THIS PRETTY FLOWER WAS IN FRONT OF OUR PARK’S MAILROOM
Nice cool partially overcast morning for a couple old guys to take an enjoyable coffee tour Jeep ride through the rolling rural hills of Huron County northeast of Goderich. With McDonalds coffee and eats securely in hand we wandered up through Amish/Mennonite country waving at folks along the way.
FISHING AT LAKE WAWANOSH
BUGGIES IN SAINT HELENS
THAT’S A LONG LANEWAY FOR THAT LITTLE FELLA PULLING A WAGON LOAD OF MAIL HOME FROM THE END OF THE DRIVEWAY
FINALLY SOME STOOKS
LOOKS LIKE THESE LADS ARE GETTING A BUILDING BEE TOGETHER
Richard and Gayle will be leaving the Park for the last time about mid September around the same time we will be heading out as well. In their Georgetown Motorhome they may be heading northeast while Kelly and I in our Triple E Motorhome will be heading north west. Whether the twain will ever meet again only time will tell.
I’M THINKING SOME CORN KERNELS MAY HAVE GOT MIXED IN WITH THIS FARMER’S BEEN SEED SHIPMENT
I’M GUESSING THAT IS ANOTHER LARGE PIG BARN BUILDING GOING UP
QUITE A MOSH OF LUMBER IN THAT BUILDING
BLUE CHICORY AND QUEEN ANN’E LACE BORDERING A BEAN FIELD
Kelly spent a big part of her day over at Deer Park Lodge and the beach with her daughter Rebecca and granddaughter Ella. I spent a good part of my afternoon stretched out in my recliner with no more energy than a fat Gnat. Too humid outside for me anyway. A high of 69 predicted for Friday. Bonus.
RED TAIL HAWK
Not feeling quite up to par tonight folks so think I’ll cut this post loose and let it land where it may. Hopefully my aging batteries will recharge overnight…………
GROANER’S CORNER:(( One night, after a long evening of drinking, Jim was thrown out of the bar as usual. On his way home he spotted a nun walking down the road. After looking at her twice he ran over and tackled her, then proceeded to beat her up pretty good. Some people passing by spotted this and called the police. As the police were pulling him away in handcuffs he looked back and said, "I thought you'd be tougher than that, Batman."