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45 degrees this morning when I left on my walk. Up to 55 when I got home
and it was 70 later in the day!!
My usual walk around town up and down all the streets.
Headed down the road toward Happy Trails a ways before turning around
and getting back to town.
Walked around the cemeteries and down by the Drane house to see the horses.
I've given this one the name of Star.
I bet there are LOTS of horses with that name!!
Kathy was out walking again and we had a little chat.
A couple of rabbits hopping about the cemetery.
Walked 6.2 miles
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Remember that cheese cake from yesterday?
We each had a piece for breakfast today.
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Right after breakfast we went up to Happy Trails to do some more
work on the cabin.
We got the front finished with the 'live edge' siding.
The upper part will be getting something different.
The entrance way and this part of the cabin will get the 'live edge'
on it too and we have started it but haven't gotten very far
before it was time to come home.
This is a trail that we made and it starts right at the back of the cabin.
It was a beautiful fall day (more like spring again) and great
weather for working.
Still lots of work to do but given time it will all get done.
Life is Good.
A happy day to you.
Bethany - your were right, the pass it on from yesterday
is part of a hymn written by Henry Burton in 1885
Here are the other two verses to it.
Did you hear the loving word?
Like the singing of a bird? Pass it on.
Let it's music live and grow,
Let it cheer another's woe;
You have reaped what others sow. Pass it on.
Have you found the heavenly light? Pass it on.
Souls are groping in the night, daylight gone;
Hold thy lighted lamp on high,
Be a star in some one's sky:
He may live who else would die. Pass it on.
Debbie H - You asked if I ever get scared walking alone. A lot of people ask me that.
No, I don't. It doesn't even occur to me to be afraid.