V wrote an offer on a beautiful home yesterday, and he wanted to show it to me. So we drove by. As it turned out, the home was just down the street from friends of mine. We drove by, and there they were in their driveway. Fortunately I had my camera with me because you won’t believe all the wonderful treasures I have to share with you from the Running P Ranch!
I’m not going to take you on the entire tour here because there is just too much. Mike makes signs, so we will start and finish at the bar for today, so you will get a whiff of why the Running P Ranch is such a fun place. Step right up. Pick a favorite sign from this gallery of signs.
This first sign that caught my eye indicated that this would probably be a fun place. Keep in mind that both Mike and Sally worked in high schools for X # of years. Not bad advice in Tulare County where the teen pregnancy rate tops any other statistic. Just a note: this is not where the high school kids come to congregate!!! The teachers hang here!!! They obey signs!
I don’t want you to get any ideas here! But watch your pockets, folks!
I’m out of time for today, so there you have it, and introduction to the Running P Ranch. Hope you had as much fun as we did. Of course you couldn’t have because you didn’t have Mike and Sally to escort you through, but just imbibe a little of my fun.
See you tomorrow???
Margaret just visited me. It is my habit now to visit all the new people that visit my blog and leave their mark. So I discovered Margaret who lives in the Pacific Northwest, where I spent the last two years of high school, and a few years past that. She loves to travel, and has one of the most interesting headers. She loves to write and travel. Who wouldn’t like a gal like that?
I think she also likes to cook. I spent quite a bit of time browsing, and just felt right at home. I think you might, too! 🙂