Walking around the farm loop I noticed that since I'd been here the other day some of the soy bean crops have been harvested.
No people were out that I saw.
A block away from home the rain started again and by the time I was in the house it was snowing in big white flakes.
I walked 6.1 miles - 12,072 steps.
I found a dime today! : ) The first coin this month!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~There was no snow accumulation but it was kind of neat to see it falling from the sky already. It doesn't show up so good in the picture but I thought I'd get a picture of the first flakes of the season.
I've been looking for a pair of rain pants but haven't been able to find any that I like yet. Stopped in at a sports store but they didn't have them either.
What I did buy were boots for the snow. Not work boots but ones to wear when we go out this winter. They are warm and comfortable. And how about those pink laces! : ) I'm all set for the snow now.
Hope you're enjoying your day as well and that you smiled often.
happyone : )
For beautiful eyes,
look for the good in others;
for beautiful lips,
speak only words of kindness;
and for poise,
walk with the knowledge
that you are never alone.
Nellie - Yes, I do think the weather might be a factor walking here some days more than it was where I used to live. But we shall see. I'll certainly try to get out there every day.
Vee - Yes, it is a bit weird that the weather can be so different where we live than where we used to live even though it is the same state. It has to do with the higher elevation and we are way out in the pan handle, just 14 miles from WV and about the same from PA. Just 60 miles south of Pittsburgh.
RK - Actually Ken ran into a knitting group at the place he goes for coffee and a bagel once in a while but they meet at 7:00 in the morning and it's just not a good time for me. One of the ladies in the knitting group is in my book club.
Ruta - Thanks for geese info.