STOOKS OF WHEAT ON AN AMISH FARM
Didn't take long for Pheebs & I to head out the door & get ourselves on the road this morning. After 4 cloudy rain soaked days behind us another one ahead of us on Saturday we knew today was our only chance to get out & get us some good old back road country road dust on ourselves.
SOME FOLKS OUT FOR A PADDLE ON HURON COUNTIES LAKE WAWANOSH TODAY
PHOTOGRAPHERS OFTEN KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR THE CLASSIC ‘S’ CURVE IN A PHOTOGRAPH & OFTEN IT IS A ROAD WANDERING IN ONE SIDE OF A PHOTO & OUT ANOTHER SIDE…..THERE IS AN ‘S’ CURVE IN THIS PHOTO BUT IT’S NOT THE ROAD…..CAN YOU FIND IT:))
Our usual swing through Tim Hortons this time in Goderich, a drive down around the harbor area with a walk at the end of the beach road for Pheebs. Again surprised at how fast those shoreline Inukshuks are growing & there seems to be some talk of those stone structures being a liability & may have to be taken down. Someone questioned about them being called Inukshuks in the first place. Maybe they are just ‘Inuks’ or just plain ‘Shuks’.
A LADY STANDS AMONG THE INUKSHUKS
SOME OF THEM ARE EVEN WEARING HATS
HANDSOME LITTLE DEVILS I’D SAY
Wandered through Amish/Mennonite territory enjoying all there is to always see up there in that neck of the woods. A stop near Dungannon for Pheebs to see her Alpaca Pals but there seems to be only a few left. The property is for sale & I think all the animals are probably being sold off. After a stop at Lake Wawanosh for a leg stretch we pointed Libby's nose south arriving back home about four & a half hours after we had left. Just an overall relaxing morning spent doing things I like to do in an area I like to do them in.
AN AMISH SAWMILL
A FEW MORE BARN PHOTOS TODAY AS WELL
Not a whole lot more to write about tonight so rather than sit here staring blankly out the sunroom window trying to think of something I'll cut this post loose & let it go........................:))
GROANER'S CORNER:(( After a long day out, my Mother and I stopped at our local grocery store on the way home. I ran in to pick up just a few things, leaving her in the car.
As I approached the checkout, I was surprised to find her standing there, waiting for me.
"Mom," I said, "what are you doing here? I left the motor running."
"I know, dear," Mom replied, "and it's all right. I locked the doors."