Today, me and Teka decided that we would
keep our "adventure" close to home.
So,,,,,This is our house in Richmond VA.
(for earlier houses, check prior posts!)
And this is the park right across the street.
It is small, but very pretty.
This weekend we will be right at the center
of the excitement. The Greek Festival
takes place just about a block away
from our house. This "hood" smells
wonderful...starting about 3:00 pm
If you are coming
to the festival, and need a place to
park, we have room for two cars
(if they are friendly) in our driveway.
Let us know if you are coming.
Otherwise, we will have you towed!
We are also close enough to these places to
walk to them, even though we will not do that
today. That is my dad's head next to the sign,
so you can see that the bottom of the sign is
about 7 ft. from the ground.
On the South side of Cary St, but "North of the James"
is a wonderful neighborhood called "Windsor Farms"
We like to walk there because it is shaded, and because
we kind of snicker when the muzzer gets excited about
a nice house or garden. We are simple dogs and
it doesn't take much to amuse us.
This is a pillar at one of the entrances.
This is a reallly big magnolia tree.
And this is one of "those" houses that makes muzzer
And this is me, needing a haircut. But I can still make
All of the sidewalks in this neighborhood are
made of hand laid brick. Most of them are
But some of them are not well cared for. This is
one of the reasons muzzer grumbles until she sees
a neat house. Bricks that are heeding nature's message
to get out of the way make her trip, then she curses, and
sometimes she falls. To avoid this, we make her
wear really dorky shoes. It helps a little bit.
This is another house that she likes.
And another house!
With a truly lovely side yard and conservatory.
And a for sale sign! Uh Oh! Dad is in trouble fer sure,
fer sure. Actually, we hope that you all will fall in
love with our "hood" and buy this so that we can
be your neighbors. Mr. Rogers Reigns.
Gussie n Teka