|Looking out over the wheat|
♡ ♡ ♡ ♡I think the above picture is wheat. Here is a closer look. I'm sure one of you will know for sure. : )
Thanks to those of you for naming the flower/weed as Dames Rocket yesterday. That is for sure what it is. It grows everywhere around here and sure makes the roadsides pretty, though I can see it is very invasive.
Another morning, another walk today. It was 48 degrees again just like yesterday and the sun was out and shining too. The morning starts out cool but by the time I get back home it is near 60.
I started down the road heading toward the farm loop, when Peggy drove by in the car and tooted ( she drives into town to walk). I turned off the main road unto the farm loop when Peggy came up behind me in the car. She wanted to warn me of walking the farm loop because bears could be there and attack me. I told her I believe that the black bears don't attack people and I was not afraid of that happening. I could tell that she was annoyed with me when I didn't agree with her. I also mentioned that I think there is more of a chance of me getting hit by a car or having a hunter shoot me, than a bear attack. Then she turned around and went toward town.
Here is that barn I like to take pictures of up on the right. This time I'm walking in the other direction from last time.
Walking around town I spotted a clothes line. Actually I see clothes hanging out on lines quite often around here.
I walked 6.5 miles.
Found TWO pennies. : )
♡ ♡ ♡ ♡A little bit late on finishing the housework this week, but it finally got done this morning.
Ken got back from his few days out in the woods with the guys right at lunch time. He went with 12 men from church and they had a great time. It was nice having a couple of days home alone, but it sure is nice having him back home. : ) He's outside now washing the ATV. A group of guys go every year and Ken is already looking forward to next year.
We are going to go out somewhere for supper tonight, just have decided where yet.
Hope your day is fine and dandy and that you smiled often.
happyone : )
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There is scarcely any writer who has not celebrated the happiness
of rural privacy and delighted himself and his reader
with the melody of birds, the whisper of groves,
and the murmur of rivulets.
~ Samuel JohnsonThree Thankful Things
- Ken is back home, safe and sound
- That Ken had such a good time
- Going out for supper