|NOT AS MUCH SNOW UNDER THE PROTECTIVE BRANCHES OF A JUNIPER TREE|
Grey skies early this morning in our 9F skies. Hard to get excited about going outside but it at least beats sitting around in the house and doing nothing. I don't want to reach some point in my future and look back with a ton of regrets about not getting out to do things and go places while I was still able to do so.
|A LONE COLD WINTER'S MORN WALK ON BAYFIELD'S FROZEN SOUTH PIER|
|ANOTHER VIEW OF THE DOUBLE ARCH BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION|
|I'M WONDERING IF THIS LARGE CRANE WILL REMAIN OR SMALLER CRANES ON SITE WILL COMPLETE THE BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION|
Pheebs and I cruised through Bayfield grabbing a coffee along the way. Skies brightened so we ventured out into the countryside for awhile driving our usual 20 mph listening to my favorite music which right now happens to be 'Chill' on Sirius/XM Satellite Radios channel 53. I like the funky heavy bass-oriented solid beat instrumentals they play but not so much most of the vocals. There is a bass guitar/drummer guy lurking inside me but I have never been able to teach him anything. It's too bad because he just might have been reasonably good at it.
|PHEEBS CHECKS OUT SOME MIGHTY BIG BUNNY TRACKS|
|HEY LOOK AT ALL THE CARDINALS......WAIT A MINUTE, THOSE AREN'T CARDINALS, THAT'S A STAGHORN SUMAC TREE|
|'HEY WHATCHA DOIN UP THERE DAD'|
|HOPE TO GET THIS LAST BIT OF SNOW OFF SATURDAY|
Just think, only 16 more days left in February, and then we are into March and with a bit of luck, we should begin reaching some +40F days. Get ready to break out the Panama hats and Bermuda shorts folks:))
GROANER'S CORNER:(( A driver stops in a small town and asks someone, "Excuse me, can you tell me where this road is going?" The townie says, "It don't go nowhere, it stays right where it is."
IT WAS THE COLORS THAT CAUGHT MY ATTENTION
- What do you call a crate of ducks ? A box of quackers !
- What do you call a dentist in the army?
A drill sergeant
- Coach Frank Layden of the Utah Jazz asked forward Jeff Wilkins, "Is your bad play due to ignorance or apathy?" Wilkins replied, "I don't know and I don't care.
Beggar: Can you spare a hundred so I can buy a loaf of bread? Passerby: Bread doesn't cost a hundred! Beggar: I know, I'm expecting some company.
That tree looks like it deserves a spot in a Harry Potter movie!ReplyDelete
What a job with the snow shoveling. Glad you lived over it. Yes, that face in the tree is a wolf if I've ever seen one, which I haven't. Or maybe it's an elk with an open mouth, or a .......ReplyDelete
I agree with Jeff, I love those lone tree shots. Good job on Scooter.ReplyDelete