Now we are back to “real” time and I have been home about a month. I love being back but it always feels like I am being punished for going away. The trees and plants were overgrown and the ants had been working overtime. I finally realized it was wise to just let the ants do their thing. They bring up the most wonderful dirt when they make their big cones. I just rake it around. It is much easier to work with than the hard desert dirt. I have a feeling one day that my house will just disappear into a giant ant den.
The bunnies love all the trimming. I usually leave the cut branches piled up for awhile. I try to remember to not come out of the office (shed) at full speed and scare them off. One afternoon there were seven of them chomping away at the big green salad. They also help keep the yard clean by eating the mesquite tree pods. They take them by one end and chomp them into their mouths, a little like slurping spaghetti.
These are a few of the pictures I took of the stormy skies right after I got back. God bless until next week!
Winter in the Wilderness, the first e-book novel published by Minshall, is offered at most Internet book sites. A print edition may be obtained from Amazon, or you can order an autographed copy from the author at Box 1040, Congress, AZ for $7.95 plus $3.50 for postage and handling. The fourth edition of RVing Alaska and Canada is available through Amazon.com.
At 45, Widow Minshall began 20 years of solo full-time RVing throughout Alaska, Mexico, and Canada. Sharlene canoed the Yukon, mushed sled dogs, worked a dude ranch, visited Hudson Bay polar bears, and lived six months on a Mexican beach. She lectured at Life on Wheels, published six RV-related books and wrote a novel, “Winter in the Wilderness.”