The going was tough for the rest of the afternoon. The road was very dusty and full of holes. Several of us had hiked a few miles along the trail.
We had to keep stopping as my grandson insisted on inspecting every rabbit hole we went past.
We traveled to the top and saw a local golf course in our town.
Eventually, we made our way through the pine trees near our neighbor's yard.
When we rounded the corner, we were greeted by an Egret, much to our surprise!
But then, he flew away and was off to other parts of the land.
I'm reading a Chapter Book called The Last Cowboys, written by Harry Horse. He was the author-illustrator of many books for children, including The Last Polar Bears, The Last Gold Diggers and The Last Castaways. He was also a political cartoonist for several national newspapers in the United Kingdom. Read more
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The Last Cowboys
"The moon came up and threw a ghostly light on the road. I write the last of this letter by the light of my last candle in the tent. Roo is asleep in my sleeping bag. How will we get home?" -- Anxiously, Your Grandfather
My grandson helping us out on the ranch; my favorite cowboy!
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