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68 degrees this morning when I walked and it was mostly cloudy with a bit of a breeze. A nice morning for walking.
No special route today. I dropped off a couple of books at the library and a letter at the library and then just walked all over town. Walked about half way to HT before turning around and walking back to town.
The roofers finished shingling another house and have started yet another one. They certainly have a lot of business in town this year.
I didn't see Kathy walking today but I saw her driving to town for her walk and she waved to me.
Saw the usual birds and rabbits.
Walked 6 miles.
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Ken went up to HT to finished putting the insulation in the cabin.
Still no word on the slab wood.
I stayed home.
Did some baking in the morning to use up some more zucchini. I'm going to have to start giving some away.
When the zucchini bread came out of the oven I went outside.
Mowed the lawn.
Put the rest of the plastic down around the heat pump. Then put rocks on to hold it in place. Just some more stone in that area and then that will be done. There are some buckets of stone here already but they are very heavy and Ken made me promise that I wouldn't try to lift them on my own.
Did some more of the never ending weeding and deadheading.
Stayed nice and cool today in the 70's. It was delightful. : )
We haven't made homemade pizza for a while so decided to have that for supper today. So I came inside at 3:30 to make the dough.
Then it was time to sit down and read while I waited for Ken to get back from HT.
Oh yes and the pizza was delicious that Ken made. : )
After supper Ken dumped the stones around the heat pump for me.
I like it a lot better. Next year I'll put some big pots of flowers on the stone.
That was the last of the stone. One day soon I'll be heading back to HT to crush some more.
As I type this I'm still waiting to hear how Chris's surgery went. Will keep you posted.
Hope your day was a happy one.
happyone : )
"'Old times' never come back and I suppose it's just as well.
What comes back is a new morning every day in the year,
and that's better."
~ George E Woodberry