Cooper the Cattledog here with a satellite map of my ranch, and then the way eye see it.
Here is my ranch in McCall, Idaho. This is a satellite picture of it taken a few years ago.
And here is the walk I took the other day with
Mom my photographer showing a map of the ranch through MY eyes.
We started at house.
And went past the barn.
This is where I played raptor in the tall grass.
I looked at the mountains through the trees.
I heard something in the bushes.
I’m camouflaged so whatever I heard can’t see me.
The cows live over in the field, and a fox crosses the fence here.
Something peed here.
I smelled mice, I’ll have to tell Buffy Cat.
This is a big bone that has been here for a long time. It must not be very tasty.
I heard something else. Maybe it’s the one who peed.
Something pooped here but Mom never lets me roll in it.
We visited the great smelly deer head. (This is how Mom thinks I see color. Too bad she can’t smell what I smell.)
Mom lets me smell the deer head, but she won’t let me roll in that either.
Oooo, a great smelly deer leg too! Mom didn’t let me bring it home.
Almost home. That’s the back of it from the bottom of the hill.
Mom let me bring THIS home!
THAT is my eye view of our ranch. And guess what? This is the assignment for Writing 101 today, too.
Today, let a map be your muse. Select an area anywhere in the world on Google Maps (or your preferred online map tool), or a section on a paper map, and use this as inspiration for your post.
Thank you for reading my story.
~Cooper the traveling Cattledog~
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