With two soakers and four wet muddy paws, Pheebs and I managed to trudge ourselves through a tangle of brushy burrs, rocks, muddy gravel, and running downhill water to nab us a few Bayfield bridge construction photos this morning. It was touch and go on the side of a very slippery and steep embankment with my main concern being not to fall and damage my camera. Even Pheebs was having problems navigating through a few tough spots. By the time we got back to the Jeep, I had to spend time picking all the burrs off my coat. Amazingly enough, Pheebs never had a single burr stuck to her.
GOT OURSELVES INTO A SHORT BUT TOUGH STRETCH OF WALKING THIS MORNING THE BRIDGE IS AHEAD SOMEWHERE TO THE LEFT OF THAT SUNNY CLEARING I AM STANDING AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF THE BRIDGE LOOKING NORTH ACROSS THE BAYFIELD RIVER THAT IS THE BAYFIELD RIVER FLOWING TO LAKE HURON FROM RIGHT TO LEFT I AM GUESSING THAT CEMENT ABUTMENT IN THE RIVER IS LEFT OVER FROM THE OLD BRIDGE
|'OKAY DAD LET'S HEAD FOR HOME AND RUSTLE US UP SOME SUNDAY SNACKS'|OUR LEGACY BLUE FLAME HEATER
I have to be at the Maitland Valley blood clinic Friday and Kelly has an appointment in Goderich Tuesday so we are kinda stymied for getting away in the Winnie-Wagon unless we can come up with something for Wednesday and Thursday. We have our RV thinking caps on.
OUR MR. BUDDY WAVE HEATER THAT IS A LARGE RUBBER BLADDER FULL OF WATER WHICH I THINK WAS PLACED THERE TO STABILIZE THE STEEP EMBANKMENT....DID YOU SEE PHEEBS? YEP, TWO SOAKERS AND FOUR MUDDY PAWS ALRIGHT HAD TO PUSH OUR WAY THROUGH A LOT OF BURDDOCKS PHEEBS LEADS THE WAY BACK TO THE JEEP ALONG A MUDDY PATH
GROANER'S CORNER:(( As a sergeant in a parachute regiment, I took part in several night time exercises. Once, I was seated next to a Lieutenant fresh from Jump School. He was quite sad looking and a bit pale so I struck up a conversation. "Scared, Lieutenant?", I asked. He replied, "No, just a bit apprehensive." I asked, "What's the difference?" He replied, "That means I'm scared with a university education."
SPOTTED A COUPLE PEOPLE FISHING
Ozzie you later!
Little Emily was complaining to her mother that her stomach hurt. Her mother replied, “That’s because it's empty. Maybe you should try putting something in it." The next day, the pastor was over at Emily's family's house for lunch. He mentioned having his head hurt, to which Emily immediately replied, "That's because it's empty. Maybe you should try putting something in it."
Hey Richard, this one's for you:))