Back at home, the heavy equipment was busy spreading fresh gravel on the access road.
Even the ‘not so heavy’ equipment was busy at the same time, spreading gravel on my driveway!
Fall has certainly arrived, making some very nice views with all the changed colours in the trees.
On a trip back from visiting in the Banff and Lake Louise area, I decided to take the Forestry ‘trunk’ road to take advantage of the quiet road and the fall scenery. I was watching out for John & Brenda, but they must have been holed up at Dogpound north. (Check out the bear photos on their blog!)
I spotted a herd of horses out in an isolated meadow. I can’t say for sure that they were wild horses, but I could not make out any brands using my binoculars, and it seemed like a stallion was in charge of the group …
Meanwhile, back at home, Hailey was practicing her tree climbing technique – just in case she has to watch for Pancho Villa coming across the Mexican border when we’re down south again this winter.
She went almost to the top, but her only miscalculation came very close to the ground – when I was there to rescue her! After a photo, of course
Meanwhile, the fifth wheel has been roused from it’s summer slumber, and serious preparations have begun for an eventual departure. Today, it is visiting the RV hospital to get it’s wheel bearings re-packed.
Whatever happens next – you’ll be the first to know. Eventually!
As I said on Twitter, “I used to be indecisive. Now, I’m not so sure …”