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I walked through town and went toward HT for a bit, then turned around and walked back to town and around the two cemeteries where I saw Kathy walking too.
While walking around the ball park loop I spotted this crawfish on the path. It is about 2 or 3 inches long. It just stayed there while I took the picture. I got just a short distance away from it when a crow swooped down on it, picked at it a bit and then flew away with it. Guess he found a tasty breakfast.
✿ ✿ ✿ ✿We spent the day up at Happy Trails working on the cabin. We got all the floor joists put up and a lot of the bracing.
Here's a couple pictures at the end of the day.
Looking up at the pretty blue sky with a big cloud blowing across.
There was mix up with the dates and Ken isn't going away with the guys for their get-a-way this week. It is now next week.
Remember those sunflowers seeds I planted in the front of the dining room windows and they had started to sprout? Well they are all gone now. All 8 of them were broken off at the bottom. I think a bird ate the bottom which still had a bit of the seed from when they sprouted.
There are a few others still left in other parts of the yard and planted some more seeds by the window again. This time when they sprout I'm going to put chicken wire over them until they grow a bit bigger.
Looking forward to sitting in my chair, having some ice cream and watching some television in just a little while. Outlander came in the mail from Netflix today so we will watch the first episode of that tonight. Finished the book not too long ago and thought I'd see what the series is like.
It's been a good day.
Life is Good.
Hope your day was a happy one.
happyone : )
Do not regret growing older.
It is a privilege denied to many.
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Art - oh yes, we are doing all the work on the cabin ourselves.
Linda - my mom is doing about the same. She still can't put any weight on her left leg which is broken so she is in the nursing home part right now. When she can stand on her leg she will then be able to go back to rehab and work on being able to get back home.