Toilet Paper and Tortoise

We don’t expect to see much going on at the house at this point, especially on a Saturday. But, we don’t want to miss anything if someone does do something.  Someone had been there; a light was on in the hall, the laundry room, the garage, and in the small attic space above the garage.  The pull-down stairs were still down. I climbed up to have a look but did not see anything new.

A bird was having an epic battle with itself in the shower stall window. It kept flying into the window and pecking its reflection over and over.

We did find a change.  The toilet paper holder had been installed in the bathroom by Andy’s office.

We saw a huge tortoise (I think it’s a tortoise, anyway) crossing the road in our RV park. I didn’t have a ruler with me and am guessing the shell was fifteen inches from front to back.

When I stood in front of it to take a picture, it would lie down.

Then, it would take off again in a hurry.  This tortoise was no slow poke. That’s a look of determination.


6 thoughts on “Toilet Paper and Tortoise

  1. derrickjknight October 1, 2017 / 4:48 am

    When you get the toilet paper in I’ll know you’ve arrived 🙂


    • Dinata Misovec October 1, 2017 / 4:08 pm

      So funny and TRUE! Andy already has plans to go to the Costco warehouse store for a 30-roll package. I had to convince him to wait until we actually move out of the motorhome and into the house.

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    • Dinata Misovec October 1, 2017 / 4:08 pm

      It was impressive. A new animal for my wildlife photo collection.


  2. Cas Olverson October 1, 2017 / 5:48 pm

    am madly in love with your humongous tortoise! your RV park must have some really good resources and wildlife protection to raise a tortoise that big.


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