I can see my house from Eugene’s house!

You may remember that there is an old abandoned American jeep in my neighborhood. I call him Eugene. I haven’t been to see him for a while and suggested to the tall person that we go and make sure he is okay.

Eugene lives on a sidewalk at the top of a hill on the other side of the valley from my house. He doesn’t actually have a house. He’s the rugged outdoor type and prefers to feel the sun and the rain and the gentle breeze on his olive green skin.

Anyway, he was snoozing in the sunshine when we got there so we didn’t wake him up.

As we turned to head home the tall person said that we can see our house from here and sure enough there was our house on the other side of the valley.

It’s in the center of the picture. If you look carefully you can see the white door that leads out to the toy room balcony where I sit with my kitten, Barnaby. You can also see the tall tree that stands behind my house. Tall person looks for that if he gets lost when we are walking in the maze of narrow lanes that make up our neighborhood.

Barnaby! Barnaby! Can you see me!

No answer.

Hmm, I think he is asleep on duty.

Dangerous tree captured!

On my walk through the neighborhood today I saw a tree in a cage. It must have done something very wrong to be imprisoned. I wondered why it had not been transferred to a proper tree correctional facility but perhaps the authorities felt that leaving it by the road side would act as a detterent to other trees who might be tempted to misbehave.

I mentioned this to the tall person who told me not to be silly. He said that a cage had been put around the tree to stop it rolling down the steep hill.

Hmm, and I thought my interpretation was far-fetched!