Monday, November 13, 2006

I'm on a roll. A week ago I locked my keys in my car twice (one time the car was running at it was while meeting a friend for lunch at Jason's Deli.) Friday night I took my family to a cabin at Heber Springs that some friends from Bryant own. About 10 minutes away from the cabin I had the startling revelation that I had left the key to the cabin at home. I called the owner and told him I couldn't look Deana in the eye and tell her what I had done. Deana, bless her heart, did an amazing job keeping her composure. No sarcasm, no shoes flying, no lumps on my head. As it turns out, a neighbor in Heber Springs had a spare key, so we had an amazing time. I've never lived anywhere that the leaves turned orange or brown or any other color due to natural causes.

What a great view of the river. I can't wait to go back and spend some
time fly fishing. There were guys out here catching trout all over
the place.

I have the cutest girls ever!

I think Deana posted this tree on her blog.
There aren't trees that do this in Alaska
or Baytown.


Blogger Paige Robins said...

True, but don't forget, you lived in a strange part of Texas that doesn't have much natural beauty around it. Other parts are better. lol. I'm glad you're getting to enjoy your new digs.

5:41 PM  
Blogger shannon said...

How far from Harris County would you have to drive to find water like that?

Welcome to a land with real Fall - just wait until real Spring.

7:39 AM  
Blogger rachel'smom said...

chad.........this is no autumn in alaska? what comes after summer?

1:50 PM  
Blogger Chad said...

Alaska has three seasons... summer, winter and break-up when al the snow turns into water creating a huge mess for about a month or so.

2:52 PM  

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