At 9:30 when Ken left for HT I went for my walk. I walked the farm loop. Just wanted to see what was happening a little later in the day. I thought that there would be more activity but I was wrong. I saw less cars than usual and none of the cows or horses were down by the fences. School was already started so there were no school buses driving around either.
I did see two farmers loading hay from a truck into the top of a barn and they said hi.
Off in the distance I thought I spotted a clothes line and when I zoomed in sure enough there it was. : )
Forgot to check my Striiv when I left so don't have the exact miles or steps. I cut the walk a little short so it was probably only 5 miles.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~When I got back home, I didn't go inside right away but sat out on my swing under the tree for a while.
After lunch I read and finished the book I was reading. That's about all I did today.
Read in the local paper that the Travel Chanel has named Deep Creek Lake as one of the 10 America's best fall foliage road trips. : ) The lake is only 6 miles down the road from our house. I should be able to get some really pretty pictures. Lots of the trees have color already but still have a lot more color to come yet.
Well, that's it for today.
Hope everyone is enjoying their day.
happyone : )
Take note of who said this quote!!!
Instead of comparing our lot with that of
those who are more fortunate than we are,
we should compare it with the lot of
the great majority of our fellow men.
It then appears that we are among the privileged.