A Traveler and his Cat exploring America.

Wednesday, January 31, 2018


Some of the signs, decorations, graphics or whatever you want to call them I saw on RV's.

Not one I would ever have!  No way!

This one is nice.

Just what a caterpillar caregiver is I am not so sure.

 He applied the old covered wagon name of the pioneers to his van.

A way for him to make a few dollars while on the road.
There were no vending or sales of any kind allowed at the RTR on BLM land
 hence the handwritten sign.

 But that didn't stop this couple any.

A hand knitted spare tire cover.  
Practical, maybe not but very colorful and pretty all the same.

Finally this.


  1. Brilliant though I thought the art for sale one was rubbish and rubbish art to boot

  2. You may need one of those Cat Crossing signs.

  3. So Beans has a sign of her own! ;-)

  4. I agree with Bill about the “Art for sale” one. I love the spare tyre cover but I think it’s crochet not knitted, just saying. And I like the Cat crossing one too.

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  6. Funny about the caterpillar caregiver, I would wonder if it's my buddies at Where the Wind Goes but I'm pretty sure they are in the southeast these days. Here's a link to their blog detailing their adventures with their "babies" they're raising from eggs. http://nikothenomad.blogspot.com/2018/02/spotted-oleander-caterpillars-fifth.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+blogspot%2FirvfF+%28Where+the+Wind+goes...%29


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