In my opinion, we had about the nicest weather morning it is possible to have. Everything seemed to align perfectly. A mixture of sun and cloud with a slight breeze mixing favorably with 73F temps. Some mornings are just so much more pleasurable than others in my world and this was one of them.
NICE MORNING AT GODERICH'S ROTARY COVE DOG WALKING AREA LOOKS LIKE A BEGINNER'S 'WATER BOARD' CLASS THESE YOUNG KIDS ARE LEARNING THE ROPES OKAY LET'S GET THESE BOARDS IN THE WATER AND SEE HOW WE DO
|IS HE HAVING FUN YET??| THE CALM CLEAR WATERS OF LAKE HURON THIS PHOTO SHOWS HOW MUCH THE LAKE LEVEL IS DOWN THIS SUMMER A NICE BICYCLING BREAK
Home again around 10 I hauled Kelly's car out and washed it. Mowed some grass and whacked some weeds. Pheebs and I did manage a walk around the Park's pond but we had to cut it short because of the increased humidity and annoying airborne bugs.
GETTING THE PHOTO JUST RIGHT
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I LIKE THE IDEA OF THESE LITTLE NEIGHBORHOOD LIBRARIES
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Nice photos tonight as were the ones on yesterday’s post. Loved the ones of the cows yesterday.ReplyDelete
Glad you got your perfect weather.ReplyDelete