You can walk around and take photos and admire the stuff but leave your dog in the car.
Except for this guy, he's allowed.
The site is a memorial to the owner's mother and sister.
It's a puzzling collection of stuff and there was even more than what's shown in these photos but I had to draw the line somewhere.
Cowboys and cannons and Bighorn Sheep and a church all in one.
I probably should have posed as the cowboy, a much more accurate portrayal of my regular garb.
It doesn't seem to match the tractor used in clips from the show but it does look like the one used in the opening credits.
Now you can enjoy that fantastic earworm for the rest of the day. I always thought Eva Gabor should move back to NYC, get a job and tell bumbling old Eddie Albert where to shove it but I guess those were different times. Also if it was me I'd much rather live in the country than NYC though not with Eddie Albert. I wonder how much influence this show had on my long held life goal to be self sufficient and never have to rely on a man?
Until next time.
I'm supposed to go to an agility trial tomorrow, a long anticipated chance to get some more Q's for USDAA Nationals but of course after maybe 1 or 2 days of rain in the past 3 months and sunshine and temperatures 20-30 degrees above normal it's supposed to be in the 50's and rain tomorrow. All day. 50 degrees plus rain is a good recipe for hypothermia and injured dogs so we'll see how tomorrow pans out. Could be a better day for warm cups of tea on the couch and brunch w/ Jonny.