Recently we (my wonderful hubby and I) had the opportunity to move from Florida to spend a year or so in Spain. Many people suggested we leave our little Dachshund Luke behind!
I was more than upset by these strange remarks. There was no way on earth that was going to happen. If Luke couldn’t come with us then we just wouldn’t go.
After 3 months of frantic planning and worrying about dogs on planes we are all safely installed in a beautiful village in the Alpujarra Mountains.
So we are currently living in a very small and old white washed village in Spain called Cadiar. Locals still own and use mules and donkeys, produce wine and there are Almond trees everywhere. Our neighbors keep their goats, chickens and mules on the ground floor of their old stone homes. I am so lucky to be able to spend a year in the Alpujarra Mountains. I very much enjoy following goat paths in the mountains, soaking up the silence and beauty.
The peace, time and tranquility allowed me to be able to spend some time exploring myself and write.
My blogs will sometimes be written as seen through the eyes of our lovable little Dachshund Luke. They most defiantly will contain information about travelling with a pet overseas and living in this little village called Cadiar. Since we spent 13 years in stunning Florida I am sure it will be mentioned more than a few times. Other ramblings will be included when they spring to mind.
Who am I?
I am happy, easy going, love to laugh, smile and talk.
At least that is my daily goal but others may not always see me that way.
I enjoy life and love travelling, walking, Dachshunds, reading, computers, and numbers.
I am not a very good cook, nor do I care. I did try knitting this year but winter ended before my husbands scarf was finished.
However I am many other things and hope to be many more.