Chica’s New Friends

Chica loves to meet new friends…

When we arrived at Rockhound SP Chica was very anxious to meet her new friends.  I had been telling her all about them so she was really happy when she actually got to meet them.

There was Sophie and Elvis the kittens we had heard so much about from Jim and Gayle’s blog Life’s Little Adventures.  Chica only got a chance to meet Sophie when Jim brought her out one day.  She only got to see Elvis through the screen door.  Here is a pic of Jim and Sophie.

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Chica was very excited about meeting her new “cat friend”.

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Lots of new friends…

Besides Sophie and Elvis she also go to meet Debbie’s very fun loving dogs Elliot and Rupert.  She had lots of fun going on walks with them.  In this pic she and Elliot are discussing their favorite dog food.

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Plus don’t forget Katie owned by Barbara of Me and My Dog and My RV fame  Katie is also a Chihuahua just like Chica, but she is larger and Chica has to look up to her (just like everyone else).  Here are a couple of pics of all the gang including Elliot, Rupert, Katie, Sophie and Chica.

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We have now moved to Elephant Butte where we will spend the next couple of days.  Chica misses her friends as you can see from the next couple of pics.

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She is going to miss all her friends, but soon she will be meeting up with Sadie when Jimbo meets up with John and Linda to head north to Canada.  This is a pic of Sadie at Quartzsite.

Sadie hopping like a rabbit Chica and I would like to thank all our friends we camped with at Rockhound State Park.  We both had a wonderful time.  We are both looking forward to seeing you again.

One last hike before heading north

The day prior to leaving Jim, Gayle and myself all want on a hike out in the desert.  It was a couple miles past where we hiked the first time.  It was a neat spot.  We even found some flowers.  It is amazing how beautiful plants grow where there is absolutely NO water.

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Jim and Gayle led the way as we climbed next to a wash.  They are very experienced hikers and it took a lot to keep up with them.

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We didn’t make it to the top but had some terrific views nevertheless.

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This next rock formation looked like an elephant.

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Off to Elephant Butte State Park

We took off Monday and stopped at Elephant Butte State Park at the South Monticello campground.  I have been here many times in the past and never tire of the beautiful here.  I took a couple of pics to show you.

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I was only going to stay there one night but changed my mind and stayed two instead.  I am glad I did as the wind was blowing pretty good and wouldn’t really have wanted to drive in it.

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Next stop Albuquerque

I will be heading to Albuquerque tomorrow and staying at the Enchanted Trails RV Park just west of the city.  I have an appointment at the Apple Store on Thursday and I hope they can fix my phone at that time.  On Friday I will have my interview with Amazon for next winters job.

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7 thoughts on “Chica’s New Friends

  1. In your blog you wrote, “Kitie owned by Barbara”. You have to ask, who owns who?
    My little one owns me and she knows it.
    Thank you for your blog and pictures of Chica and friends.

  2. You are one moving gentleman. I can barely keep up with all you have going on! So very cute to see Chica with her friends! Glad you could all pal around! Great floral pictures as usual. 🙂

  3. Chica looks like she really liked Sophie. I think she needs a companion ;-). We travel with our cat, Mandy, but are not full timers.

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