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Sunday, March 24, 2013


Friends and Kitties!

Sheebie here.

It's been windier than H-E-Double Toothpicks here...which means no bike riding, (bummer)...but the good news is that the gales blew the plastic tarp off of the new big-ass lizard that was delivered to the Park last week!
Scott and I walked over to check it out.
These ginormous eggs are made to crawl through. 
So I did!

Then it was time to scale Mount Lizard...

This thing is seriously HUGE.  Kids (of all ages, mind you) are gonna have a blast scaling this guy.
(Or gal, after all, there are eggsesses laying around.) 


I love you, Giant Lizard.
Things are really coming along in the Park, I'll have more to show you next week.

But I can't let you go without showing you the french bread I baked:
They were excellent.  Crisp outside, chewy and yeasty inside--we ate half a loaf for dinner.

I only have one day off this week cos I have to attend a training seminar, so my the Kats commenting will be sparse(r) than if y'all feel any whiskers on the back of your necks--well, it's just us lurking.

Have a Happy Sunday, and a Happy Week, too!

XX  Sheebie  XX


  1. WoW ! What a fun thing to have across the street!!

    Seriously nice job on the french bread!! was that the one-bowl mix and bake recipe? It looks absolutely delishious!!! Wish I lived next door sor something :-) T.

  2. Mmmmm. Bread. Looks delish!

    I'll be by to collect on the special offerings from the LadyCats later, okay?

  3. That bread is seriously purrfect-looking!

    Thanks for the update pics on the park. It looks like kids of all ages (heh-heh) are gonna have a great time.

    Happy Sunday! xoxo

  4. My human loves those lizards! I prefer MY lizards living and breathing... or at least living and breathing until I have had my way with them!

  5. wow, a giant smiling lizard across the street from you! every park needs a giant lizard!

  6. What a great lizard! Me is totally envious! And wes has had lits of wind too. Me hates it!

  7. The kids (of all ages) are going to love that park.

    Your bread looks bootiful!

  8. It's so nice and fun to have a park so near. The bread looks delicious! Purrs!

  9. Those breads loafs look great. Have a great week to you and the kitties.

  10. What fun to ride a lizard and it did behave very nicely for you.Those are the kind of lizards that are the best, they don't take any maintenance. Have a great Sunday. Love the pictures.

  11. Aren't you scared of that thing? I mean really, it's huge! We like the size of your beautiful breads much better... whew!
    Harry, Dexter and Tipp

  12. Fun lizardy things! Oh, and that bread looks scrumptious.

  13. I love that park...I'd be pushing kids off to get to the critters!
    Jane x

  14. Love the park and so much fun. Mum would be doing just the same. Great fun pictures. Tell mum not to work too hard.. Hugs GJ xx

  15. That lizard is so cool! The park is going to be fantastic when it is done.

    Now I want some bread... :)

    Island Cats' mom

  16. Whoa that is one big lizard!
    Oh by the by
    Can you send a few loaves down our way! Looks Yummy!

  17. That park looks amazing! We cant' wait to see what else there is for you to show us there.

    And you'd better hide that bread. It looks too good to resist for very long.... Yum!

  18. WOW! That is seriously a HUGE lizard and so much fun too.

  19. That's the biggest lizard I've ever seen! He looks pretty friendly though.

  20. It's going to be so fun watching kids on that lizard! The bread looks fabulous too! Hope the training seminar goes well!

  21. your world is fun! thanks for sharing.... Always lovely to visit you. Love Helen, Darcy and Bingley xxx

  22. You are seriously cute climbing that lizard! Have a good week!

  23. What a pawsome park for kids (of all ages)!

    Mom says yum to the bread too!

    Sasha, Sami, & Saku

  24. hmmm...better not let Minnie see this post and the bread...

    Love the park pics - looks like an agility course for peeps :) You know, even with the wind, you could go out on your ride with the tail wind, fly out as far as you want to go...and then call Scott to pick you up :D


  25. That's a great George you have there!

  26. That is one giant George. But no match for your lot, methinks. They can hunt as a pack, I assume ?!

  27. How cool! You definitely made us smile by riding the lizard. We are a little concerned by the size of the eggs. They look too big to have come from that lizard, so there must be another more ginormous lizard wandering your neighborhood...Aaaaak!

    In response to your question of how Baskin and Abner got such cool names...well, Mommy was apparently craving ice cream. She almost named us Baskin and Robbin or Ben and Jerry. For Abner's name, she likes to name cats unusual names that sound like they would be for a grandpa (hence, Ambrose and Clarence), and "Abner" fit the bill.

  28. Wow, giant lizards AND home-baked french bread? There's a whole lotta good stuff going on at your house! :)

    Hugs to you all!

  29. Sheebie you literally crack us up!!
    OMCs mom would so love to be behind you in the tunnel....but she would let you walk up the lizard all by your lonesome 'cause mom trips over lines in the sidewalk.



  30. Lizards AND fresh homemade bed? It doesn't get any better than that.

  31. HAHA
    That looks like one fun park. I won't be chasing any lizards THAT BIG, though it looks like you caught one. :)

  32. MOL...Mom Trish, look like this park has been built for you !!!...Weeeeee !!! : )
    And your bread looks so YUM !!!!

  33. We think the critters are so cute! I'm sure the kids (of all ages) are going to love them.

    Those are a couple lovely French loaves :)

  34. That park is going to be awesome! And your bread looks so yummy! I totally would have ate the whole thing. :)
    xo Catherine

  35. Oh what a great park that is-can't wait to see the changes as they happen.
    It's inspiring to see you play and have such fun. ;-)
    Did you use a pop-together recipe for the french bread?
    It looks fabulous!
    Have a great week.

  36. Lurk on..we have had to do the same ...once for similar reasons when Admiral was first blogging and then, life interfered. Just as with you. xox

  37. That is one cool lizard! Did Mom bring it home for your Catio???

  38. Looks like someone is going to have lots of fun when the park opens.
    Thank you for your kind thoughts and words. We miss Eric so much.

  39. Sweet! You get the lizard and I'll take a toad!

  40. I'm surprised it's just you at the park crawling all over those things--where are the kids??? oh wait...they are politely waiting for the wrapping to come off! Hahahaha! Be careful so they don't put you in the slammer for not waiting! :P

  41. Wow! That is the biggest lizard we ever saw. Your bread looks scrumptious! Hugs and nose kisses

  42. That park looks fantastic--perfect for kids of all ages :)

    Also, that French bread looks incredible. Is it hard to make? I would love the recipe!

  43. that dinosaur is skerrry!!!!!!!!

    Oh great, show my Mom bread when she can't have it for EIGHT days starting tonight! Gee thanks!

  44. AWEsome... the hugeamasuarus.... but mostly... the BREAD! YUM!

  45. Ya can't bake French bread unless you're French. MOL! Is that the Fieco gecko?? Hump—I mean ride that gecko!

  46. Yummy looking bread! Did you decide to go that route instead of challah? If you ever want to try challah, our mom's got a pawesome recipe that's too yummy! (Cinnamon sugar on top ;-)


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