Monday, August 13, 2018

Checking In

Well, our mommy and daddy are back from Maui but they're not quite functional yet. Something about three hours time difference and a white floofy alarm clock going off at o'dark thirty. Whatever. Anyway, we did take a peek at what they did on their trip and most of their photos are of them which they won't sign a waiver for us to show so here's the sunset outside their condo...
Of course there's beach photos...
And even a feral kitty from a stop halfway to Hana...
They had a really nice anniversary trip and enjoyed everything about it but they did discover some things about they car they drove...
1. They're too old to get in and out of it.
2. The trunk is tiny.
3. The back seat is even tinier.
4. They need the A/C on even when the top was down.
5. Black leather seats get really hot when the top is down burning somemommy's booty! MOL!

Anyway, we'll still be posting every so often this month so please be patient with us!

What's been going on in your neck of the woods?

Happy Monday!
Angel and Isabella

17 comments:

Ann said...

With a sunset and scenery like that, I would never want to come home. I like the vehicle I drive now because it's much easier to get in and out of. Those low to the ground cars are nice to look at but boy are they hard to get in and out of.

Kea said...

That first photo is absolutely stunning. The kind that could be a winner in a contest or sent to the tourism board or something. Wow!

We're glad you had a fabulous trip, hot car seats, etc. notwithstanding! :-D

Grace said...

Ah, always be careful what you wish for - spiffy sports car? Comes a time when comfy is more important than spiffy - sometimes the humans aren't so practical. The photos are lovely...

pilch92 said...

That is funny about the car, I am finding it harder to get in and out of some too :) Beautiful photos- I want that stray.

The Army of Four said...

SUCH beautiful photos!
The first discovery your peeps made about the Mustang may well be why our mom traded in her Celica.
We're glad they're back home safe and sound!
Cam and Mags

Sandee said...

I'm glad you had a great anniversary. That's the way to do it.

I had to laugh about the car. I'm with you. You saw what we were in when we visited you. That's about all I can do anymore.

Have a fabulous day. Scritches to the girls and a hug for you and J. ♥

Summer at sparklecat.com said...

It looks like your humans had a really great time on their anniversary trip! My human had never been that interested in visiting Hawaii, but after seeing the photos here and on Facebook, she's way tempted to go now!

♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥ said...

Cool car just the same!!!

And oh those beaches look so nice - hope Mom and Dad enjoyed their time in Hawaii.

Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

Lin said...

I miss those Maui sunsets. So pretty! I do not, however, miss the constant wind...so the convertible would not have been an option for me.

da tabbies o trout towne said...

hay ewe galz.....soundz like mom N dad hada veree nice annie fur sarry vacationz....tell em thanx for sharin theeze fotoz...they iz AWESUM...N wavez two ewe kitteh frum uz ~~~~~~~~ ☺☺♥♥

The Island Cats said...

It looks like your peeps had a wonderful time. The view was amazing!!!

Marg said...

That sure looks like a really nice place to visit. I had a good chuckle over the car. Glad you had fun.

BumbleVee said...

What on earth were they doing in the teeny tiny back seat? ...

lovely beaches ..... lovely sunsets.... holidays are great.

Fr. Tom Fishworthy said...

Comments about the car were funny! Great photos! - Tom x and the mom

Prints the Cat said...

My doggie sister, whom I never met, was named after the Road to Hana. And I was eyeing the car your parents rented. Of course they chose an animal car! :-) Such a pretty view that your parents had from the condo. I hope they get to go on another fun vacation again soon!
~Prints the Cat

Kitties Blue said...

Happy Anniversary to your humans. What gorgeous photos. Mom and Dad have never been to Hawaii. It looks gorgeous. Our mom wants a Mustang, but if your mom and dad are too old, she is REALLY too old for one. XOCK, angel Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo, Cooper Murphy and Sawyer

Natashalh said...

I am not a fan of Mustangs or convertibles! My mom loves her convertible, but the roof really eats your trunk and those leather seats get scorching!