Spring was in the air this morning.
45 degrees F at 7:00 this morning and I watched the sun rise again.
So nice to hear all the birds chirping and I saw numerous Robins
out all along my walk.
Walked to town and went directly to the post office to drop
a Netflix down the slot. It is 2.6 miles from my door to the PO door.
The ball park is two blocks down the road on the left and I walked
A woodpecker must have been busy this morning.
Continued my walk around town and then headed back home.
Walked 6 miles
🌷 🌺 🌸
My book club meeting at the library was this morning at 11:30.
Enjoyed discussing the book with everyone and also just
spending time with the women talking about this and that.
Next months book is Educated by Tara Westover.
Ken dropped me off and then went to the house to do some painting.
After the book club meeting was over I walked over to the house.
I didn't do any painting though!
Coming up the last hill to our house on the way home
we noticed one of the little cows had jumped over the cattle grate
and was having a grand old time walking on down the road.
Ken got out of the car and chased it back home while I drove the car.
This afternoon was sunny and warm at 65 degrees F.
I walked up the lane to our driveway that goes up to the cabin.
On the way I stopped by the red gate to see the cows.
That one in the back looks kind of rounded don't you think?
Perhaps a new little calf will be arriving soon.
Ken drove the ATV up to the driveway pulling a little cart and we
cleared the driveway of all the tree branches that fell this winter.
We also cleared the upper driveway that goes up to the Wood Shop.
So nice being able to be outside in warm weather doing some work.
A good feeling of accomplishment at the end of the day.
I had put a meatloaf in the slow cooker this morning so just had to
put some potatoes in the oven to roast and open a jar of
pickled beets for supper.
Quick and easy.
A nice relaxing evening at home tonight.
A happy day to you.
Rose - Yes, I sure could use the help of Lorelei! 😊
PomPom - Walking down country roads your right, I don't find as many pennies. Perhaps all the coins were buried under the snow!
Adam - Interesting about the yen made out of aluminum. They must be easy to lose being so light!