25 degrees this morning when I got to town for my walk.
Got there a little later than usual at 7:00.
Just a slight breeze and once the sun rose there were
no clouds in the way so had a sunny walk.
Walked through town and over to the industrial park
and walked around there.
You can see the sun starting to make its presence known there on the left.
Walked over to the ball park and walked around there a couple of times
and then headed up to the cemetery on top of the hill.
Went down to see the bulls and the horses.
I put my hand out by the bulls and one of them gave me a sniff
and then licked my hand.
Farmer Marvin had put manure down on the fields so it was a bit
smelly walking near them.
A big pile of manure was down by the barn and you can see
the steam coming off it.
One of the bus drivers who waves to me was parked and sweeping
out her bus and I stopped to talk.
She told me that 6 of her husbands friends have died of Covid
and they all had the vaccine.
Didn't see anyone else out walking on this beautiful morning
but did see 3 deer and 2 rabbits and lots of geese.
Walked 6 miles
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Snowman are very popular around town
Here's another one.
I've been taking pictures of all the ones I see
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Started the day off after breakfast getting some house work done.
Wasn't planning on doing another jigsaw puzzle before Christmas
but we got another one started today.
It's a 1000 piece barn scene.
We went out walking around Happy Trails this afternoon.
Lots of limbs and a couple of small dead trees came down in all the wind.
So we added them to the natural fence.
Supper this evening was Potato Cheese Soup.
I used the same recipe as the Broccoli Cheese Soup but used potatoes
instead of the broccoli.
Still had some of the Whole Wheat Bread that I made in the freezer
so we had that with it.
This evening I'll be finishing up the baby blanket for December.
Thanks for stopping by.
A happy Monday to you. 🙂
👩🏻🦳 happyone ❤️
One thing we never seem to outgrow is our love of the Christmas season
and all the memories it brings --
the excitement of wide-eyed children, crackling fires, and twinkling lights;
the special time spent with our families
baking cookies, choosing the tree, wrapping presents,
and celebrating the greatest gift of all --
the Savior's birth.
- H. Jackson Brown -
Thanks for stopping by Diane in northern Wisconsin. Went to check out your blog but saw that it was private.