I walked around the lake and there were the usual amount of people. The stream along the path that I walk on that leads to the lake was pretty high and muddy from all the rain.
There is a big open area just before I get to the lake which I guess you could call a meadow. There were a quite a few deer in the middle of it. Later on I saw some more deer, a mom and her two babies. I wonder if they are the same ones I've been seeing along the other path. I don't know how far an area they travel in. I saw the heron which was nice to see because I haven't seen it for a while. I saw Barb going the other way and as we passed she said the beaver was out up ahead but he was gone by the time I got there.
There is a lot of Queen Anne's Lace growing in the rocks down by the water.
I walked 6.3 miles.
***************************************Before I went to my Tuesday knitting group I had clothes hanging out to dry on the line and a loaf of bread baking in the bread machine.
We met outside to knit and it was actually quite pleasant. We sat in the shade around tables that had umbrellas and there was a nice breeze every once in a while. I wasn't hot at all. There were 14 of us there. I made weave-it squares and finished six more and started on the seventh. Someone else showed up with a weave-it loom and now there are five of us with them.
Hit a bit of traffic on the way home because of a concert at Merriweather Post. People and cars all over the place. If I had known I would have went home a different way. Wasn't too bad though.
When I got home and walked in the door it smelled heavenly with bread baking. It was just finished baking so I got to have a warm freshly baked bread for my lunch. I had two pieces with a little butter and had raspberry jam on one and strawberry jam on the other one. Yummy!!
I'm off now get the clothes off the line and then read for a while until it's time to start dinner.
Hope your having one fine day.
A smile from me to you.
Happyone : )
A good time to laugh is any time you can.
~ Linda Ellerbee