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Tuesday, October 13, 2015

What I did on my vacation

I went here first.  I realized that I had not been on a plane for over 10 years!  I'd like to report that there have been no improvements.  It's worse.


Then I picked up the Mighty Blue Machine.


Cute, ain't it?  Over 38 mpg!  I went to a place with red roads.


And spectacular views...


But, best of all, a place with even more spectacular people....


Are you "Pea" green with envy yet?  That's right -- I went to visit Mama and Papa Pea!!!  And that means I got a bonus visit with the lovely (and elusive) Chicken Mama!  

Not surprisingly, we packed a great deal into this, my BEST VACATION EVER!  I will impart highlights of my trip over the week.  Right now, I have to reassure Lovey that I am back to stay.  It took a village to make this happen - that village was my dear sister, Connie.

(Take it away, Mama Pea!)

12 comments:

  1. Awesome!!!
    I think I recognize that A terminal....

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  2. Now that looks like a fantastic vacation! Love the pot heads.... :)

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  3. How exciting to meet a fellow blogger/friend in person! I got to meet Izzy from The Compound a couple of years ago & of course Stephen, from Standing Outside Looking In before that.

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  4. How great to meet a fellow blogger peep!! More coming I hope!

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    1. Carolyn, you realize Susan insisted on doing this pic just for you, don't you?

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  6. Can't wait to hear more-More-MORE! You know, I live in a TOTALLY vacation-worthy area. Start planning! ;-)

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  7. How very wonderful! Sad about the air travel none improvments! Super about the OPSEC Pots!

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  9. Susan,

    How cool!!! It's wonderful to meet Blogger friends.....I just love Mama Pea, and her hubby. Your dogs will be so happy that you're home, and won't be gone on a vacation for a little while.

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  10. JEALOUS!!! I was within spitting distance of Mama (and Papa) Pea this summer and didn't get to see them :(

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