Tuesday, March 25, 2008

A Little of This ...

We're HOME!!!!! YAYYYYY!!!!!!! I had a fantastic time in Pineville, LA, but there is just no place like home! Even if the grass at home isn't green, and the azaleas aren't yet blooming, and the Bradford pears are still making that nasty reproductive tree smell. Ew. Not opening the windows tonight.

Okay, I posted about the Google cars the first night of our adventure, and Imbeingheldhostage and Harmony both looked up the 360 project for me. Thank you! And I, in my travel weary state, referred to Zobabe as the one researching. Then Margo, the techno wonder, found out even MORE! The cars were still at the hotel when we left. Here's a link if you'd like to know more about the project! http://gizmodo.com/gadgets/eye-on-you/google-streetview-camera-car-fleet-set-to-invade-america-279222.php



I'm really hoping this linky thing works. While in Pineville, I had a little fun with the cows. My cousin, Cayce, got involved in the shooting of the video above. He went into the yard for the pine needles, which we taped together for the tumble weed, bright boy! And you'll notice a new character being introduced! P.C. - short for Pez Cow - drops in on our friends! Stay tuned for future friends, as I came home with some new characters. What fun!!!

Time to move the laundry. And iron. And just generally put away crap. I promise, tomorrow I'll be catching up with all of your blogs!

Until I write again ...

Flea

17 comments:

Poltzie said...

You have a pear tree, really?? That is too cool (would never happen in Canada)!

kimmy said...

I agree...there is no place like home!

Kimmy

Weezee said...

Nice to have you home Flea. Looks like the family and F&B had a great time too.

Karen said...

I'm glad you're home. But you might want to hush about opening windows. We're still dealing with frost and occasional flurries.

jeni said...

You better tell those frisky trees to behave! They're sure setting a bad example for all of your other trees. :) And that Pez Cow (P.C.)? He looks like he's got himself some moves, with the jumping down from the rocks and all. :) Glad you're home!

Tammy said...

I still have a lot of snow outside. Yuckyyyy!!! I wanna open my windows, but it is way too cold outside. :o(

dlyn said...

Oh dem crazy cows - what will they do next???

~ Straight Shooter ~ said...

Glad you were able to click your heels (wheels) and return home safely!

Keri said...

I always love that first few steps back into my home after a nice trip... love vacations... but love to be home too.

brneyedgal967 said...

The Fred & Bessie video is too cute - and a catchy tune to boot!! My winders (that's what my Granny called them... heh heh) were open all day yesterday and I'll open them again today when it warms up a little. Jeez I love spring time. :-)

Burgh Baby's Mom said...

Welcome home!

You know, I'm going to have to go down our hill and see if our Bradford stinks. Thanks a lot!

Melissa said...

Then Joe was right! Imagine my surprise! ;)

Cute cows, they really know how to cut a rug!

Asthmagirl said...

There's nothing cheerier than dancing cows! Your bovines sure know how to move!

Hope you get everything organized today... it's sure good to have you back!

Wonderful World of Weiners said...

Not sure that Happy Hallie exists anymore - I think the spider killed her.

Hallie :)

Mary said...

Cuuuute! I'm so jealous that we didn't get to go to Louisiana and see ya'll! :(
when are you coming to GA?

Lori said...

Love the tumbleweed, love the little car and travel trailer, love the music! Glad you're back!
Thought about you when I was at the Opry Saturday night. I blogged about why....

Coffee Bean said...

I always love coming home after being away!