|Burradoo Ranch from the backside|
Half way up the slope is a boulder taller and longer than I am, accessible from the uphill side. A rounded rectangular shape up the top with a perfect shallow depression for sitting with legs dangling made it feel so comfortable and homey.
I will say I am relieved to know the last day of my stay is upon me only because when you are taking care of someone else's animals there is a certain pressure (albeit perhaps self induced) to be sure all stay safe and sound.
I will also say I am full of satisfaction and sadness and excitement too. I feel good for doing this trip. I really do miss Allen and the dogs at home and am beginning to feel eager to see them. I dislike goodbyes though. I have had quite an adventure here. An adventure loaded with a variety of small an large occurrences and special people that have made it more than I thought it would turn out to be.
One other gift of this place: I have finally begun to understand the phrase "where ever you go, there you are."