Friday, June 2, 2017 – This was originally put together the day before I was taken to the hospital by ambulance on Thursday, May 4th for the bleeding ulcer. We thought we were leaving to see Route 66 on Monday, May 8th. But no, we’re still home enjoying all the beauty we are blessed to live in on Rohner Road in Amite. Here’s the blog as I wrote it that day with a few little updates. I ask a couple of questions about blueberries and satsumas. If you have knowledge about that please let me know!!
This is truly the nicest and prettiest RV Resort we have ever, or will ever stay in! I walked around the property Saturday snapping some photos of our flowers, our relaxation area, fruit trees and pond. While I love sharing this with ya’ll, it’s actually for us to look back on while we’re gone so we don’t forget how wonderful “home” is!
Roy getting ready for one last ride at home on his shiny new mini motorbike!
He took four wheelbarrow loads up the hill, near the house, and spread it out hoping to help grass grow in that space. It’s been wonderful being home a little longer into the spring this year and getting to see our flowers bloom and bushes grow. These photos are from the areas immediately around our motor home we are blessed to enjoy every day.
On our way down to and next to the pond are our blueberries, figs, satsumas and other beautiful space. We have a total of 5 blueberries growing on our 8 bushes. Pretty sure that’s not right. Any tips on growing blueberry bushes that produce more, please pass them along. We have not seen birds eating them so I don’t think that’s the problem. They may not be getting as much sunshine because of the abundance of oak trees in that area. Is that the problem???? UPDATE: Good news is we’ll be here when those 5 ripen!!!
One of the newest amenities at Chauvin’s RV Resort – our lovely hammock! This may not look like much but it is a wonderfully peaceful addition! From here on I was walking away from where our RV, Dora, lives down towards the pond.
This was transplanted from the side of the house and is coming out great!
The three satsuma trees. There is only one satsuma on those three trees. What do they need to produce more or is it just not time for them to start making fruit? Looking back up towards the house and our motor home from the side of the pond.
I’ll probably be out taking more pictures when we finally do get to get back on the road in late June!
Ya’ll come back now, ya’ hear!!