Headed first off to the post office to drop off a Netflix and a card. Then walked up the road to the school and around the farm loop.
Walked up this road which is called Distillery Lane because at one time there was a distillery but it burned down in the 70's. There are a few houses along this narrow gravel road.
A flock of pigeons flew overhead. There must have been 20 of them!!
It is starting to look like fall around here with the leaves just starting to turn. This row of trees runs along my neighbors back yard. The last tree in the picture is in our yard. You can see our blue truck in the driveway.
I walked 6.1 miles - steps 11,608.
Didn't find any coins today but yesterday I found a nickel.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~I was going to go up to Happy Trails with Ken but the weather wasn't so great in the morning so I decided to stay home and get some things done around the house. Last time Ken went there he finished 3 sides of the upper shed with siding so he should finish it today.
After lunch I walked to the library to pick up the next book for the book club next month. It's called The Art of Hearing Heartbeats by Jan-Philipp Sendker. While there I checked out 2 other books and a magazine.
My next door neighbor Harold was out in his front yard cutting down a few pine trees that had died. I stopped to talk with him a while on my way to the library. He is Evajean's husband who you might remember came over one evening a while ago to meet us. I've waved and said hi to Harold before but this was the first time that we actually talked. He is very nice and had a few stories to tell me. : )
I've already put together a zucchini casserole for supper and have just put it in the oven. So when Ken comes home it should be ready.
The sun came out in the afternoon but the temperature has stayed in the 50's. A little cool but a fine fall day.
May your Monday be a happy one.
happpyone : )
Resolve to keep happy,
and your joy and you
shall form an invincible host against difficulties.