|I BELIEVE THIS TO BE A TYPE OF OAK TREE AND IT STILL HAS ALL IT'S LEAVES|
|PULLING OUT OF THE PARK I SAW THE FIRST OF THREE TREES DOWNED BY THE WIND|
|IN MY SIDE VIEW MIRROR I NOTICED THE SKY CLEARING TO THE SOUTH|
|I EVEN SLOWED DOWN WAVING MY ARM OUT THE WINDOW FOR THAT CLEARING TO CATCH UP|
|YES I HAD MY FINGERS CROSSED HERE FOR SUNNY SKIES|
|ALL THE ICE IS OUT OF THE GODERICH HARBOR|
|NICE MORNING WALK ALONG THE SHORES OF LAKE HURON|
|IN GODERICH HARBOR THIS MORNING WAS THE TRACTOR TUG OCEAN A. SIMARD|
|A FEW SPLASHES OF COLOR ALONG THE HARBOR'S NORTH SIDE|
|SMALL TREE DOWN ACROSS THE TRAIL|
|Something really screwed up bad in my blog tonight. All of a sudden it started erasing itself while I was inserting captions and by the time I got it stopped I had lost some stuff. Attempting to get the blog back together again something still was not working right and that is why these big spaces. A few of the photos above would not accept captions so here they are.........|
Photo of Pheebs and I said, 'Look at the birdie Pheebs'.
Photo with tree lying down underneath Pheebs and I said, 'Noticed something odd about this tree when I walked by'.
Next photo I said, 'Somebody had gone to a lot of work putting Christmas lights on the tree and there was no power in that area'.
In the Cemetery photos I said, 'All was quiet in the cemetery as we made our way back to the highway'.
Next photo, 'Dark ominous clouds on the way home'.
Next photo, 'Yay a patch of blue'.
We were back home around 11 and forty minutes later Old Sol burst through this mornings thinning cloud cover and completely covered the land in a most welcoming sunshine. Although it only lasted about three quarters of an hour before clouds closed in again it was enough to get me happily outside working on a minor front yard lighting project before temps rapidly dropped down to the freezing mark again. Weather folks are calling for snow Tuesday so we might wake up to a white landscape again.
|OH HOW NICE TO SEE THOSE BIG PATCHES OF BLUE|
::Archive Post:: It was December 27th 2016 when we got ourselves lost in the Borrego Badlands just outside Borrego Springs, California. Here is my post for that day, Got Ourselves Into A Bit Of A Smozzle.
THE CAT CLIMBING THE TREE IS AN ORNAMENT IN THE CEMETERY:))
::Al's Musical Favs:: A Promise And A Plea by Tim Story. Reminds me of my Mother's piano playing.
GROANER'S CORNER:(( A film crew is on location in Kenya, when a tribal shaman approaches the director and says, "Tomorrow rain." The director pays no attention, but the following day it pours and shooting has to be delayed. That night, the director sends his assistant to bring the shaman back. "What will be the weather tomorrow?" asks the director. "Bigger rain tomorrow, much wind," and sure enough a terrible storm once again delays the filming. But then the witch doctor disappears for a week and the director, now depending on him, sends his people out to find him and bring him back to camp. Finally, he is located and brought to the director's tent. "What will be the weather tomorrow?" asks the director in desperation. "No idea," says the shaman, "Radio batteries dead."
---------------------------- I work in a busy office, and when a computer goes down it causes quite an inconvenience. Recently one of our computers not only crashed, it made a noise that sounded like a heart monitor. "This computer has flat-lined," a co-worker called out with mock horror. "Does anyone here know how to do mouse-to-mouse?"
Two white guys were in a parking lot trying to unlock the door of their Mercedes with a coat hanger. They tried and tried to get the door open, but they couldn't. The guy with the coat hanger stopped for a moment to catch his breath, and his friend said anxiously, "Hurry up! It's starting to rain and the top is down."