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


Saturday, May 27, 2023


The temperature was 44 degrees with full sun this morning when I walked.
A little bit of a breeze once in a while.
Sunrise 5:53
Morning Walk Steps 13,571

Had another DVD to drop down the slot at the library.
Then walked up and down all the streets in town.

A peek at the pond from main street.

 Next I walked around both of the cemeteries.

Over at the big barn the little horse was still there.
Looks like it is a baby little horse and that must be its mother.
The other little horse could possibly be the father.
Hard to see the other horse.  He is on the left behind the fence.

The cow with its head in the hay trying to get to the bottom of it
made me laugh.

Another big rhododendron bush.

Another project that Kermit is working on is a green house.
Here he has added dirt to make the floor even.

Continued walking over to the ball park and around that loop
and then headed back to the Jeep.

A couple of kids were fishing at the pond and I saw Rebecca
walking Leo two different times.
As I was getting back to the Jeep I saw three people running
up the hill to the cemetery.

☀️    🥾    🙂

Baked another batch of Chocolate Chippers and added them to
the ones in the freezer so now have 100 and enough for the
Sunday school kids snack.

Just before lunch we went to the library to pick up a couple of
books that I had on hold.
Another Anne Perry book.
The other book is a biography of Anne Perry.
I know she was convicted of helping murder her friends mother.
But don't know anything else about her.
She is one of my favorite authors so should be an interesting book.

Got a load of laundry washed and hung out on the line.
Sure having some perfect weather for doing laundry.

We didn't have our usual Friday pizza so we made some for supper today.

Thanks for stopping by.
Happy Saturday

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Tom said...

...that rhododendron looks happy!

Bill said...

The rhododendron bush is pretty and huge.

William Kendall said...

Quite a bush!

Mari said...

I Like the view of the pond from the street. That is one big rhododendron!
That Ann Perry biography sounds interesting.

Ginny Hartzler said...

That Rhododendron bush looks bigger than the house!

Deb J. in Utah said...

I love the Rhododendron bush. The bright pink flowers are beautiful. I would love to know how you like the Ann Perry biography. Yes, she is an interesting person. I am wondering if there were more people than usual at your town cemeteries due to the Memorial Day holiday. Have a good Sunday. See you again soon!

Ann said...

WOW, what a huge rhododendron. Reminds me of the ones that my dad used to have around his house.

Victor S E Moubarak said...

I like those horses.

God bless.

eileeninmd said...

The horses are cute and I love the cow. The rhododendron is huge, we have some that are taller than our house too. It was another great day for a walk.
Take care, have a great day and happy week ahead.

William Kendall said...

That colt stands out.

ellen b. said...

Cute horses and that cow cracks me up, too. A beautiful sunny walk!

Happy@Home said...

That little horse is so cute. The rhododendron, on the other hand, is huge!
I might add that you have also baked a huge amount of chocolate chippers. Lucky kids!

Michelle said...

Those horses are so cute :)

HWIT BLOGG said...

A beautiful walk in the morning!
Love, Titti

Lowcarb team member said...

What a fabulous rhododendron bush that is.

All the best Jan