Galley Wench Tales

Exploring the world through the people we meet
and the food they eat.

Even the gnomes were cold outside. Inside: toasty and welcoming. Whew!
The words Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds isn’t just a credo for American mail deliverers. 
Sweet welcome! Thank you Tom & Susanne, you rock!
As a Trusted Housesitter, we know the appointed times that doggies need their walkies. 
One of my special dubious talents: moving in the snow! We weren’t expecting this!
But we knew we were expected. Darby begins his training — of us!
Enough snow for this — briefly!
Yes, Darby does like the snow. Good thing!
Forsythia in the snow (on Darby’s walk).

Post-snowy-walk tub spray-down.  Clearly, not Darby’s favorite part.

Petting time. Life is good.
Location Location

How much is that doggie in the window?

This morning we started our next house-sit, a Trusted Housesitters* gig in NorthEast Portland Oregon. Provided coronavirus doesn’t cut Darby’s owner’s trip short, we’re here until April 20th.

*my affiliate link and a 25% membership discount to Trusted House-sitters, those house-sits we’re doing other than for friends.

Yes, I’m still playing catch-up on our sunscape road trip from February; there’s still more to come.