Today the temperature was 64 degrees when I walked.
It was cloudy which was nice because it kept it cool.
It was sunny by mid morning.
Morning Walk Steps 13,109
Driving to town I stopped to take a picture of the deer on the
farm next to us.
She was one of 5 who didn't run away.
First walked over to the library and dropped my latest book
down the book drop.
Planned on walking around the industrial park but when I got there
I passed it right up and decided to walk around the Farm Loop instead.
The farm up ahead is Farmer Bill's farm. He was out and since I hadn't
seen him in a while I stopped for a chat.
He is very friendly and likes to talk.
10 minutes later I continued on my walk.
That is the dairy farm up ahead but I don't know the farmer.
I'm wondering though if they still have cows because
I haven't seen any in the pasture and don't hear them in the barn.
I'll have to ask Farmer Marvin about it. I'm sure he'll know.
Just passed the school and now headed back to town.
Once I got back in town I walked around the cemetery on top
of the hill a couple of times and that ended my walk.
Didn't see anyone else out walking.
Driving home saw quite a few rabbits (little ones) along the side of the road
to my house and some more deer and a ground hog.
The Farm Loop walk is very peaceful and quiet.
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Monday is sheet washing day and it was nice and sunny for
drying them on the line.
Ken asked if I'd make some English Muffin Loaves
so did that this morning.
This afternoon we went to Lavender Farm down the road in McHenry.
You can cut your own sprigs of lavender or like we did buy plants.
There is a little shop too that sells soaps, oils, and lavender related items.
We bought two small plants.
When we got home I planted the plants in a couple of pails.
In the middle pail I put purple liatris which I dug up from out front
and put them in front of the bird bath which I moved from the front as well.
next year. After I planted them read that lavender doesn't do well in pots.
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