Once again, Heather Here and I did not get to do all the things we wanted to do while she was down for a visit recently. And some of those things were going to have photos to go along with them just for YOU to see and enjoy. That means she’ll just have to come back when we can do nothing but fun things and NO WORK.
like this fire hydrant, at the very end of the road, where there was no more road, only water and marsh. There it stood, pouring water onto the ground, with no one around tending to it. We thought this was quite wasteful, and you?
and then there was the Leaning Tower of Dularge. It looks like just a touch of a feather would knock this building right over into the bayou. I just hope there is no one passing nearby in a boat when it finally falls.
And next there was Bayou Fabio’s stuffed garfish, which he taxidermied all by himself. Even though its head is starting to fall off, you’d think it was made of gold the way he displays it alongside the highway for all to see–marking the spot where he sells fresh garfish fillets.
And there we were; just two sisters at the end of a four-day work visit, still in our dirty work clothes, watching the sun set one last time before she had to leave.
We were just on the bayou bank, taking pictures of ourselves, giggling like silly school girls, when all of a sudden . . .
we got this creepy feeling that someone or something was watching us from behind the marsh grass.
something WAS watching us from behind the marsh grass . . .
and it was getting closer. Since I’m so brave and Heather is a chicken, I sent her with the camera to go take a closer look while I tried to distract the “something” away from her . . .
But it only came closer! And we could see its FIRY RED EYES, and it was SCARY!
But Heather was so brave, she just had to get one last photo . . .
before we made like hairs and SPLIT!!!!!
We never did get to see the sunset.
But I promise you, next time we will have a pictorial post to beat all! Won’t we, Heather?