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Hovis at the Continental Divide :)

2 photos in this post. Traveling from West Thumb to Old Faithful takes you over the Continental Divide not once but twice! Yes, the Continental Divide actually loops up and back down again in a few short miles. Stopping at the western one by Isa Lake we got out to look at all the lily pads. Quite surprised to see them at this high of an elevation. Some visitors got quite a surprise to see Hovis! They got... read more

A hitching post for Hovis?

Hee! Hope you enjoy this photo taken this morning! Hovis can be quite photogenic at times: This picture reminded me of the hitching posts for horses. Hovis is nearly 5 months old now and looking scraggly. She is molting, still getting rid of those baby feathers. Her bright red head feathers are just beginning to show but you have to look closely. Amazing how much more vivid they are than her juvenile... read more

On the road again :)

The last three weeks at “home” in Branson went by in a whirlwind. I felt like I was constantly chasing my tail! Richard was blessed with a lot of work. (Unlike many full-time RVers we still have to earn some money to support our somewhat unusual lifestyle!) He finished work on Thursday morning and then it was time to wash the camper and the truck. It’s funny how so many of us RVers have... read more

Cuddles with Hovis

3 photos in this post One day this week Hovis had had a VERY long and busy day being out with us all. When we came home she needed cuddle time with Richard. Yes, he spoils her rotten but she loves it! When we purchased Hovis, the owners of the sanctuary told us to start training her to go on her back from a young age as long as she did not have a full crop. I listened and did this. Caleb saw me and so... read more

A New Awning

3 photos in this post  One of our two awnings broke the second night we were in the camper way back in April. A storm came through and although the awnings have automatic sensors we believe the wind took the one before it had a chance to retract. (We are WAY MORE vigilant now, retracting them ourselves when we think a storm is coming!) It has taken all this time for things to get sorted and a new one to... read more

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