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, September 30, 2023

Some Bulls


On the way to town saw the twin fawns once again.
Started walking in town at 6:30 and the sun rose at 7:12.
It was cloudy during my walk but later in the morning it turned sunny.

Walked up and down the streets in town, both cemeteries and the ball park.

Lisa was out walking too.

Went down the farm road to the big barn to see the bulls which are all are down one end.

No modular house yet on the lot by the cemetery but now there is a big hole.

Years ago when we first moved here there was an empty house on the lot.
It was taken down and the lot sat there for some years till it was bought some time last year.
The house had a basement and when the house came down the basement was filled with some of the house debris and covered up.
As the years went by it settled and sunk a bit.
I met Kathy who bought the lot and she mentioned the depression in the yard and that is when I told her about the basement.
So I guess they had it dug up so they could see what was buried.

A pretty quiet Saturday morning around town.
It is great to be outside early in the morning and being part of the start of a new day.

Morning Walk Steps were 12,460

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This morning I went to the library to meet the ladies for some needlework.
The name of the group is A Stitch in Time.
There were 5 of us there today.
I was knitting
Another crocheting
One quilting
Two embroidering 
I was going to bring some Welsh Cookies along but forgot all about making them.
Will try to remember for next week.

This is what I saw sitting out on my front porch this afternoon.

Happy Saturday and thanks for visiting.


Bill said...

It's good to see the bulls are back again.

Ginny Hartzler said...

What a beautiful view you have on your front porch. The first photo of the bulls...they look like they are coming straight at you!

Mari said...

Such a pretty day! It has been here too.
I love that first bull photo.

Lowcarb team member said...

Wonderful views from your front porch.

All the best Jan

Prims By The Water said...

My mom has twin fawns in her back yard. She loves looking at them. Janice

Tom said...

...I like the wrapped hay bales and the red barn, nice image.

HWIT BLOGG said...

What a lovely walk! A pretty morning with some pretty cows :)
Love from Titti

Deb J. in Utah said...

Hi Karen. Fun pictures of all the bulls. Do you know if Kathy is going to dig out the basement and use it with the modular home? We have friends in Wyoming who have a basement above their modular home. Is Kathy going to live in the house she is putting there? Glad you got to meet with your knitting group. A Stitch in Time is a good name for it. Sounds like a good Saturday. See you again tomorrow!

Granny Marigold said...

You have a beautiful view from your front porch!

Ann said...

I'm guessing the bulls are back in the barn in preparation for winter.
That's a pretty view you have from your porch. It's starting to look very fall like.

eileeninmd said...

Love the bulls and photos.
The fall colors are starting to look pretty.
Take care, have a wonderful week!

aspiritofsimplicity said...

What a beautiful view from your porch! This is just about the prettiest time of year!

aspiritofsimplicity said...

Also. I was thinking that October does seem like an appropriate time for digging up and old buried basement....I hope there's nothing to scary down there.

Debbie said...

I love your front porch view! And I wonder what they will find in that basement. I am not a fan of basements or attics. I won't go in either of them.

Happy Sunday!

Rose said...

I so would love to sit on your porch and see that view...better yet, I wish I had similar views here.

ellen b. said...

Nice looking bulls. You got some nice views in while sitting on your porch. It's good to be thankful for the start of a new day!

Jeanette said...

You have a nice view from your porch.

William Kendall said...

They are always curious.