Little Bear's Adventure's
Here I am, climbing some steps...
... on a stairway...
... that rests on an old fireplace mantel.
Here I am, sitting on a boat...
... in the same house.
The boat is displayed on a table...
...and the table sits in the corner of a room.
Next to the table, there is a window...
...with an incredible view.
The window belongs to a beautiful house, where 2 light keepers and their families once lived.
Beth brought me to this house, where we sleep in the upper room on the right.
The lighthouse, where the keepers worked, is just a short walk up a hill.
The light still shines out over the Pacific Ocean.
Here's a view of the Heceta Head Light-keepers House, where I played on the stairs and sat in the boat. Next time I come to Oregon, I want to take that boat out for a real sea adventure!
It's That Time of Year Again!
In Texas... every spring...
Parents pose their kids in the bluebonnets! Couples pose with their pets in the bluebonnets! Everyone loves to pose in the bluebonnets, that grow just about everywhere!
Always the Same!
I told Beth we should skip this year. All the photos look the same, year after year. The bluebonnets don't change and neither do I.
Beth was nice and didn't comment that I have aged quite a bit. She just scooted me onto the railroad track that was near the bluebonnets.
She told me,"Just lean back on your paws and enjoy the sun!"
I did and it felt nice. Ahhhh! Our bluebonnet photos are a tiny bit different this year!
Happy St. Patrick's Day!
Hope everyone enjoys a green project today!
I'm not. Beth just posed me so I look like I'm in the midst of quilting! We're at the cabin and she couldn't find anything green to pose me with. She plopped me on the quilt covering the bed and then dug through a jar of old thread spools. Voila!
Have a Lucky Green Day!
Yellow Not Blue
The wildflowers are blooming in Texas. It's against the law to pick the bluebonnets.
But Beth picked these yellow flowers. She called them weeds because they were growing in the cracks of the driveway.
I thought. If they are weeds, why are you putting them in a vase?
She said they are pretty and worthy of a vase. But when she stuck me in there for the photo I thought. Yeah, pretty. But they smell like weeds, not flowers.