|MORE FLOWERS IN OUR FLOWER GARDENS|
|ANOTHER FINE MORNING IN THE COUNTRYSIDE|
|IF YOUR A HORSE AND HAVE AN ITCH....THIS IS HOW YOU SCRATCH IT|
|ALL EYES WERE UPON US AS WE SLOWLY CRUISED BY|
|CORN FIELDS ARE GREENING UP|
|TURKEY VULTURE IN A CORN FIELD|
|TURKEY VULTURE DRYING IT'S WINGS|
|SPOTTED A DEER SOUTH OF GODERICH|
|SWAMPY AREA ALONGSIDE THE ROAD|
|'OH-OH' IS THAT A BLACK BEAR UP AHEAD THERE IN THE GRASS|
|NOPE IT'S JUST THE PHEEBS'|
|NOT SURE BUT I'M WONDERING IF THIS MIGHT BE A BABY BALTIMORE ORIOLE ON OUR FEEDER|
Luckily we had a breeze in off the lake this afternoon which lifted some of the heavy humidity out of the air making a walk doable for Pheebs and I. Plus, our temperatures are thankfully going down. We ventured back along the new bush roads looking for some old familiar trail markers but it's a whole different landscape back there now. From one new road, we crossed a small creek to where another new road will be joining up once a culvert is put in. I got across the creek without any soakers but Pheebs got 4 soakers, a wet tummy, and a soggy tail. Once these roads are done it will make for some nice walking and bicycling. Yes, I would prefer the old trails but it's not the way things are here anymore and time moves on.
|TWO NEW ROADS WILL JOIN UP IN THAT GULLY SOON|
|THE ROADS WILL JOIN OVER A CULVERT HERE AT THIS CREEK|
|WE'RE ACROSS THE CREEK LOOKING BACK|
|THIS ONE BULLDOZER SURE HAS ALTERED OUR PARK'S LANDSCAPE|
|AND THIS IS THE VERY DOZER THAT WIPED OUT 'MY TREE'|
John's working at the lumber yard, pushing a tree through the buzz saw, and accidentally shears off all ten of his fingers. He goes to the hospital. The doctor says, "Yuck! Well, give me the fingers, and I'll see what I can do." John says, "I haven't got the fingers." The doctor says, "What do you mean, you haven't got the fingers? It's 2012. We've got microsurgery and all kinds of incredible techniques. I could have put them back on and made you like new. Why didn't you bring the fingers?" John says, "Well, Doc, I couldn't pick 'em up."
- Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day. Teach him how to fish, and he will sit in a boat and drink beer all day.
- Never test the depth of the water with both feet.
A man giving a long-winded speech finally says, "I'm sorry I talked so long. I left my watch at home."A voice from the crowd says, "There's a calendar behind you."