My dear sweet nephew came here on the first of October and left this morning. He drove his motor coach all the way from Denver CO and parked it in an RV park on the outskirts of the town. He also towed his “Jeep” all the way, which was good because he used that a lot to come here and go about the town instead of driving the home on wheels! He brought with him his furry friends, a Chihuahua, and two beautiful cats. They stayed in the motor coach while he came over for lunch and dinner almost every day. It was so nice to have him here, talking about family, friends, old home in the subcontinent, and a host of other things. Almost every night I would pack some Indian food in disposable containers for him to keep in his freezer; that way when he is on the road, he can just heat that up and have some home made food.
When he was a little boy, he was constantly hanging around us, beguiling us with his beautiful eyes and smile. When he would giggle I used to think of doves cooing in our aviary. I am so blessed that he would come and spend three and half weeks with me. If it were not for the impending snowfalls in Denver, he would have stayed on for a couple more weeks. He wanted to avoid driving the big hulk in a snow storm.
From Denver he will continue with his wanderlust and go to the shores of beautiful Oregon, and meditate watching the waves there. It will be cold there, but it won’t be as miserable as Denver, he says. So he left this morning.
Here are some pictures from his visit.
This is Pepi with his security blanket.
The coach had black seats at the ‘dining table”, but he had some beautiful Indian fabric, and his neighbor sewed some terrific covers for these seats.
Showing the interior of the coach. really beautiful. spacious and comfortable.
Finally a picture of his freezer. It is tiny. When I forced him to take more food, he texted me this photo to show how he has cramped up the space with the containers of food! 🙂