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This morning on my walk it was 28 degrees but with no wind it didn't seem
It was my typical walk around town in the dark and then when it got light
I walked around both cemeteries and the ball park loop.
Saw some birds perching on the cattails around the town pond
and a bunny rabbit hopping along.
No people around today.
By the time I got back home the sun was out.
Walked 6 miles
Found a penny
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When I walked in the door something smelled GOOD.
Ken made cinnamon rolls and we had them for breakfast.
We each ate two.
Ken went up to Happy Trails after breakfast
and I got out my slow cooker and made some chili.
Then baked a batch of chocolate chippers.
Did a few other little things around the house and then before
I knew it, it was lunch time and Ken was back home.
After lunch I went back up to HT with him and we continued
cutting down more little trees and brush along the lane up to the driveway.
Then home, got cleaned up, and now I'm about to go and eat some supper,
some of that chili.
some of that chili.
A happy day to you.
"Do not spoil what you have be desiring what you have not."
~ Ann Brashares
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PomPom - We haven't had any problems at all with our pellet stove and we've used it for the last 3 years. We have a Harmon stove which was here when we moved in the house. It is supposed to be the best one so we got the same kind for the basement. I don't really know of any dangers except that you do have a flame and need to be careful.
Vee - A pallet of pellets here cost $230. A pallet is a ton and we got two pallets and it will probably last all winter. Since it is the only heat we use we feel that it is a good price instead of paying the electric for the heat pump!! Especially living here where it is cold and the emergency heat is always kicking in.
Connie - Yes, the fence in yesterday's post that you like is ours. It is the fence that surrounds my little garden. It is made from little trees that we cut down. This is what is left of the garden. I need to get out there and do a little clean up.