Little Bear's Adventure's
Posing in Post, TX
We are nearing the end of our Colorado/New Mexico Road Trip. Don and Beth celebrated with a little Happy Hour, on our hotel patio.
Our Texas hotel was way out west, in ranch country. That means lots of cows and horses... which means flies.
Suddenly the flies wanted to join the party. The flies must have gotten tired of bothering cows and horses.
I thought "Why not?" about those flies joining us. But Beth put me away and took photos of flies, instead of me.
That was rude.
At the Arcade
Manitou Springs, Colorado
Manitou Springs has a fun old Arcade. We visited early, before the summertime crowds.
That was wise. I didn't want a little tot trying to share this saddle with me!
I loved this old zebra-horse, but it didn't move. Beth didn't put in any coins.
I was still nervous, because I couldn't reach the reins.
Near the Horn
She put me up by the horn, because people who aren't great at horseback-riding, like to have something to hold onto.
That works for people. But I couldn't wrap my paws around that horn.
Next I sat on a panda's head.
Beth didn't have a quarter and that's okay. It was slippery, so I would have fallen.
I didn't like the panda eyes staring at me, so Beth moved me to the top of an elephant. It was my favorite.
I was tempted to slither over his forehead and slide down his trunk!
Time to Go
But Beth said it was time to go. Families were starting to wander around.
Beth said she saw a boy chuckling, when he noticed her posing me on the elephant. I told her I didn't see anyone, but she put me away in her bag.
Next time I want to go INSIDE the arcade! Skeeball could be very exciting!
Ojo Caliente, NM
We're still in New Mexico. I posed with some flowers, yesterday. Now I'm posing with peppers!
I liked this funny pepper-chair! It was scooped out, just right. Kind of like a mid-century modern, plastic chair!
I enjoyed my seat in the hanging peppers, that decorated our hotel porch.
There were rockers and swings I could have enjoyed, but I stayed put. Nobody sits down on you, when you're safely seated in some dried peppers!
Poppies in Taos