If I have my times figured out correctly he should be sitting in the airport at Indianapolis waiting for his connecting flight to Chicago. Should get in tonight about 7pm, he left the little car at the airport, so he'll get home around 9, have a good night's sleep and chores in the morning.........LOL The donkeys don't know it yet, but they will be ecstatic to see him home. That will mean they get to go over to Burroland starting tomorrow afternoon, it also means they will have to go back into training to come back over here at feeding time. They weren't exactly trained, so it will be like starting all over again.....!!!
They've actually been pretty good about not going over there, although they have spent quite a bit of time standing by the gate, wishing it open. Anytime Doug or I go out and they see us they come running to see if we've finally come to our senses. So I would imagine tomorrow will be very exciting for them.............and for us when it's time to come back over here..........!!!!
John called last night and told me all about the get together, they even had a big bonfire they enjoyed until 2am........!!! John's cousin Sandy sent pictures, I guess it was pretty hot there yesterday, although John said it cooled off after sundown to sweatshirt time. But if you plan for a bonfire you can't let a little thing like a heat wave interfere with the plans.
|NO LITTLE PUNY BONFIRE FOR MARK.......!!! YOU'LL NOTICE THEY HAVE THEIR CHAIRS QUITE AWAYS AWAY...........LOL|
LOOKS LIKE JOHN WAS STANDING UP AND TALKING WITH HIS HANDS - HOPE IT WAS A GOOD STORY.....!!
It was 41 degrees here this morning, great sleeping weather, that's the coolest morning so far. I'd say it's feels like fall, but in the desert it's hard to tell, it's up to 80 degrees and the sun is shining brightly and will probably be in the 90's this afternoon.
I would imagine we will take the Kia race car out on the road tomorrow for a shake down run to make sure it's ready for Saturday. I don't expect it to be a front running car, but do hope it finishes the race. John has a few things he needs to do to it, nothing major, hopefully he won't spend all this week under it, turning wrenches.
Linda sent some more pictures, I see Boaz is working on his begging routine again......or still
|IT LOOKS LIKE LEO IS LEARNING FROM BEGGING MASTER, BOAZ|
AND LYNN THINKS THERE IS NOTHING OUT HERE FOR THE BOYS TO EAT.....??? I GUESS IT'S BOAZ'S TURN TO LOOK FOR DANGER, WHILE THE OTHERS CHOW DOWN ON "NOTHING"