This is the last snow picture from my walk on Sunday.
Hopefully we won't be getting anymore snow but you can never tell.
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It's been a busy day. Left the house at 7:00 and went to church and
picked up the trailer with the finished Romans books and
then went to Staunton, Va to drop them off.
It's 170 miles from home.
The man we were meeting there was tied up and was about an hour late
meeting us there.
I ended up going for a short walk up the road while waiting.
Saw a couple of Killdeers and was able to get a better picture than
the one I took the other day.
This is the new pallet we picked up and brought back to church
and Thursday we will start to assemble this bunch. There are 20,000
on a pallet and so it will take us a while to get them all done over the
Ken got to drive the fork lift.
It was his first time and he did quite well.
On the way home we stopped at a place called Factory Antiques Mall in VA
and they claim to be 'America's Largest Antique Mall.....and still growing.'
I think they may be right. It is the largest one I've ever seen and
was so big it was overwhelming.
It has 130,000 square feet of antiques all on one floor.
We didn't stay very long but you could spend every day there for a week
and still not see everything.
We left there and got back to church and unloaded the trailer,
picked up a pizza for supper at Little Caesar's and headed home.
After we ate the pizza I went for little walk around town because I was low on
steps today from being in the car so long.
Now I'm off to sit in my chair, eat some ice cream
and watch a Murdoch Mystery.
Probably don't have time to visit with you today
but I'll catch up tomorrow.
A happy day to you.
Rose - That's funny that we did the same puzzle. : ) Yes, I have done one of those mosaic ones, but only one. The wolf one you are about to do does look hard. Good luck with it.
Vee - No, the library here in town does not have puzzles to check out. All these puzzles we have been doing this winter are the ones that Ken got at the auction that he goes to on Friday mornings. There must have been 20 of them and he got them all for just a few dollars. That is why some of them have missing pieces and it's no big deal when I toss them.
Dianna - Thanks for the traveling prayers. We are home safe and sound. : )