The Yankee in Texas Cow Country. Part 2. — 6 Comments

  1. Hi! Met you in Monterey some months ago, and I’ve been following along ever since. Thoroughly enjoying your journey.

    • Hi Dean! Well, thank you so much!! I’m enjoying my journey, too 🙂 But I do miss Monterey! It’s one of the most beautiful places in the country! Thank you commenting!

  2. Hey Kernut!

    Wow, its like i know you. i started reading your blog a couple of weeks ago, somewhere near the end. I got here from a link on an RV website. the story intrigued me so much that i went back to the very first blog entry and have now read it all the way through!

    first: so sorry about Checkers. we have two cats (ok, they have us). our first pair of cats made it 19 years. it didnt take long before we ended up with two more. glad to see that Pyewacket has adopted you. we also have a german shepard. we used to have two. wonderful dogs! at one point we also had two guinea pigs. at that time all six pets were females. our 12-year-old son said our house was like Noah’s Ark – for Lesbians! after we picked ourselves up off the floor, i mentioned that if Noah had done that the planet would be a very lonely place.

    second: sorry your dating luck sucks so bad! you sure dont deserve it. cute, funny, blond(e). did i mention cute? hang in there, something will click.

    third: kudos to you for getting the rv and striking out on your own. i wish we could do that, but with the job, and family obligations, blah, blah, blah. you know how it is.

    anyway, if you ever get near williamsburg virginia and feel the need for a personally guided tour, just let me know. i would love to meet you. the wifely one would love to as well. btw, there is room in the driveway for a class A rig. only 20 amps at this time, but i plan to put in a 30 amp pedestal.


    • Hi Andy! Wow! What a wonderful compliment! I’m so impressed, surprised – and pleased – you went through the trouble of reading all of my musings! Oh my, I sure hope you’re still ok after such a large dose of Kernut the Blond(e)!

      I’m sorry about your kitties and the German Shepard who’ve passed on, too. They are like children, aren’t they. We had guinea pigs while growing up – great pets! Probably a good idea to have all females when it comes to guinea pigs – they breed like rabbits.

      Your son sounds pretty witty! I don’t think I was that astute at his age! He may have a future in blogging!

      Thank you so much for the invite to Williamsburg! I will definitely look you up if/when I’m in the area!

      Cheers to you!

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