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beautiful day outside and where do I find these two, roaming the halls with their ball, just like a couple of little kids.

 

Roaming the halls

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The thermometer may say 84 but the feels like indicator says 94 and the UV index is at 10+ extreme which is the highest rating.  This means u should stay out of the sun especially at the hottest point of the day.  Of course that means Mr. B and Miss Ginger dove into the big blue sea right around 2 oclock, and boy was that refreshing.

Now some people get confused when people refer to the island of Curacao as The Rock and even think it was named after the benevolent ruler of the realm of Tuturutu but the truth be told it was called The Rock long before there were any rulers.  You see Curacao is a semi arid or near desert environment and can go many months without rain with mostly cactus growing wild in the countryside.  During this time there is alot of dry rock around and the name kind of stuck.

Fortunately the Realm is built above a natural Aqueduct that captures the water and provides the land with a natural spring with the assistance of an electrical deep well pump.

Enjoy all!

Along the Western Border

A Rocks view look

Lady D’s Garden

Lady D's Garden

Just outside this garden are potted pepper plants and The Rock plowed thru them like a bowling ball, Lady D was not amused

Not sure if Rock leaves behind footprints, handprints or pawprints but there is one thing for sure, the prints through the new Tomato and  herb garden were definitely The Rocks.  Fortunately it appeared to be a scouting mission and not a foraging as all the plants were intact.

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Banana bunch so heavy it brought the tree down, Mr. B put it up on a bucket before somebody (aka The Rock) got to it first.