The sun trying to shine through some low hanging clouds this morning.
It did after a while and it was mostly a sunny walk.
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HennyPenny - Yes, our new house will be up at Happy Trails. No, those flowers were NOT in my yard but in Farmer Marvin's yard around his gazebo.
61 degrees this morning and a bit of a breeze.
One of those random walks when I go all over the place but I did stay
around town today.
A tree that looked interesting to me. It is by the town pond which you
can kind of see in the picture.
They put straw all around the edges of the pond.
A couple pictures along my walk.
Saw the man walking his big white dog around the ball park loop.
Then I spotted Kathy walking toward me and when we met up I turned
around and we walked together for about a mile and then we went our separate
ways again. You might wonder why we don't walk together but both of
us prefer walking alone but a mile or so together is nice.
Walked 6.2 miles
Found a dime and a penny
Ken went up to Happy Trails in the morning to clear some more rocks out
of the way of the building site. Nice ones that he wants to save and has been
putting them in several piles out of the way.
I stayed home and washed cars. Washed mine first and then took it for a
little spin around the Farm Loop.
When I walk the loop it doesn't seem long at all but when I drove it I
thought it seemed a pretty far way to walk!
Next up was the Equinox. Now that was one dirty car!!
I enjoy washing my car but washing the Equinox is work.
Took a few minutes out of washing cars to take a couple of pictures of
butterflies enjoying my cone flowers.
Didn't finish the Baby Blanket last night like I thought, but
I did finish it this afternoon.
Just a few of us again. I'm surprised more people don't show up!!
Anyway the 4 of us enjoyed it.
As always I had to leave a few minutes early and Ken picked me up
for Wednesday evening church service.
There doesn't seem to be a good time for supper on these days
so I went without.
BUT I'm off now for some ice cream.🍨
Life is Good
A happy day to you.
A soft answer turneth way wrath; but grievous words stir up anger.