SELFIE REFLECTION IN THE JEEP’S SIDE WINDOW
Kelly brought so many vitamins home from the health store today I almost needed the wheelbarrow to bring them all in. So here’s what we got, RX Omega-3 900mg Fish Oil, Ascorbate C 500mg, Magsnesium 200mg, Vitamin D3 1000 IU, Complexe B, and B12 Methylcobalamine 5000 mcg. And Kelly did stress these are all from a knowledgeable health store and not Walmart. Figured all them pills weren’t doin no good just sitting in the bottles so I tested a few of them and took off like a rocket:))
A LOT OF EMPTY SAILBOAT SLIPS
ALL THOSE NARROW WALKWAY DOCKS HAVE TO COME OUT OF THE WATER FOR WINTER AS WELL
FOR OBVIOUS REASONS THERE WERE NO FISHERMEN ON BAYFIELD’S PIER THIS MORNING
Woke up feeling better about things this morning and it wasn’t long before I had my Mojo working again. Under clear blue skies Pheebs and I rolled through Bayfield and headed south out into the countryside. Even stopped to wash the Jeep at Bayfield’s car wash. We cruised around for a couple hours stopping here and there for a few leg stretches and photos. Just another great Autumn day to be outside. Think we got up to just over 60F which is mighty fine with me. Much healthier and invigorating air than that miserably inhibiting hot summer stuff!!
AND THAT BE LAKE HURON WAY OUT THERE
I WAS HARD PRESSED TO FIND ANY FLOWERS LEFT AT THIS LITTLE MEMORIAL PARK EAST OF ZURICH
Cool winds up from the south today were much nicer than Monday’s icy north winds. If we held it down to 20 mph Pheebs and I could cruise along with the front windows down and the heater on half blast. Groovy.
OUR TRAVELS ONCE AGAIN TOOK US THROUGH THE HAY SWAMP
VERY STAGNANT WATER
We were home shortly after 11 and I immediately busied myself with my ‘to do’ lists. More windows washed as well and two more Frogs moved to the bigger Park pond. Home from Goderich around 1 Kelly checked the phone in case any important calls had tried to come in. None had. ‘HOWEVER’……..at 4:18 this afternoon our phone rang!!
WHERE ARE THE AUTUMN COLORS????
LEG STRETCH STOP ALONGSIDE A BEANFIELD ON THE LEFT
DOWN LOW IN A BEAN FIELD
AND THERE’S A PHEEBS OUT THERE IN THAT BEAN FIELD TOO
AND BY GOLLY THERE’S A REAL LIVE FARMER OUT CHECKING HIS BEANS
THIS FARMER HAS ALREADY STARTED TAKING A FEW ROWS OF CORN OFF
NOPE WE JUST DON’T HAVE THE ABUNDANCE OF BEAUTIFUL AUTUMN COLORS THIS YEAR:((
The call we had been anxiously waiting for was now at hand and it was Kelly’s London Doctor. Right off there seemed to be some confusion. Doctor said he hadn’t submitted the scan to the board yet and told Kelly he’s looked over the scan and told her not to worry but to call him at the end of next week. We had been led to believe the scan had been reviewed by the tumor board last Tuesday. So all this time we have been worrying and waiting for the results from this board when in fact her scan had not even been submitted yet. When Kelly got off the phone she said, “well that’s enough of that and I think we should just plan on heading South like we normally do”. We talked it over a bit and decided that is exactly what we will do. We’re not going to sit around in a big apprehensive fog of indecision for another week. We’ll go ahead and start our travel preparations and if at the end of next week when she talks to her Doctor again there is a change then we’ll just deal with it at that time. We always leave on a Saturday so I’d like to see us on the road November 11th depending on weather of course. Like March, November’s weather here can turn on a dime and I do not want to be dealing with ice and snow on salt infested roads and interstates!!
THIS FARM YARD LOOKS MORE LIKE A GOLF COURSE
ALL LINED UP AND READY TO GO TO WORK
A BOAT AND A BARN
THIS OLD TIMER HAS SEEN BETTER DAYS
It’s been a very emotionally worrisome few weeks for us and especially Kelly. I don’t think we’re out of the woods on this yet but with her Doctor telling her not to worry about it Kelly said that is just what she is going to do, ‘not worry about it’.
GROANER’S CORNER:(( A man suffered a heart attack and had by-pass surgery. He awakened to find himself in the care of nuns at a Catholic hospital. As he was recovering, a nun asked him how he was going to pay the bill. He replied in a raspy voice, "No health insurance." The nun asked if he has money in the bank. He replied "No money in the bank." The nun asked " Do you have a relative who could help you?" He said "Just a spinster sister who is a nun." The nun, slightly perturbed, said "Nuns are not spinsters! Nuns are married to God." The patient replied, "Then send the bill to my brother-in-law!"
During an auction of exotic pets, a woman who had placed a winning bid told the auctioneer, "I'm paying a fortune for that parrot. I hope he talks as well as you say he does." "I guarantee it, madam," replied the auctioneer. "Who do you think was bidding against you?"
Arizona room for one of us in this here town!!