Good old Southern Oregon summer skies. Always a fire burning somewhere.
The dogs were nonplussed with the fact that other dogs now live in "their" yard. They could not understand why they weren't allowed in the dog door for access to air conditioning. Alice several times meandered into the garage and stood waiting at the door to the kitchen.
But we did enjoy some morning and evening walks.
Across the creek we noted horses on pasture where there had been crops before.
And some young hamburgers on the other side of the road were intrigued by the short dog as well.
The big event of the week was that our niece Mari and her fiance Ed were tying the knot. They have been taking care of the place for us since July of last year.
Our yard was festooned with pink bows, white chairs, and pop-up gazebos for the bar area.
Bridesmaids included (from right to left) our niece Kari and great-nieces Mari's daughters Emily and Ashley.
There was no way Ed was staying in the get-up long enough for the dance. Mari said he almost wore a "'Merica" t-shirt so she was grateful for what dress-up time she had.
It's 5:00 somewhere. And it was quite a party after. I won't post the details online, but . . .