Lee and a curious calico crisscross the country in a RV, living simply and sustainably.

Note from Lee: Miss Georgia is now 9 months old (betwixt cat and kitten) and has befriended javelina, a few small dogs & many humans during her travels.

Yesterday was the first time I ever visited Colorado, where Momma’s son and his cat, Shiva, live. And today was the first time I ever saw SNOW! Usually we take walks once or twice a day to explore the neighborhood, but it’s too cold and strange looking out there to make me even tempted to go outside. Here’s the view out of our door at Cherry Creek State Park yesterday.

Before snow.jpg

And here’s what it looked like when we woke up today. Luckily, Momma knew the snowstorm was headed our way and met her son and grandcat in the city last night. Today, we slept in, ate, napped, and cuddled without ever going outside into the white stuff.

After snow.jpg

Momma winterized our RV by using a heated water hose (although the park disconnects them at night during freezing weather), and keeping warm with two space heaters set on low plus our propane furnace as backup. She removes the wood panels beneath the bathroom and kitchen sinks in order to heat the water hoses under there. I LOVE curling up in the cubby hole near the space heater.


In a few days when the snow melts, we will head northwest towards our next adventure in Yellowstone National Park. Meow for now!

Comments on: "Georgia: On My Mind… Snow!" (1)

  1. […] For a more recent story of a snowy day parked at Cherry Creek State Park as told by Miss Georgia, click here. […]

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