From San Antonio, TX

This morning was our last at Falster Farm.  We fed all the animals one last time and I took my last pictures of the place.  We managed to get out through the pasture and get my car loaded onto the tow dolly, but not without wrecking the bumper of my car.  We’ve been having a heck of a time with our vehicles lately!

It took about an hour for us to get to Canton.  We couldn’t get there fast enough.  After nine days of having nowhere to dump our tanks, our RV smelled like an outhouse!  The first thing we did when we got to the RV park in Canton where Mark is going to be taking his RV Tech course was to dump our tanks.  Then we packed our bags, gave mounds of food to our cats, and drove the car to San Antonio — a seven and a half hour drive.  By the time we got to San Antonio it was dark, so I only have a few pictures from the drive.  We’re going to be training here this weekend for the Christmas tree job.  Then we’ll be spending next week back in Canton for Mark’s training.

Here are my pictures from today:

Ugly ducks...

Ugly ducks…

...and their cute ducklings

…and their cute ducklings

A guinea

A guinea

Our chicken coop

Our chicken coop

It doesn't look like much, but it took us two days to get this far.

It doesn’t look like much, but it took us two days to get this far.

Baby chicks

Baby chicks

Bilbo Baggins - the calf we helped get to his mama yesterday let us pet him today!

Bilbo Baggins – the calf we helped get to his mama yesterday let us pet him today!

The semi-tame cat

The semi-tame cat

The feral cat with Willie, the herd dog

The feral cat with Willie, the herd dog

Karl, spending the weekend alone because Nancy is in San Antonio, too.

Karl, spending the weekend alone because Nancy is in San Antonio, too.

An orthodox church in Texas?

An orthodox church in Texas?

Sunset

Sunset

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