A TOUCH OF COLOR BEGINNING TO APPEAR IN THE TOPS OF THOSE HARDWOOD TREES
How nice at 6 a.m. when stepping out with Pheebs not to feel frigid cold air for a change. Stood in the still darkness listening to sounds all around as a chorus of Frogs filled our pre-dawn morning air with song. A few chirpings somewhere nearby in the tall pine trees. Early birds I presume.
THE HULLETT MARSH IS ALWAYS ONE OF OUR FAVORITE STOPPING PLACES
If I looked at my bare left wrist once I looked at it a dozen times since Sunday afternoon and every time I looked, what I was looking for wasn't there. Our mission this morning was to find me a new wrist watch. With that thought in mind we piled ourselves into the Jeep and away we went. A mixture of sun and clouds this morning and I’m guessing me might have made it to well over 70F later in the day.
RAINDROPS IN A POND WITH A SMALL PATCH OF SNOW ON THE FAR BANK
A CLOSER LOOK AT THE TOPS OF THOSE HARDWOOD TREES
RED BRANCHES OF THE ‘DOGWOOD’ ARE ALWAYS NICE TO SEE THIS TIME OF YEAR
After looking at my usual fare of $14.95 watches I was discouraged by the selection. Even the $25 watches didn’t didn’t appeal to me. A lot of digital stuff but that is not what I wanted. A simple face with the numbers 1 to 12 and it had to be clearly visible to my aging eyes. Didn’t need anything fancy with a lot of do-dads on it but it did have to have the ‘lighted dial’ feature whereupon I can see the watch face in darkness. That’s very handy for timing photo exposures at night. I settled on a ‘Timex Expedition’ with leather strap. More than I wanted to pay of course but I’m hoping this one will at least last me for the next 50 years.
After getting ourselves into a big sticky mess again I’ve decided no more Tim Horton’s carrot cake muffins. Not that they don’t taste good but it’s just not the best kind of soft center muffin to be eating while driving and sharing with my best Pal.
FARMERS WILL SOON BE ON THE LAND AGAIN
PERHAPS A BIT TOO WET YET BUT IN ANTICIPATION FARMERS ARE OUT DUSTING OFF AND SHINING UP THEIR FARMING EQUIPMENT
GATHERING STORM CLOUDS
SEEING MORE AND MORE OF THESE SINGLE STANDING SOLAR UNITS ON FARMS
We hit a few of our favorite spots and were back home around 11. Rest of the day was spent again in a state of putter. Nothing too exciting except for the brief thunder storm that rolled over us earlier in the afternoon.
THIS MORNINGS STORM CLOUDS BLEW ON BY LEAVING US WITH ONLY A FEW RAIN DROPS TO RIPPLE THE POND’S SURFACE
GROANER’S CORNER:(( Some great things about getting older...
Finally you can eat dinner at 4:00
Your investment in health insurance is finally beginning to pay off.
Kidnappers are not very interested in you.
If you've never smoked you can start now and it won't have time to hurt you.
People no longer view you as a hypochondriac.
Your secrets are safe with your friends because they can't remember them either.
Your supply of brain cells is finally down to a manageable size.
Your eyes won't get much worse.
Adult diapers are actually kind of convenient.
Things you buy now won't wear out.
No one expects you to run into a burning building.
You don't need the shingles with the 30 year guarantee.
There is no need to spend money for a psychic to see your future.
There's nothing left to learn the hard way.
Your joints are more accurate than the National Weather Service.
Protecting your eyes during a solar eclipse isn't as important as it used to be.
Buying cheap tires and not rotating them makes economic sense.
You don't have to learn the name of the new UPS man.
No one thinks you're cheap because you don't buy a half a cow to freeze.
You may never have to vacuum under the bed again.
Taking the shortest magazine subscription is economically defensible.
You don't have to bother planting perennials.
In a hostage situation you are likely to be released first
Only in America... do we use the word politics to describe the process so well. Poli in Latin meaning many and tics meaning blood sucking creatures...
What do you call lice on a bald man's head?Homeless.