Tuesday, October 19, 2010
Fur Shui went to Andy and Melissa's wedding in Escondido, CA! It has been a very "Western" theme as of late for Fur Shui and its travels. This month the book went with Lucinda to a wedding where the accent was definitely the old West with the bride and groom decked out in wild wild West costumes and Lucinda came as a native American. Lots of black was evident in the old time vests, suits and dresses, very formal...black is the color of life path...let the wedding couple have a long and prosperous life together for sure! The father of the bride and bride find Fur Shui to be amusing as well as the book seemed at home with the gifting and food celebrations! All enjoyed the day and cheers to the bride and groom, may they have many happy years together with much abundance and joy!
Tuesday, October 5, 2010
Fur Shui's Texas road show continues on to Blanco, TX! Blanco is a small cattle town established in the 1850's in the Texas Hill Country. Jim visited the 130 year old Blanco Courthouse and a restaurant that is more than 100 years old...reports are that the food is quite "fresh" though! Fur Shui is gobbling up many miles with Jim and is becoming quite the conversation piece with all the communities it has visited. Better charge up in the travel life space upon return home to Austin...more adventures to come!
The wild wild West tour with Jim continues for Fur Shui at the Enchanted Springs Ranch, TX. Now the book visits "Boot Hill" and the "Silver Spur Saloon". Then on to more of the modern era riding atop Steve Schmidt's 1964 Caddy...watch out for those pointed long horns...wahooo! "Pointed" objects as well as the car's hot red color do find their home in the fame section, of which this Caddy is quite a local famous site while driving in and around Austin!