Last year while we were at an outdoors restaurant, a Gecko jumped on Wilma’s shoulder. A scream from her made the Gecko run for cover… right across her lips to her other shoulder and leap off.
This year the Gecko re-appeared. The photo above showes it on the screen just above Wilma. She does not know as of yet how close he will get to her.
She notices him and begins her Welcome signs to him.
A Walmart plastic bag was used for assurance that he would not jump down into her hair. By this time the rest of us are enjoying a good laugh at poor Wilma’s expense.
Mr. Gecko refuses to take the hint and leave! Wilma draws back with fright!
It wasn’t long and he left, going back to where he came from, to Wilma’s relief.
It wasn’t long and the liquid refreshments, along with the great music, brought many to their feet to dance around the pool.
And it wasn’t much longer before a few of the snowbirds found their feathers wet in the pool!
The matching shirts??? Our section of the RV Park many years ago was given a nick name of “The Hood”. Don’t know exactly why, maybe the late parties that were held most evenings. We all decided it would be a great time to wear our “It’s All Good In The Hood” shirts. They were a big hit with the Snowbirds, with many chuckles and fun comments.
This morning we rode our bikes over to our sister park, Lettuce Lake RV Park. They were holding a “Garage Sale” and we didn’t find anything that we couldn’t do without, so we left empty handed.
Until next time, be safe and God Bless.