You Might Be a (Closet) Redneck…


Who knew my island boy was a closet redneck?  Eric’s new name:  Bubba-mon.  Enjoy the pics of our “new” travel trailer, property in nowheresville TX, and the hilarity of getting there.  The kids weren’t with us this weekend, but our silly city dogs were.

Cowboy was so scared he shoved under Eric to get in the car to leave! What a city dog!!

Our redneck hideaway, the Quacker, hidden as far back onto the property and in the woods as we can get it.

My Bubba-mon loading us up for a 2-day stay.

200 pounds of city dog heading to the country in an overfilled Suburban.

He may be a Bubba now, but he's still wielding an island machete, mon.

There's barely room for me in the giant 2000 Suburban, what with the generator, Poo-Can (don't ask), 4 bikes, 2 dogs, and giant water containers.

Someday, this will be a beautiful country home for us, post-child-rearing; now…in the writing world, we call this a WIP, which stands for “work in progress!”

Comments
7 Responses to “You Might Be a (Closet) Redneck…”
  1. Christina says:

    Niiiiiiiiice. Now you just need a dry cabin in the Alaskan bush and you’re ready for The End Times!

    • Pamela says:

      Also, I just have to admit, that being without internet for 2 days led to blisteringly productive writing time. And I do mean blistering: 105 degree heat index! Luckily, I was inside the Quacker with the A/C cranked. Bubba-mon was outside doing manual labor.

  2. Pamela says:

    You know it, Snowcones! When we build our underground nuclear panic room, we’ll call ya.

  3. Jenny says:

    Just don’t let him come out of the closet!!!

  4. Heidiopia says:

    What a blast you will have working on this together! Congratulations… can’t wait for more tales from nowheresville!

  5. robgky says:

    LOL. Thanks for the post glad to see more cyclist move to the Boonies as we call them in Central KY. I hope you do have the opportunity to live in the wilderness on a permanent basis. I wouldn’t trade it for the world.

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