Little Bear's Adventure's
Bell Rock is my favorite rock in Sedona.
Even on a branch, I'm still "looking up" at the big rock.
I can sit on a flat round post and feel secure as I gaze upwards.
I like to brag a little bit, about my adventures. But I have to admit, I'm afraid of heights. I'm still recovering from being near the edge of the Grand Canyon. Give me a solid surface and no wind!
In the Shadows
I have very good reason for sitting in the shadow! I tucked myself safely into that shadowy corner, because there was less wind. You have no idea how strong the wind was!
Not Much View
I couldn't see much view from that spot.
But I'd so much rather hug the rock, than fall over the edge!
The warm sun gave me a little courage and then the winds had died down.
But, I still kept myself in the low dip of rock and gripped onto a crack with one paw. I was too scared to turn around and look at the view. Beth showed me pictures later.
Still in Texas!
This road trip is moving very slowly through Texas. But at least I'm learning some history!
Can you see me, standing upon this piece of historical wall? It was once part of the first transcontinental mail route! I'm talking, before the Civil War...the stage coach stopped here for water along the way from San Francisco to St. Louis! This is amazing to me!
Back in the Flowers
This is a very strange looking plant. I noticed a sign nearby that read,
Would you believe this flower is part of the rose family?
I'm sort of okay with posing in flowers like these. The hairy parts remind me of Dr. Suess characters.
I also had a pretty good view of the Guadalupe Mountains from my spot in the flowers! I wish Beth would have just taken me to the top of the mountain, instead.
I could have claimed I had been to the highest point in Texas!
Here I am, sitting in a burnt tree in Davis Mountain State Park.
A year ago I was supposed to come stay here, (riding in Beth's camera case) and the trip was cancelled due to wildfires.
We should have come anyway. I'm sure there is something I could have done to help.
I just keep looking out on all this burnt land.
It's not just the trees...
This building was burnt, too.
Beth told me to stop moping...
She stuck me in some wild flowers and reminded me that there was new growth. Come on Beth. That was just an excuse to pose me in flowers again!
Off on another road trip!
Headed to Sedona, but we've only made it to West Texas.
Here I am, pondering how near yet so far I am from Mexico! A week ago I celebrated Cinco de Mayo. Now I'm just a few miles from the border.
Big Bend National Park
I'm so close to Mexico. It makes me want a margarita.
Maybe if I keep climbing up high and staring towards Mexico, Beth will take me for a visit!
Oh well. The view is nice. I'll stop complaining.
How to Celebrate
I need to plan the day.
First I'm going to sit around with some peppers and get inspired about what to cook.
These peppers are very colorful.
If I get bored with planning, I could practice some of my climbing skills on the peppers. Or I could even climb the sombrero!
Thinking about peppers makes me thirsty. What kind of drink should I have with my festive Mexican dishes?
I could think about making some margaritas. But it's a long climb up that old Tequila bottle. I'll have probably have to rest a while, on my way up.
Opening the Bottle
If I do make it to the top of the bottle, I have no idea how to unscrew the lid! It's still morning. I have all day to plan.
I lucked out by joining Don and Beth, with a little evening celebration! I may look as if I'm posing like the lime... but my paw is actually absorbing some delicious flavors! A paw makes a very good sponge!
I guess sewing doesn't sound like much of an adventure.
But, taking on a sewing project when you're my size IS an adventure!
That needle almost reaches up to my shoulder! Now look at my paws... how could I possibly...?
Changed My Mind
I liked the idea of making something, but a spool makes a very good chair.