BOTH THE SHELL AND SOLO GAS BARS IN GODERICH HAND OUT DOGGY TREATS AND PHEEBS KNOWS IT……HERE WE ARE THIS MORNING AT THE EAST END SHELL
Feeling cold and damp this morning with fog in the tree tops there was nothing too inspiring to even get me out of my PJ’s but out of them I finally did get. Later dressed in my usual semi winter attire we cranked up the Jeep and fired up the heater.
DIDN’T SEEM TO FOGGY IN THE PARK BUT SOON AS WE GOT OUT FROM UNDER ALL THE TREES IT WAS A BIT OF A PEA SOUPER AS WE GOT CLOSER TO THE LAKE
At least it wasn’t pouring rain in Bayfield but we did run into a rainy drizzle in Goderich. Despite that we took ourselves for a walk along the Lake Huron shoreline at the doggy walking area.
WORKMEN BUSY AT THE CHILDREN’S PLAY AREA NEXT TO THE LAKE
THAT TRACTOR TOWS THAT LIME GREEN BEACH CLEANER BEHIND IT WHICH I ASSUME SCOOPS UP THE SAND AND RETAINS ANY ROCKS, PIECES OF GLASS OR CHUNKS OF DRIFTWOOD AND LEAVES THE BEACH SAND FLAT AND SMOOTH
THE GODERICH ELEVATORS ON A FOGGY FRIDAY MORNING
THE ALGOMA TRANSPORT WAS THE ONLY ACTIVE LARGE LAKE FREIGHTER IN PORT
CAN YOU FIND THE LONE CREW MEMBER IN THIS PHOTO??
Popped into Walmart for a few things and snagged 3 more reasonably priced perennials. A yellow Dahlia, an orange Hibiscus and a pink and rose colored Dipladnia. With the ground soft and wet after an all day rain Thursday it was a good day for planting things so that’s what I did. Other than that there wasn’t much of anything else going on. For lunch we heated up a chicken pot pie and for supper I popped 6 breaded chicken pieces in the oven and toasted them up. Had meant to pick up some cream corn this morning to go with them but I forgot to write cream corn in my book so of course I forgot cream corn. Cream corn is my fav. I like it on pumpkin pie:))
I WATCHED THESE CANADA GEESE GUYS WALK ALL THE WAY AROUND THAT WATER PUDDLE ON THEIR WAY TO THE BEACH FOR A SWIM
I actually kicked the furnace on this afternoon to get the dampness out of the house and it's almost June already. Happy to finally see the sun late this afternoon. Looking ahead on our weather site for the next 14 days there is not one day that even reaches 70F.
HEADING HOME WE COULD SEE MIST COMING OFF FARMER’S BARE FIELDS AS WARMER EARTH MET COOLER AIR
It seems like time is really flying since we arrived home from the Southwest back in the early part of March. Possibly less than 6 months before we might be back on the road again. We have talked about leaving later for the southwest this year but not sure. Unlike our first half dozen years RVing we're not quite as keen on being away as long anymore. If we leave later then we can come home a tad later. To early to be thinking about departure dates of course but the thought just happened to pop into my mind while sitting here at the keyboard and sometimes things popping into my mind have a habit of popping onto the screen in front of me.
GROANER’S CORNER:(( The American Medical Association has weighed in on Trump's health care package:
The Allergists were in favor of scratching it, but the Dermatologists advised not to make any rash moves.
The Gastroenterologists had sort of a gut feeling about it, but the Neurologists thought the Administration had a lot of nerve.
Meanwhile, Obstetricians felt certain everyone was laboring under a misconception, while the Ophthalmologists considered the idea shortsighted.
Pathologists yelled, 'Over my dead body!' while the Pediatricians said, 'Oh, grow up!'
The Psychiatrists thought the whole idea was madness, while the Radiologists could see right through it.
Surgeons decided to wash their hands of the whole thing and the Internists claimed it would indeed be a bitter pill to swallow.
The Plastic Surgeons opined that this proposal would 'put a whole new face on the matter.'
The Podiatrists thought it was a step forward, but the Urologists were pi**ed off at the whole idea.
Anesthesiologists thought the whole idea was a gas, and those lofty Cardiologists didn't have the heart to say 'No.'
In the end, the Proctologists won out, leaving the entire decision up to the ***holes in Washington.
The weather not too great there but we did not too bad here, a bit of drizzle, and afternoon sunshine for a while did get up to 67f and that e can deal with. Hope you get some sunshine there soon and warmer weather. Can't imagine creamed corn on pumpkin pie, probably cause I don't like creamed corn at all. But that's just me.ReplyDelete
Cream corn on pumpkin pie? I think I'll leave that one for you. But if this is climate change I'm not impressed!ReplyDelete
Love Pheebs coming out the window for her treat. Great memory:)ReplyDelete
Tessa is always very happy when the rangers at the national park entrances have a treat for her :-) Love the foggy photos, there's always such a magical feel to those wispy days.ReplyDelete
Liked all of the pictures today, but that last one was the creamed corn on the cake.ReplyDelete
It's hard to capture good fog photos and you did a fabulous job of it. Great eerie shots of the fields and the trails. ThanksReplyDelete
Looks like the fog we have on the Oregon coast this morning, Al. Such good memories of doggie treats at a gas station/drive thru. Jenny used to love that. ❤️ReplyDelete
Foggy weathers can be dangerous too.So using weather shop for life hacks is really beneficial and important. In this 21st century measuring weather can save life too.ReplyDelete
Love Pheebs coming out the window for her treat. Great memory:) . .ReplyDelete