Walking is the perfect way of moving if you want to see into the life of things. It is the one way of freedom. If you go to a place on anything but your own feet you are taken there too fast, and miss a thousand delicate joys that were waiting for you by the wayside. Elizabeth von Arnim


Friday, August 21, 2020

Crushed Rock Pictures

A mix of sun and clouds this morning when I left on my walk.  60 degrees and no breeze.  Had my usual walk to town and went straight down the main road, passed our old house, walked the street behind the house and then turned around and walked the same way back home again.

 Quite a few deer around this morning all along the way to the main road which is 1.3 miles from my house.

Rebecca was out walking in town.
Saw Dwayne too and we stopped for a little chat.

As I walked passed the bakery two truck drivers walked out of the bakery and sat down down at a table in front to eat their donuts.  We all said good morning and then I saw them bow their heads and pray before eating.  Such a nice thing to see. πŸ™‚

Saw a couple of men setting up a yard sale as I walked passed.  It was all tools which were all polished and looked well cared for.  I stopped to talk and was told that the tools are very old, some as old at the 1700's.  Didn't ask prices but I'm sure they weren't cheap.  A yard sale didn't seem like the best place to sell something like that.  After I left thought I should have taken a picture but didn't want to go back.

Walked 5.6 miles

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All the rock that was crushed yesterday was spread out and then we went and crushed  another 12 buckets and spread them out. As promised here's some pictures of the work so far. Ken is going to put a small stone wall on the edge under and up to the lattice.  Where the plastic is will be gravel and will probably go get that tomorrow.

Once again after working we sat on the front porch and this time had ice cream cones while we discussed a future project.

Pizza for supper tonight.

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August Bible Verse Challenge

Day 21 - Bread

Luke 4:3 & 4 KJV

And the devil said unto him,
If thou be the Son of God,
command this stone that it be made BREAD

And Jesus answered him saying, It is written
That man shall not live by BREAD alone,
but by every word of God.

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Thanks so much for stopping by and Thanks to all who take the time to leave a comment.  It is much appreciated. 
A happy day to you.
happyone  ❤️
Comment Replies:
Tom - sorry to hear about those yellow jacket stings!! Not pleasant!! 🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝


Lowcarb team member said...

The crushed rock looks good :)

All the best Jan

Tom said...

...it's reminds me of making lemonade out of your lemons!

Susie said...

Sounds like an interesting day. I would have loved seeing the tools. I liked that the men prayed. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

ellen b. said...

Love the section of scripture you shared!
Wow...that rock really looks nice. That represents a lot of work by the two of you. Nice! That sky looks interesting. Have a great evening!

Deb J. in Utah said...

Things are looking great! I love the little railroad Crossing Sign and fire hydrant. :-)

Granny Marigold said...

You saw a lot of deer again this morning. Isn't deer hunting season coming up? No doubt the deer will hide and hopefully be safe. You'll miss seeing them.

Rose said...

All that work is paying off. Things are looking so good!

Debi said...

The rock you are putting out looks so nice. It must feel good at the end of the day to sit down and see all that you have done. You may have mentioned this but if you did I missed it (or more likely, forgot it!) but the rocks that you are crushing... are they from your property?

Hill Top Post said...

The crushed rock really looks nice. And, to think, there will be no grass to mow there.

Ruta M. said...

The crushed rock looks really good. I like stones in their many forms and would be tempted to put a couple of large stones on the gravel like a Japanese garden. Less weeding and no mowing too sounds good.

Victor S E Moubarak said...

You're not building a railway outdoors, are you? Like the rail-road sign.

God bless.

Hootin Anni said...

All that work...and uniquly beautiful it is! I'm trying to picture the future wall by the lattice work...and pizza. Yum.

Hootin Anni said...

ps...forgot the RR sign...great addition.

eileeninmd said...


Beautiful sunrise! The crushed rock and landscaping looks great. Pizza and ice cream, my favorites YUM! Enjoy your day, have a great weekend.

Vee said...

Hope you wear ear protection crushing those rocks. You've done so much of it. Everything is looking fabulous. Doughnuts are definitely something to thank The Lord for. 😁

Unknown said...

Hello I very much enjoy your blog, some while back a bunch of them accidentally got deleted (not by me) i tried and tried to think of the name, finally i asked the Lord to let me refind you and last week i did ! i like your simple way of telling your daily story and especially the scriptures :) have a Blessed day Pattitatts

Bill said...

Gorgeous sunrise! The crushed rocks look very nice and adds beauty to your landscape.

Ruth Hiebert said...

There is always another project.

Nellie said...

What hard work you’ve done! I think I’ll join you for that ice cream cone and pizza! Yum!