This is Mr. Moo! He belongs to Thomas Earwood of Marysville, Kansas and he is the cutest three year old ginger I know. We have known Thomas and his mother Ashton for nearly a year and they know that we travel a lot. When we made the decision to live full time in our travel trailer and embark on an epic adventure Thomas asked us to take Moo along with us so he can see the sites and places he cannot see. Naturally we agreed, not just because I absolutely LOVE cows, but because I wanted to make Thomas a part of our adventure and this was the best way I know how to do it. Besides literally kidnapping him and taking him with us ;). So follow Mr. Moo as he travels with us and learn about the places he visits.
June 29, 2018 – Eugene T. Mahoney State Park – Ashland, Nebraska
Mr. Moo had a very busy day today! First he did some fishing off the Ruth Giger Memorial Fishing Bridge at Baright Lake. Several bluegill were caught by Jayce, Ukiah and Tom and a few bass. But mostly we spent a good deal of the time feeding the fish our worms.
After fishing in the heat for a while we decided to cool off in the craft center while Chip painted a ceramic cow, Ukiah painted a very colorful unicorn and Jayce painted a non-threatening alligator. We then sat on the dock and ate some lunch before returning to the camper for a much needed nap.
Tomorrow is a new day and a new adventure awaits as there is still plenty to do here.
June 30, 2018
July 1, 2018
Today did not go quite as planned for Mr. Moo. We were awoken during a storm by a loud bang on the top of our camper at 130am. Come to find out the awning that we forgot to close before the storm hit, was flipped over and landed on the roof. Once we got up Mr. Moo helped Tom remove the awning before we started our day. We ended up driving through the Lee G. Simmons Conservation Park and Wildlife Safari to see Elk, Bear, Bison, Wolves and Bald Eagles. Then we ate lunch before taking Ukiah and Jayce to Urban Air Adventure Park so they could burn off some energy on the trampolines and obsticale courses.
Tomorrow we pack up camp and head back to Marysville, KS for a few days.