 2 and Week 3


From left to right –

King David Tower in the Old City and View from Herodium

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Posted by on 02/24/2016 in Travels Around the World

 

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Heads Up – The Pig Has Left the Building

Snorts!  By the time you read this my friends, I will have left the building… AKA Hotel Thompson.  We have a surprise coming here to the Hotel Thompson… or should I say someone coming here – snorts with piggy laughter.  I’m keeping my snout shut though and not saying a word about who it might be.

And this time of the year makes me ill.  You might have heard that from me before. And I do have something to say.  After this picture was snapped, I might have snapped myself at daddy and bit him.  Don’t worry – it wasn’t bad but it wasn’t the first time in the past couple of weeks.  (This picture was taken last week).  I’ve had a few aggression problems lately with this weather – some days cool and some days hot.  So mom called my friends that I went to the camp with last year and they have suggested me come and visit them for about a week.  Which is really good since mom/dad have friends coming anyway – that way they can play with them more and I can take some time to run with fellow anipals.  Make sense huh?

But don’t worry.  Everything will work out – I’m sure of it.  And I’m taking my laptop with me so I can check in and still have fun my friends.  Think about me okay.  Love you guys.  ❤  XOXO – Bacon

 
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Posted by on 02/16/2016 in Bacon

 

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It’s Over – Breathe Now

Mom and dad said they received word that Santa and Mrs Claus are officially on vacation. They were sighted on a beach kicking back for some much needed rest and relaxation. I don’t blame them. I’m sure it was a very hectic holiday season. I’ve heard that it’s not easy keeping eight reindeer and a bunch of elves in line. I can only assume that’s it’s kind of like trying to keep daddy out of trouble during this time of year – almost impossible snorts.

This year went by so FAST.  It seems like I yawned in January and BOOM it was Christmas. So this is what my calculations brought me to:

There’s only 363 shopping days left until Christmas next year. I mean heck look at some of you – you’re already getting in the mood. You already have decorations up. 🙂

Happy Planning my friends!

 
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Posted by on 12/27/2015 in Bacon

 

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Paw Time with Houdini

 

HA – BARKS!  Mommy said that this was the cutest tail that she has even seen – barks with puppy laughter.  Sorry Bacon and daddy – I gotta cute butt – what can I say?!  Okay I have to admit that in this picture, daddy had my upmost attention.  You can tell by the way I’m standing – the position of my cute tail and my one ear standing up.  Daddy was actually giving me a treat.  Just ignore dad’s holey shirt – barks!  Mommy says that his around the house shirt only.  And you know, this pooch will take as many and any kind of treats he can get.

And Bacon take notice of my t-shirt.  HA!  I know – I know.  I probably should not have gotten it but it was so darn cute.  And I gotta pick on my bro – if I don’t, who will, right?  Okay maybe Hemi will by slapping him on his hiney with his huge paw – now *that* is something I never get tired of watching.  Talk about amusement here around the Hotel Thompson.

And today is an awesome day my friends.  Do you know what today is?  I mean more than just being the obvious Friday?  Today is the last day at work for my mom.  She starts her holiday when she leaves work today.  YES – DO A LITTLE DANCE – HAPPY DANCE.  Nine entire days with having mommy at the Hotel Thompson.  I’m so excited I may wee myself!

Well that’s all for me my friends – yawns – I hope you had a wonderful week as well.  Happy weekend!

 

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Dear Bacon

I have to give a shout out to my little brother Houdini for helping out last week in my Dear Bacon issue.  Who knew that the pooch had it in him to give such great advice?  Awesome job little guy – thanks so much!!


 

Dear Bacon – Sometimes drastic times call for drastic measures.  I’m just saying.  There we were at the kennel – just the two of us because our parents decided to go on a trip without us.  How could they?  Neither one of us could believe that they put us up in a kennel while they had a great time in the sun.  What’s worse?  They forgot my teddy bear.  So I did what I had to do.  I used the dog as my teddy bear.  Have you ever been in this kind of situation?  Signed Lost in Vacation

Dear Lost in Vacation – Have I ever my friend?  Like you said, sometimes you have to do what you have to do to make it work.  There was no problem in using your brother as your teddy bear.  Doesn’t look like he cared the least.  In fact, it probably made him feel better knowing that you were there with him while your parents were having fun.  I say you made the best out of the situation friend.  And I know how you feel.  Last week at camp, mom forgot my king size Egyptian cotton sheet.  It was horrid not having my blankie with me all week.  It was the first thing I went to when I came home Saturday night.  I know exactly how you feel!


Dear Bacon – Sometimes you have just had that kind of day.  You know the one.  The one where you can’t catch the squirrel.. or the mailman.. or that loud car that vrooms-vrooms up/down the street all day taunting you..or that pesky purr thing.  Shakes head.  Today was that day.  The cat ate all of my food.  Mom forgot to give me water before her and dad left for work.  I was thirsty.  I couldn’t even get to the toilet in the bathroom because the purr thing shut the door.  That purr thing really has it out for me.  So, when dad finally got home.  I had to have a cold one.  It was screaming my name.  Have you ever felt this way?  Signed Cold Brewsky

Dear Cold Brewsky – In a word, YES.  I have felt that way at times.  You should try living here at the Hotel Thompson with a pooch and two purr things. The pooch I can handle most of the time.  It’s those two pesky purr things.  They are conniving.  And yours shut the bathroom door on purpose and drunk all your water.  WOW!  I think that calls for a major payback.  Nods head and looks innocent – not that I sponsor that kind of thing in this world where we all need to get along.  I’m just sayin’ though when the purr thing isn’t looking maybe you should turn their drinking water yellow if you know what I mean.  Let them know what it’s like not to have fresh water all day.  Take care of yourself little guy!


Dear Bacon – That damn dog. Yep I said it.  I know you don’t like to hear things like that but look what that stupid Brewsky did to me!  He dared me to go out on this stupid flimsy looking float.  Okay maybe with that dare was a piece of cat treat that he strategically placed on the floaty thing.  What can I say – my stomach rules me.  I got on this piece of floating crap and he pushed it out into the water.  I’m stuck!  Call PETA.  Call Animal Control.  Call someone.  I’m stuck on an island of hate.  You just wait until I get that creepy little dog!  Signed Island of Claws and Hisses

Dear Island of Claws and Hisses – Give me a second to pick myself off of the floor from laughing.  Why don’t you give Brewsky a break.  If I read his letter correctly above, did you not drink all of HIS water and shut the bathroom door so he went without water all day?  At least he gave YOU water.  I’m just sayin’.  Can I get you anything?  A pillow, some tea or a biscuit?  Snorts with piggy laughter.  Don’t worry, I’ll call your parents…. in a couple of hours.  Give the dog a bone and put those claws in… you wouldn’t want to get a hole in your floaty thing.


Dear Bacon – Oh have mercy to the doggy heaven.  What has been seen can not be unseen.  Shakes head.  I do believe that my eyes are stuck this way.  The humans they scare me.  If you ever hear your humans say something about going skinny dipping – don’t walk – RUN!  There we were last night outside near the pool.  The only light we had was from the blue moon.  The humans were laughing like they do sometimes and talking about skinny dipping.  Let me just tell you that there is no skinny or dipping involved.  They took off their clothes and jumped in the pool.  That’s right – without anything on.  Oh.my.eyes!  Signed Shocked for Life

Dear Shocked for Life – Oh my piggy heavens!  That look – I was so hoping that you just had a Botox injection and not was scarred for life.  I so hope my humans don’t dare this.  First off because my piggy pool wouldn’t hold my dad’s foot let alone the both of their bodies.  And running naked in my backyard under the moon with just the two of them, I think the earth would just suck me up right there and then.  I hope your look goes away soon my friend.


Dear Bacon – What?  I’m sure you have heard of the saying piggy back ride.  That’s what we were doing here.  The humans had went to work. We drew straws and I got to go first.  What?  Don’t all dogs do this?  It’s kind of fun.  Why should you piggies have all of the fun with this neat ride?  Signed Harley and Davidson

Dear Harley and Davidson – Well guys I gotta say it is fun.  Sometimes the little guy here, Houdini, gets on my back for a piggy back ride.  And hey let me tell you something.  Piggy back is not just for anipals.  I saw daddy giving mommy a piggy back ride the other day.  It’s a fun game – what can I say?  Carry on and don’t worry my friends.  I’m not hating!

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Remember friends – Dear Bacon can’t happen without YOU!  Please keep sending your pictures and questions to my email. 

 
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Posted by on 08/04/2015 in Bacon, Dear Bacon

 

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Dear Bacon

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Dear Bacon, Just sitting here minding my own business enjoying a cool one after a long day of chasing the mailman and purr things from my kingdom of a yard.  Then the human comes home and has to snap this picture.  What?  Haven’t you ever seen a pooch relax before?  Signed Coors Doggy

Dear Coors Doggy,  I don’t get it either my friend.  Just a pooch, dressed up drinking a beer.  What could your human be thinking with taking a picture?  Doesn’t he do the same thing?  In fact when he does, why don’t you take *his* picture and let him see what it feels like to be disturbed from your happy place..


 20131208-212826.jpgDear Bacon,  The humans don’t believe me Bacon.  There I was in the kitchen with this rotisserie chicken in the package.  Dog’s honor, the chicken exploded out of the package.  Yeah, that’s it.  It exploded out of the package and ran away.  Why do the humans think we did this?  Signed Two Innocents Until Proven Guilty

 Dear Two Innocents Until Proven Guilty,  WOW!  I think you need to call your local police department on this one…. maybe Ripley’s Believe it or Not.  I can see the headlines now – “Rotisserie Chicken Jumps out of Packaging and Flees”.  Uh-oh.  Wait a minute.  You better rethink that.  What if that gets out that you two strong, husky protect dogs let an innocent little chicken flee from the safety confines of your home.  This won’t end well.  Perhaps you better come up with a better story.  How good was that chicken?


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Dear Bacon, Ssshhsss – I’m trying to blendsss in here in the hood.  I don’t thinksss anyone seessss me yet.  I just hope the neighborsss don’t try to hand up any signsss here.  I could be busted if they do.  Signed Hide and Seeksss Champ

Dear Hide and Seeksss Champ,  Gulps.  I may never look at a phone poll the same way ever again my friend.  You blend so well.  Your colors – wow!  I’m amazed at your climbing skills of going up and not falling off.

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Dear Bacon,  One word buddy – OUCH!  Snoopy made this look so easy.  Trust me my friend.  It is not.  I may never be able to bark like a big dog ever again.  Do not try this at home.  Signed Help Me

Dear Help Me, WOW!  Watch out Steven Seagal and Jean Claude Van Damme.  I think you have some skills there my friend.  Probably more now that you’ll never be able to reproduce again – snorts.


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Dear Bacon,   First we put flour on the board and then crack some eggs.  What?  You don’t do the cooking at the Hotel Thompson?  Oh buddy – you so have to learn in case the humans go on vacation again.  These days, I take care of myself.  When the humans leave, I hit the fridge and freezer for some culinary delights.  If you want to learn to cook, I’m your dog!  Signed Chef Poo Chie Lagasse

Dear Chef Poo Chie Lagasse, Sign me up for some lessons my friend.  I think all anipals should learn how to cook.  I’m good… as long as there is no pork on the menu 🙂


REMEMBER friends Dear Bacon can’t happen without your letters and pictures.  Please continue to send them to me for our Dear Bacon issues.  Snorts and thanks!

 
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Posted by on 04/14/2015 in Bacon, Dear Bacon

 

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Pay it Forward

Okay Friends – Here We Go!

My sweet friends at Nikitaland have started this monthly issue of Pay It Forward.  We asked for you to keep this in mind all month and to share things here today on what you have been able to do.  Paying it forward is not for bragging purposes – it’s an attempt to show how many different things we can do to pay it forward – lots of them don’t even include money.  Gestures that we take for granite may be a God send to another person.  So here we go – I’ll start on what mommy has done in the past month.


Mom *always* buys breakfast for at least one person during the month in a drive thru.  This month wasn’t any different 🙂  She bought breakfast for the guy behind her in line at the drive thru and left him a pay it forward card.

Dad brought the trash cans up from the drive for us and the neighbor.

Mom left a card in the mailbox for the mail lady with a piece of chocolate once during the month as an appreciation gift.

Mom also fixed all six of her supervisors at work a treat bag for St. Patrick’s Day.  They had green shot glasses and some candy.  They were a huge hit and everyone seemed like they really enjoyed them.

AND, they were easy 🙂  All 6 shot glasses with candy wrapped in green paper cost only around $5.00

And this month mommy did something for daddy too.  She surprised him with dinner one night to a place that he really enjoys.  She took off work early, pick him up and they went off in Albert the Smart Car. She didn’t even tell him she was leaving work early that day.  It was a great surprise and daddy had an awesome time!


Thanks my friends for reading and supporting the Pay it Forward mission.  What did YOU do this month to make a difference?  Please post on your page and link back so everyone can see that it takes everyone making a small part to do a great dent!

My buddy Nikitaland made up a good deeds sheet.  You can get it here.  You can print it, hang it on your fridge and just jot some things down that you do during the month.  That way at our next meet up, you can share what you have done to PAY IT FORWARD.

AND if you are interested in getting some Pay it Forward bracelets, check out Nikitaland’s post here for ordering information.  Believe me friends – WE CAN ALL MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

Next meet up will be Friday, May 1, 2015 – mark your calendars!

 
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Posted by on 04/01/2015 in Pay it Forward

 

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Pay it Forward

Okay Friends – Here We Go!

My sweet friends at Nikitaland have started this monthly issue of Pay It Forward.  We asked for you to keep this in mind all month and to share things here today on what you have been able to do.  Paying it forward is not for bragging purposes – it’s an attempt to show how many different things we can do to pay it forward – lots of them don’t even include money.  Gestures that we take for granite may be a God send to another person.  So here we go – I’ll start on what mommy has done in the past month.

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  • Mom did another adventure through the McDonald’s drive thru in February.  She paid for the guy’s breakfast behind her.  All he had ordered was a biscuit so mom added a drink to his order as well.  She left one of my business cards with “Pass it Forward” on it.  It *made* the guy’s day!  Later on, I got an email stating, “YOU MADE MY DAY.  Thanks for the breakfast.  I will pass it forward.”  See – little things add up to make someone’s day!
  • During the month, mom and dad try to watch out for the trash can out front once a week.  They brought back the neighbor’s can a couple of times.  In this weather, that was awesome!
  • Mom and dad went to Cracker Barrel for dinner one night.  When they were checking out, there was a small boy that was at the cash register.  He was wanting to buy a small toy – it wasn’t much.  He was so polite!  He didn’t have enough money.  Mommy bought him the toy and let him keep his money for another one later on.
  • Now you gotta know that my parents eat out A LOT.  Snorts and rolls with laughter – that’s definitely a post for another time.  One night they went to IHOP.  There was an older man sitting by himself.  My mom in all of her southern charm, invited him to dine with her and dad.  They talked and had coffee for at least an hour.  His wife had passed last year and each week he goes to a restaurant to think of her.  It was a privilege to spend time with him and hear about his life.

Now I want to tell you about some things that was done TO mommy this past month.  Our great friend and co-chair of Pay it Forward, Valerie, is totally awesome!  Mommy has been so sick this past month and Valerie sent mom a pick me up card.  She enclosed a little something inside of the card for mommy to treat herself with a meal.  Now let me tell you.  That made my mommy smile and bubble with happiness.  Valerie – you go way beyond being a friend.  YOU are awesome and you rock!

And to the man at the theater this past weekend – you rock!  You don’t want me to mention your name but you were a life savior.  You see, when me and the hub unit go out sometimes it is difficult for the hub to go to the restroom.  We went to the theater and the bathrooms were dark.  There was no way that he could maneuver by himself.  A gentleman standing nearby waiting for his wife saw our dilemma.  He escorted Jim to the bathroom and out.  What a knight in shining armor – thank you so very much!

Another Pay it Forward we want to throw out is to the Hilton Garden Inn located at 4801 Governor’s Drive, Huntsville, Alabama 35805.  If YOU are ever in the area and need a place to stay, mom and dad highly recommend this location.  There are the nicest people at the front desk.  The hotel is overly accommodating with any need or desire you may have.  Not only did they let mom/dad check in early last week, they recommended some wonderful restaurants and was so nice!  Thanks everyone – the stay was great!!


Thanks my friends for reading and supporting the Pay it Forward mission.  What did YOU do this month to make a difference?  Please post on your page and link back so everyone can see that it takes everyone making a small part to do a great dent!

My buddy Nikitaland made up a good deeds sheet.  You can get it here.  You can print it, hang it on your fridge and just jot some things down that you do during the month.  That way at our next meet up, you can share what you have done to PAY IT FORWARD.

AND if you are interested in getting some Pay it Forward bracelets, check out Nikitaland’s post here for ordering information.  Believe me friends – WE CAN ALL MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

Next meet up will be Wednesday, April 1, 2015 – mark your calendars!

 
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Posted by on 03/04/2015 in Pay it Forward

 

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Where in the World is Bashful?

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Where in the World is Bashful?

The little tyke sent me this picture from his newest destination.  Not much to go on but he looks like he is having a heck of a good time.  You know that rock of mine NEVER stays home for very long.  So I’m wondering with all of the festivities in the pic, where will Bashful be spending his Christmas and New Year?  He did give me three hints.  I’ll list them here for you.

1 – He is going on vacation and will be traveling with his host family throughout the holidays.  I guess some people have the traveling gnome – we have a traveling pebble – snorts!

2 – His vision is still strong.  Sounds kind of cryptic.

3 – He’s catching up with a past girlfriend.  Wonder who this might be?

There you go my friends.  You know as much as I do.  Where or where in this huge world will Bashful be spending the holidays?

 
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Posted by on 12/18/2014 in Bacon, Bashful Field Trip

 

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31 Days of Spook – Mountain Trip to the Unknown

Today, we have a good one my fellow spook lovers. Todays tale is of horror, suspense and screams. This is another true story. This time it’s presented by both mom and dad. You see, many years ago they won a free trip to the great Georgia mountains. It was for four days and three lovely nights. What they don’t tell you is how secluded and how dark those mountain woods really are. They made a date, got directions and ventured out on their little adventure to the Georgia mountains. This picture of the woods is just a short snapshot of the actual long road they went on.

It curved around corners with nothing to see but woods on the left, right, front and behind you. They were told to buy groceries before going to the ‘cabin’ because at night no one really ventures out much. Heck dad said the translation of that really meant, “It’s a small town and everything ‘shuts’ down at dark.”

But look at these roads and how small they were. Mom was driving her SUV vehicle and thank goodness they didn’t meet anyone coming from the other way. Was that a good thing or bad thing? It did mean one thing though. They were truly going to be isolated in the woods by themselves… well maybe perhaps with a stray bear or too and other living animals of the woods. But, that’s horror story for another time. They eventually found the secluded cabin and it was a good thing too because it was getting dark… and cold.

The cabin was actually up on a hill. Mom said that it actually looked kind of spooky. What do you think? They brought in all of the groceries and tried to settle in for the night. Dad went outside alone to get some firewood. He didn’t stay outside alone for very long. He said he kept hearing rustling in the woods and strange knocking sounds. Was it Bigfoot? A bear? Spooks? He didn’t say anything to mom when he went back inside. He just started a fire in the fireplace and poked around the kitchen putting groceries up.

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By this time, mom was exploring the upstairs portion of the cabin and found the bathroom of her dreams… or any woman’s dreams is what she told me. An old fashioned claw foot tub off of the master bedroom. She yelled down to daddy that she was going to take a soak. She made a bubble bath and got into the tub to relax. The only problem with this tub was that the headrest was facing the door area of the room so your back is towards the door. It wouldn’t make sense to put your head where the faucet handles were. But on the other hand, it felt kind of strange with your back to the door so she shut the door. After a few minutes, she heard the door open and was just talking away to daddy about how nice and relaxing it was. She didn’t get a reply so she took the washcloth off of her eyes and turned around. No one was there. That bubble bath had to be the quickest in mom’s history. She went downstairs and didn’t say anything to dad knowing how easily he can get spooked.

They fixed their dinner, drunk some wine and put everything away. There was no television in this cabin but daddy had made a really nice fire. They sat on the sofa watching the flames, listening to the embers pop, snuggling and quietly talking. To the left of the fireplace was a small bathroom. They had left the door slightly opened with the light on behind it. Mom saw it first and she didn’t say anything. She saw a dark shadow move under the door. She watched it and after a few minutes she noticed daddy getting really still. Then he saw it. The dark shadow moved from left to right – so fast. Both of them froze and looked at each other not wanting to move. What had they gotten themselves into?

Mom slowly got up from the couch. She tip toed over to the bathroom door, camera in hand just in case she actually caught something mysterious behind the door. She looked at daddy. He held up his hands with three fingers.. slowing moving one down a minute at a time. Mom watched, took a deep breath, aimed the camera, opened the door and clicked away. OMP (oh my pig!) the suspense – Busted!

Let’s just say that it wasn’t Mickey Mouse with the white gloves. But it was a small, tiny, spooky creature of the night – a mouse. Isn’t he just so cute in that picture? I hope he had a good time because he scared the crap out of mom/dad that night. They both decided they had all that they could take that night and went upstairs to bed.

Mom loves old fashioned beds and this was as great as they came. What she didn’t count on was having dad push her on it – snorts. No really, this bed literally sat so high up off the floor – just check out the picture of the bed vs. the nightstand next to it. If you fell out of bed during the middle of the night, you would surely get a concussion… or something worse 🙂 Mommy said that daddy one time went to the other side of the bed and pulled her up on that mountain of a bed. They said their nightly prayers and laid there in that high bed. I didn’t say there was much sleeping going on and no it was anything fun – stop that – it was because they were scared out of their wits! Whatever daddy heard earlier outside started up again. The howling, the knocking and it had started to rain. They could hear the force of the rain hitting against the back window behind their bed. And every once in a while, the thunder would crack and the howling of some tortured animal could be heard vibrating throughout the little cabin. They could hear the pops of tree branches outside their window and the crash of a limb hitting the ground.

All of this with sounds of bumping in the bottom part of the cabin was just too much. Heck, neither one of them were going to go downstairs and investigate things that were bumping in the middle of the night. They both said their little friend the mouse could handle it all himself. There wasn’t much sleep had that night… unless you count clinging to each other out of fear as sleep. And that lovely rain that hit the window all night, it turned into snow. The next morning there was three inches of snow outside.

Needless to say those four days and three lovely nights turned into one overnight trip never to be forgotten. They left first thing the next morning leaving groceries and all. I think they set the world’s record and getting a car warmed up and snow off it to get off that mountain. Mom/dad learned a lot of lessons from this ‘free’ trip.

Lesson 1 – When something is free, it’s not really free if it includes spooks, strange noises and a mouse that doesn’t wear white gloves.

Lesson 2 – Never go to the mountains to a ‘secluded’ cabin in the middle of January.

Lesson 3 – The more the merrier on trips like this. Next time they win a ‘free’ trip that has two bedrooms, invite another couple. Why be scared witless by themselves?

Lesson 4 – This is the most important lesson learned – mom/dad learned that they are not so much mountain people. They much prefer the beach… with people…. hopefully living people at that.

 
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Posted by on 10/27/2014 in 31 Days of Spook, Bacon

 

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