& by “wander” I mean TROT TROT TROT TROT *pause to fail to nom grass* HEY PEOPLE PET ME
[ Loiosh, an orange tabby wearing a green harness and blue bow tie, sits facing a long sprig of catnip. He’s got his head tilted, facing away from the camera, contemplating the flowers at the tip of the stem. ] Further along the same path Loiosh found even better foliage — catnip. He was EXTREMELY
[ A view of the Arkansas river, here a shallow stream perhaps thirty feet wide. It’s bordered by large rocks on either side, then by trees in a variety of shades from summer green to bright aspen yellow. Peeking between the trees, far upstream, is the peak of a snow-capped mountain. ] I hadda run
[A somewhat blurry shot of the inside of the van, from the front seats. It’s moderately full of boxes. You can still see out the back, though.] Yesterday was Schlepping Trip #2, feat. me hauling Yet More Stuff down to Alamosa, also Extremely Bored Loiosh.
[The road stretches out through the center of this wide shot; at the distant horizon, a hint of snow-covered mountains blends into the low clouds. The road is tree-lined on the left side; snowy fields on the right lead up to a snow-roofed barn.] I haven’t been talking about it much, mostly because STRESS &
[Loiosh, an orange tabby, is hunkered up in the front seat of the car, butt in the air, forepaws tucked close to his hindpaws, face shoved into the seat. He looks extremely awkward.] I don’t know what he was doing here, I really don’t.
[A view across a field of short brown grass. Houses line the horizon, and behind them rises Mount Blanca, topped with snow.] The boys had a vet visit … which, since we’re going to be moving there soon, was in Alamosa. But since we aren’t in Alamosa yet, it was a bit of a haul.
[ A small clear spot on the forest floor, filled with old, mostly flat, rusty cans. ] I found another can graveyard! Of course I got a bunch of small beauties pics on Woods Day, for all that it was a short one.