My Old (New) Kentucky Home (#308)

The sign read Campbellsville 28 miles.  What a welcome sight.  I cruised into town yesterday on a 90 degree heat wave.  Picked out my site here at Heartland RV Park and began to set up my tin can cottage to resemble a home once again.

Of course, I did that very slowly.  The road trip and the heat soon had me flat out exhausted.

My "grandson" pug, Hobbes, shows how exhausted I was

My “grandson” pug, Hobbes, shows how exhausted I was

 

After a good night’s sleep and making a big to-do list, today I am raring to go!

Hobbes

Just like Hobbes with Dexter (left) and Winston (right).

 

Ever Grateful,

Annie

P.S. These were pictures I took in PA before leaving for Kentucky.

About TinCanTraveler

Born under a wand'rin' star.... living in my Winnebago, traveling the country, explorer/adventurer, photographer, writer, chi master, massage therapist, retired teacher/counselor, work camper. Grateful for the freedom to do it all. Enjoying life's ultimate lessons of trust, respect, and grace. Inhale love; exhale gratitude.
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12 Responses to My Old (New) Kentucky Home (#308)

  1. Amber says:

    So cute! Poor Hobbes hasn’t moved from that spot since you left. He’s keeping a watchful eye on the back door for your return:) Much love!

  2. Yes, road traveling is so exhausting but exhilarating at the same time…put your feet up, you deserve it.

  3. Sher says:

    So glad you are there safely. Adorable pups. Sure looks like Hobbs is missing his Grammy. Looking forward to your up coming stories.

  4. Cee Neuner says:

    Obviously I adore pugs. These are to fun!

  5. Paula says:

    Loving your “grandson” Keep safe, Annie 🙂

  6. Like hearing about you being on the road again, and the feeling of coming into a familiar haven. Looking forward to hearing your stories, here from my armchair, so to speak!!

    • I do love to travel, even to familiar places. I already have a growing list of places to go, things to do and see. Thank you for stopping by, Sarah. I enjoy seeing your paintings, your progression as an artist is inspiring and lively and tells me so much about you as a person. Keep going!

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