Saturday Evening, February 22
We met Roy and Deb here so we could spend an evening with them and his sister, Mary, who was visiting from Florida.
We had a great time visiting and eating. I only photographed the desserts. Deb and I got crème brulee (as usual).
Cerwin’s apple pie.
If I remember correctly, Roy chose to not get dessert.
It was Mary’s dessert that got our attention. It was Peaches and Cream Pie and looked delicious. She said it was!
Deb forgot some boxes of magazines that we were supposed to pick up for a friend at church, so we went back to their house after supper. (They live only a few miles away.)
The good thing about that is – we were able to visit with their animals.
Those who read my blog on a regular basis know that they care for rescued animals. Most are released, but some cannot be released for various reasons.
Annie Oakley is a prairie dog.
Presley was very close to death as a baby and has emotional issues that keep her from being released.
They thought Luna was ready for release last fall with a group of other raccoons, but she wouldn’t stay in the woods. She kept following them home.
They take her out to the woods every weekend, but she keeps coming home with them. 🙂
Keebler came out from under the bed – reluctantly – as he prefers sleeping this time of year.
They also have another skunk (Hershey), but he would not come out from under the couch.
Jimmy Doolittle – a flying squirrel
Skippi Rae was one of their first rescues.
It was fun watching and listening to her eat a nut.
Harley didn’t cooperate real well with being photographed.
Batman is the one who amazed me as I hadn’t seen him since he was a scrawny kitten – a few days after someone found him near death.
Yes, this is the same cat! This picture was taken last October.
He is beautiful and sleek.
It was a great evening. Thanks Deb for forgetting the magazines so we could visit with the animals again.