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Saturday, May 6, 2017

Farmers Market in miniture

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Another morning for wearing my rain clothes.  
Not a heavy rain like yesterday but a steady, misty drizzle.  
42 degrees with a wind so it was a bit chilly.

Walked first over to public works and dropped the water bill
down the slot.
Then continued around town, up Barn Sale Road a ways where
I took the above picture and this one too.
Walked down toward Happy Trails and then back to town.  
Around both cemeteries and a loop around the ball park too.

Didn't see anyone else out again and since it was Saturday no buses
or the work people either.  Very quiet around town.

I saw a few rabbits chasing each other and two deer ran across one of
the fields.  It's been a while since I've seen deer on my walk.

Walked 6.2 miles
Found a penny but can't count this one.
Couldn't pick it up because it was embedded in the road. 
I tried to dig it out with a stone but it didn't want to come out.
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Ken left the same time I left on my walk to go to a train show
in Cumberland.  He rented a table to sell some train stuff that he longer wants.
Haven't posted a picture of his trains lately so went down and took 
this picture today of the Farmers Market on his layout.
For those of you who are new to reading my blog, down at the bottom of the posts
there is a link to Ken's Trains.
Never saw the sun around here today.
It was rainy and drizzly all day.
Nice to see the red winged blackbird stop by for lunch.
Just puttered around the house.
Read quite a bit too.
I'm really liking A Man Called Oav.

Ken came home this afternoon from the train show with less than he left with.

We went out to eat for supper at Mountain State for some brick oven pizza.

A happy day to you.
happyone 🍭

When you open your heart to giving, angels fly to your door.
~ Unknown
Comment Replies:
Dianna - No snow thank goodness and sure hope we don't get any tomorrow.

12 comments:

  1. Glad Ken was able to sell some of the things he no longer needed.
    I like the photograph of the Farmers Market In Miniature.

    Glad you are enjoying your new book.

    All the best Jan

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  2. Sounds like a good day for both of you!

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  3. Ken's trains are simply amazing!

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  4. The rainy/foggy scene is so lovely.It may not be the best walking weather, but it makes great pictures. I enjoy seeing Ken's trans,brings back so many memories.

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  5. been awhile since I"ve had brick oven pizza

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  6. My daughter read the book you are reading and loved it! Hope you enjoy it too. I love Ken's train layouts. They fascinate me! Hope you have a great Sunday tomorrow. I know you will.

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  7. Sounds like you both had a great day, which is nice! I'll go and check out Ken's trains - the photo of the miniature is lovely!

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  8. ...yesterday here looked like your first image. The details of Ken's train display are amazing!

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  9. Looks like a lot of us are seeing rain lately Karen. Ken's farmers market is wonderful! Such detail. Glad you are enjoying "A man called Ove" I really liked it too.
    Take care.
    Robin

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  10. I'm glad that Ken was able to sell some of his train things that he no longer wants. And I'm glad that we didn't have any snow either. Tonight and tomorrow night is when we are to have the freezing temperatures so I guess we could see some flurries tomorrow...but I'm like you...I hope not.

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  11. I thought for a second that you were going to say Ken came home with MORE than he left with...LOL Good that he got rid of some.

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