How nice it was first thing this morning to finally step out into refreshingly cooler air. Felt like leaping into the air and doing a double back flip. No I've never done a double back flip before but by golly I almost felt good enough about the change in temperature to give it a try. Of course that nice cool morning air didn’t last too long:((
IN PHOTO ABOVE RIPPLES ON THE POND ARE EASILY SEEN BUT BELOW USING A SLOWER SHUTTER SPEED THOSE RIPPLES ALL BLEND TOGETHER LOOKING LIKE AN ALGAE BLOOM
THIS FROGGY HAS A GOOD GRIP ON THE ELECTRICAL CORD LEADING TO THE POND’S UNDERWATER PUMP
Earlier today with Pheebs watching out the living room window Kelly and I drove over to the Bayfield Berry Farm nearby where we met good friends and neighbors Gayle and Richard for breakfast. We were the only ones there and it was nice and quiet until some younger families came in with screechy kids and you know how that can be like fingernails on a chalkboard for some of us Seniors so we had to eat up, pay up, and get the heck out of there retreating back to Gayle and Richards for coffee and peace of mind.
‘HEY MOM HOW’S ABOUT SOME SEEDS OVER HERE EH’
‘YOU HAVE GOT TO LEARN HOW TO FEED YOURSELF JUNIOR’
‘I LOVE MY MOM, WATCH THIS’
‘YEP I GOT ME MOM TRAINED ALRIGHT’
Unfortunately our day once again quickly heated up driving us inside to escape the miserable high humidity. I slipped out just long enough to take a few photos of our front yard frog pond and that was it for my outside activities. Not a long post tonight and I think I'll just wrap it up by simply saying, thanks for all your continuing support folks. Much appreciated by Kelly, Pheebs, and I here at The Bayfield Bunch:))
GROANER'S CORNER:(( The skydiving instructor was going through the question and answer period with his new students when one of them asked the usual question always asked: "If our chute doesn't open; and the reserve doesn't open, how long would we have till we hit the ground?" The jump master looked at him and in perfect deadpan answered: "The rest of your life."
A young couple drove several miles down a country road, not saying a word. An earlier discussion had led to an argument, and neither wanted to concede their position. As they passed a barnyard of mules and pigs, the husband sarcastically asked, "Are they relatives of yours?" "Yes," his wife replied. "I married into the family."