HAD US A REAL FINE MORNING FOR A RIDE IN THE COUNTRY
ME & MY VERY MUCH MOST BEST PAL:))
Feeling a need for change I decided to catch a break from our back yard project & just take myself for a quiet country road drive this morning. Besides, I could tell Pheebs was needing a Jeep ride. We spent a couple quiet relaxing hours meandering the back roads just leisurely soaking up the early Autumn scenery. Couple stops to stretch our legs, a few photos, & we were home shortly after noon. Transplanted a few more Hostas & made a short border thingy out of some old patio blocks. Short bike run in the afternoon & that was it.
WELL, LOOKS LIKE THAT PESKY NEIGHBOR WON’T BE BOTHERING US AGAIN
“DID I DO GOOD MOM, HUH HUH, DID I”
The following photos may be of interest to local readers. This is the low overhead railway bridge just west of Clinton on the road to Bayfield. Looks to me like they are coming down the home stretch on this project. Road is being graded & the concrete road base is in place under the bridge. No digging machines on site & I wouldn’t be surprised to see some paving equipment rolling in here before long.
THE CONCRETE BASE IS IN & THE ROAD IS BEING GRADED & LEVELLED
With all the yard work this past week I have sore muscles where I didn’t even think I had muscles. But, how great it is to feel tired & sore at the end of the day. Well, maybe not so much the sore part but at least it tells me I have been working away at something I enjoy. If I was sore from doing something I didn’t enjoy, I would be complaining all over the place. Nice not having to listen to myself complain:))
Some folks sure do have a lot of patience for fixing things.
Two fellow RVing Bloggers actually repaired their own cameras this week. RETIRED ROD installed a new 'display' screen on his Panasonic ZS7 & TOM just replaced the LCD screen on his Nikon Coolpix. I don't know how these guys do it but it has to take an awful lot of slow meticulous patience I figure. I repaired a torn piece of paper once. Put a piece of Scotch tape on it. Got it crooked:((
GROANER'S CORNER:(( Only in North America do we use the word "politics" to describe the process so well. "Poli" in Latin meaning "many" and "tics" meaning "bloodsucking creatures".
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