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


Thursday, September 23, 2021

To Bedford and back

 This morning it was 52 degrees.
When I started walking it was cloudy with just a small chance of rain.
 Had a very random walk all around town.

Rebecca and Joy were out walking too.

Went down to see the bulls.
Haven't posted a picture of them lately so here's one today.
Still the same two.  (#60 and 61)

The field behind the cemetery on the hill is where they
they started on harvesting the corn.

After walking a mile a light mist started and it was on again
off again for a while.
At one point the sun popped out and I thought it would clear up.

But it only lasted a minute before the misty rain started again.
After about 4 1/2 miles into my walk it started getting windy
and then it just rained.
Headed back to the Jeep to go home but when I
got to the Jeep I just kept walking
and finished up my 6 miles. 👟

I've finished the garden shed series but when I walked past
this yard the other day I thought,
they could sure use a nice big shed.

🍁    🍁    🍁

We left after breakfast pulling the church trailer and drove to 
Bedford, Pa. 
Nice and sunny there and 10 degrees warmer.
Unloaded the trailer and got the new pallet loaded in the trailer.  
I didn't have to lift those heavy boxes this time.
There were a couple of men there to help Ken. 😀
Thanks Matt and Dan.

Stopped at Wendy's on the way back for lunch.
Delivered the trailer back to church and then home again.
It was a pleasant trip there and back.
Now we are all set for the next Fingerprint day.

That pretty much took care of the day.
We had pizza for supper - we made two last time and ate the
one we froze this evening.
Very handy!!

Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by.
Hope your day was a happy one. 🙂
👩🏻‍🦳 happyone ❤️

Let your intentions be good - 
embodied in good thoughts, cheerful words, and unselfish deeds - 
and the world will be to you a bright and happy place 
in which to work and play and serve.

- Grenville Kleiser -


Lowcarb team member said...

I do like the colours in your third photograph, so lovely.

All the best Jan

Tom said...

...I'm glad that you had a nice trip. We had 2 1/2" of rain today, so I stayed indoor and canned tomatoes and grapes.

Hootin Anni said...

We always have one pizza & freeze a 2nd one as individual pieces. Snacking or quickie dinner.

Love the photo of the red bar with the bulls.

William Kendall said...

The bulls do take note of you.

Debi said...

I've enjoyed your garden shed photos! Can't wait to see what's next!

Rose said...

Your day sounds like such a pleasant day. I think that house could use a small barn!

Ruth Hiebert said...

The Fingerprint ministry sounds like such a great way to help get thee Gospel out.

Deb J. in Utah said...

Yes, that house could use a nice big shed for all their yard equipment. It's good that you kept walking even in the rain. I am a wimp and would probably have headed for home. Glad you are all set your next Fingerprint ministry!
See you again tomorrow!

Victor S E Moubarak said...

It is either a small white horse or a big rabbit.

God bless.

eileeninmd said...

Love the photo of the bulls. I am glad you had a nice trip.
Have a happy weekend!

Bill said...

It's nice seeing the bulls again.

susan q said...

great indoor projects! some parts of south central pA had almost 3 inches of rain, not as much as Ida at the beginning of the month.

susan q said...

if one was a lottery numbers player, which i am not, 61 and 60 would be ones to play!

Michelle said...

The bulls look content. Glad to hear you had a good and safe trip.

R's Rue said...

Your photos always stun the senses. Thank you for sharing. I love it.

Meta/roses. said...

I enjoyed seeing all those sheds in your Shed Series.
Yes, that house could use a nice, big shed. They are probably saving up for one.

Granny Marigold said...

Those people seem to have a lot of machinery. A nice big shed would certainly come in handy.