At the risk of being repetitive let’s just say Sunday morning was a shorter version of Saturday morning & how about we just leave it at that for today. Maybe some interesting new thoughts my way will come this week…………………………….
OUR RURAL LANDSCAPE IS RAPIDLY BEING TRANSFORMED
NOW HOW’S THIS FOR A SURE SIGN OF OUR APPROACHING AUTUMN
BEAN FIELDS AS FAR AS THE EYE CAN SEE
GROANER’S CORNER:(( A middle-aged man wasn't feeling well, so he went to the doctor for a check-up. After a thorough examination, the doctor said, "Well, based on my examination, the best thing for you is to cut out all sweets and fatty foods, give up alcohol, and stop smoking." The man said, "Well, to be honest with you, Doc, I don't deserve the best. What's the second best option?"
I could look at Pheebs for hours on end. She is such a beauty!ReplyDelete
But, big changes await…just weeks away. I know how you look forward to breaking south and west. Bobbie and I have one more week of work and a few chores, then we will begin a slow migration…from Lovely Ouray to Moab, Utah, (what a diverse state) and stay a week or two, then a few more miles to"glowing red" Capital Reef where we will meet up with some boon docking RV friends for a couple of weeks, and then on down to Zion in November (more glowing red cliffs) where Ms Autumn will just be dragging out her colors. Then on down to Arizona where it's warmer :))ReplyDelete
Maybe our paths will finally cross your and Ms Kelly's.
Box Canyon Mark from Lovely Ouray, Colorado.
We do have those kind of days too, then soon on the road agains, heading to the south west.ReplyDelete
Oh how I can identify with you. As we waited and waited to leave, I had not one thing to say. It was a stretch when I did write the blog.ReplyDelete
Just pleased that you and Kelly are in good shape. Your photos are great - as usual.
Nothing wrong with just sitting back and enjoying the good life. The photos say it all.ReplyDelete
If I took photos like yours I might never find the need to write :-).ReplyDelete
Al, I read in the financial news yesterday, that Burger King Corp is in negotiations to buy your beloved Tim Hortons. Apparently BK would like to move their Corp headquarters to Canada for the lower business tax, and buying up Hortons gives them an excuse to do so.ReplyDelete
Your blog is never repetitive..lovin' me those photos!ReplyDelete