I walked over by the lake again and walked on what I now call my 'while they work on the path' route. : )
Just as I was getting to the lake off in the distance by the dam I saw Barb. I could tell it was her by the way she walked. She must have thought the same of me because we both waved. We never did catch up because we walked in different directions. Only saw five others around the lake. One was a bike rider who gave no warning and startled me as he flew past.
Yesterday the boat ramp chain was taken down for the season and now small boats are allowed back on the lake. I saw the first boat out on the lake this morning.
I had just walked up the path here on the left and was on my down the other side. It doesn't look like much of a hill in the picture but believe me it is.
Todays walk was 6.6 miles.
********************Today I did some more work and got the living room finished. It took me longer than usual because I changed some things around. Not the major furniture but all the little things. I think moving things around gives housework a bit of fun. : )
I started on the kitchen but haven't quite finished. I still have to dust the hutch with all the Fiestaware on it.
Ken is planning on leaving work an hour earlier than his usual time. His normal time to leave should be 3:30 but he hardly ever leaves before 4:30 and usually later. Any way he is planning on leaving at 2:30 and we are going to go to an auction preview for an auction being held tomorrow morning at the fairgrounds. This is a different kind of auction than we usually go to. This one is of building supplies. Ken thinks we may be able to get some things for the shed and cabin that we will be building very soon now that the warmer weather will be coming. If we see anything we can use today, tomorrow you can be sure we will be at the auction.
We plan on staying out till supper time this evening so we can go out for pizza. : )
It's after 1:00 now and I still haven't had lunch so I'm going to eat now. Then it won't be long before Ken is home and off we go.
A happy Friday to you.
It was one of those March days
when the sun shines hot and
the wind blows cold:
when it is summer in the light,
and winter in the shade.
~ Charles Dickens