Sunday, June 29, 2014

SUNDAY…….SAME AS SATURDAY:((

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BAYFIELD HARBOR

Today was basically a repeat of Saturday with the exception Pheebs & I headed out for a short Jeep drive earlier this morning before the heat built up again.  Pheebs also treed a Raccoon in our back yard when I first let her out around about 5:15 a.m..  Coon later came down & slipped over the fence.
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SAILING ON LAKE HURON

Afraid I've been a bit lax in keeping an eye on our Blog Followers/Friend Connect list but noticed today we have a few new followers on there.  A big Bayfield Bunch welcome to Mike & Dee from GONE RVING as well as Joe & Crickett Cherry from POP & MEEMEE ON THE ROAD. And just in case I missed the folks before them a welcome also to FIFTHWHEEL TOYHAULERRV  Nice to have you folks aboard & thank you all for taking an interest in the Bayfield Bunch. 

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Today marked the one year anniversary of the tragic Yarnell Hill fire which claimed the lives of 19 young firefighters near our South-West home in Congress Arizona last June.  THE PAIN STILL LINGERS  Thanks to Cheryl Ann from DEEP CANYON for mentioning that on her post today.

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GROANER'S CORNER:(( A vacationer e-mailed a seaside hotel to ask its location.

"It's only a stone's throw away from the beach," he was told. 
"But how will I recognize it?" asked the man. 
Back came the reply: "It's the one with all the broken windows."

6 comments:

  1. The final marina photo just takes you breath away.....

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  2. One of the national news channels interviewed a lady from Yarnell the other day. They were talking about a couple of fires in Arizona. Hope they are not in your area.

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  3. Yes it was another wonderful summer day.
    Looks like the harbor in Bayfield.
    Perfect day to be out in the boats.

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  4. We have a Yarnell Street exit off one of our freeways and every time I pass I say a little prayer for the 19. And for rain. It is scary dry in SoCal right now and the threat of a horrible fire season is very real. Love the harbor pics - the last one is especially beautiful.

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