| FARMER'S WERE OUT WORKING ON HARVESTING THEIR BEAN CROPS SUNDAY NIGHT|
Our evening jaunts have almost become as routine as our morning jaunts. With a nice-looking Sunday evening taking shape, Pheebs and I were again out the door and on our way.
| THESE BRIGHTLY COLORED RED WAGONS WILL SOON BE LOADED WITH BEANS|
| HARVESTING BEANS CAN BE A DUSTY BIT OF BUSINESS AND HERE YOU CAN SEE 2 COMBINES AT WORK|
| HEY, IS THAT GUY WATCHING 'JEOPARDY' ON HIS MONITOR|
| THE COMBINES CAN LOAD THEIR BEANS DIRECTLY INTO THIS WAITING TRANSPORT TRUCK|
| HARD TO SEE THE COMBINE FOR ALL THE DUST|
| HEADING WEST INTO THE SUNSET AND THAT STRAIGHT HORIZON LINE OUT THERE IS LAKE HURON|
With Monday morning's sunny clear sky overhead the furry kid and I logged in another country road walk. For the second time in a week, we headed back home after our outing. I'm not sure what's going on there but I had no interest in going anywhere or taking any morning photos. Very unusual for me. Home again, after reading and having a short snooze I decided to tackle a big spring cleaning job that I had been putting off. Five months late but what the heck, the sunroom needed a good cleaning so with my interests moving me in that direction I took full advantage of that and kept myself busy vacuuming, dusting, scrubbing, re-arranging, and cleaning more windows all afternoon. I honestly wished I had more days like that where I had that elusive energy of my teenage years.
| SOME FARMERS WERE BURNING SUNDAY NIGHT'S MIDNIGHT OIL|
Pheebs and I were planning on heading out to watch the full moon come up but it was not to be. It turned cloudy and started to rain. Luckily, I had taken one last nearly full moon shot Sunday night.
| OF COURSE, PHEEBS KEPT A CLOSE EYE ON ME TO MAKE SURE I WAS DOING THINGS RIGHT|
| SHE'S CHECKING TO SEE IF I MISSED ANY SPOTS WHILE VACUUMING|
GROANER'S CORNER:(( A circus owner walked into a bar to see everyone crowded about a table watching a little show. On the table was an upside-down pot and a duck tap dancing on it. The circus owner was so impressed that he offered to buy the duck from its owner. After some wheeling and dealing, they settled for $10,000 for the duck and the pot. Three days later the circus owner runs back to the bar in anger, "Your duck is a ripoff! I put him on the pot before a whole audience, and he didn't dance a single step!" "So?" asked the ducks former owner, "did you remember to light the candle under the pot?"
When I was young, I was poor... But after many years of hard work, I am no longer young.
Beautiful photos Al. We just started our corn harvest here this week. Lost my privacy when they cut down the corn around our yard.ReplyDelete
You have a lot of beans down compared to the few small fields around here. And much bigger machinery!ReplyDelete
So good that your sidewalk superintendent was on duty today. Great to have such a great helper.ReplyDelete
Oh my. That sunroom looks perfect for living in. No wonder you sometimes decide to stay in when you're back from your morning outing.ReplyDelete
I love that photo of the tractor trailer heading down the road with the full moon over it's shoulder.ReplyDelete
I LOVE the long legged elephant! That's art! Of course, so are your photos. Lucky us who follow this blog.ReplyDelete
I love your sunroom! Elva ShannonReplyDelete
I agree with Karen on the moon and truck photo. And that last one with the old barn is frameable!! Stunning sunset - wow that color!ReplyDelete