After moving the furniture and a myriad of boxes Sunday I've been taking it a little easier the last couple of days. I moved into Miss Flair on Monday and drove her to my great friends, Bob and Judy's ranch. So, we're 'living' in Loomis for the next while. There're still lots of things to do with the house in Roseville, but staying out here is a real treat ..... Judy and I worked together at Kaiser Permanente; she retired at a much earlier age than me; then, she went right out and found Bob - they've been married over a year now. They are like family to me and have been so wonderful during this prep for my upcoming adventure.
Feeding time in Judy and Bob's wonderful ranch kitchen.
Lush gardens all around the house - four acres of beauty, natural and cultivated.
They have their own gaggle of geese who live here year round; there are two large ponds where Judy's grandkids fish for big-mouth bass.
And, here's their new RV park - only one camper. I'm loving it here; it's so peaceful
This is our view up the drive to the house. We all have our privacy and togetherness - when we want it. I didn't get a shot this morning, but Lacy is busy visiting the five llamas and two beautiful riding horses. Judy has always been a horse fanatic; lo and behold, she met Bob, who is too! Bob has lived on the ranch for 20 years or more. When Judy arrived on the scene they began, and have almost completed, lots and lots of building, remodeling, landscaping and beautifying. It is gorgeous.
This is the view of the lower pond from taken from my view in the RV. You can imaginehow much irrigation it takes to maintain this green - when the daily temperatures are
usually over 100! Sprinklers are going someplace on the property at almost all hours of
day and evening.
Finally, this is the view of the horse barns and my rig from the house. I'm getting ready to leave to head to Roseville (about 13 miles) to continue working on the house. Kari and the triplet girls are going to help today - after we have a nice lunch out somewhere close by.
That's it for now!