Monday, January 7, 2013

Hiking In Sugar Land

Saturday, was another rainy day.  The weather people said it would stop by noon.  It did not.  It rained the entire day.  Luckily, we went out at 6 a.m. and took care of business.  We went out again at 1:30 p.m..  The folks then left to go shopping and have lunch.  They arrived home about a half hour after the Texan game started.  Mama ordered Pizza Hut.  It took over two hours for it to arrive.  The game was over by then, but we watched the Packers game and ate it.

Yesterday, the sun came out!  Mama opened all the blinds and the windows.  We needed to get rid of all the condensation that was on the windows.  Dad said we have to do that to keep mold from growing. We haven't had condensation like this before but we have also not been in colder, damp weather for so long.  It felt nice to open the windows for the day.

Mama found a park for us to visit yesterday.  It is in Sugar Land, TX which is about 12 miles from here. 


Are we at Sea World?  Nope, we are at Oyster Creek Park!

Scout and Dad walking over the bridge.



I don't want to pose for a photo.

I am not going to look at you.

Nope

No way!

Stop taking my photo and walk with me.


Can I get in the water?

Go ahead, Scout.  Watch out for alligators!  BOL!


There were trails all around the park.  The signs warned us to beware of alligator.  We never saw any.  We met a couple who are from the area and they said they have seen a few, but have never seen any snakes.  There were a lot of people out running and walking yesterday.  It is a very nice park, but a bit crowded on the trails.

This morning, when we got back from our walk and Mama noticed my ID tags were missing.  She had to backtrack our entire walk this morning.  She found them in the road in front of the motor home that has a German Shepherd. He barked at us this morning and scared me.  I guess when I jumped, my tags fell off.  Normally, I just jump out of my boot, but today, I jumped out of my tags.  BOL!

Joey,
The Greyhound Who Is No Longer Tag-Less
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