60 degrees this morning when I started my walk at 6:30.
It was sunny with a slight breeze.
My cow neighbors were out early this morning.
Don't usually see them till I'm getting back home.
A nice pleasant walk to town.
Walked around both cemeteries and down by the barn with the bulls.
One of them was back today. The reddish/brown one, 800.
Walked a loop around town and back home again.
Saw a killdeer running up the road. They always make me smile.
They look like tiny road runners.
Why don't they just fly!
Rebecca was out walking. Haven't seen her for a while.
When I walked up my driveway there was Ken sitting on the porch
waiting for me.
We ate breakfast (cereal) out there too.
Just finished breakfast and Craig came from the stone place
where we get gravel to give us an estimate on getting the lower driveway paved.
He took measurements and we will get a written
estimate in the mail.
We worked out back a while.
Ken getting ready things ready for another load of gravel
and me continuing on clearing brush and sticker bushes.
After lunch we went again with the dump trailer to get yet more gravel.
We should own stock in this place! 🙂
I turned around and took this picture out the back window
of the truck when the guy was filling it up.
Here is that load.
Dumped it out and went back for another load.
After raking out both loads this is what it looks like now.
One more load should be enough, but we ran out of time today.
Probably get the last load Friday.
Didn't have to worry about supper this evening.
Before church started this evening
we had supper there.
There was a potato bar set up by the teens who
are trying to raise some money.
I had a sweet potato with butter and brown sugar.
Tomorrow is a Fingerprint
work day at church so I probably
won't have time to blog,
but I'll be back on Friday.
Hope your day was a happy one.
Life is Good
IvyGreen - Sorry forget to answer your question yesterday. No, we don't want to rent the house. Just want to be done with it. It's a bit too far for a vacation rental. The lake is 10 miles away and people like to be on the lake.