|PARKED ALONG THE SHORES OF LAKE WAWANOSH|
|LAKE HURON'S CHOPPY WATER FROM TUESDAY'S STORM|
|A BEAR WAS SEEN IN GODERICH A COUPLE DAYS AGO AND THIS MORNING PHEEBS AND I SPOTTED THIS BEAR ABOUT 2 MILES NORTH OF GODERICH|
|GETTING READY FOR THE UPCOMING BEAN HARVEST SOON|
|THIS MARSHMALLOW FARMER HAS FIGURED OUT A WAY TO ADD A 'MINT' FLAVOR TO HIS MALLOWS|
|HERE'S A HAPPY FACE BARN ENJOYING A NICE BREAKFAST OF SHREDDED WHEAT AND COUNTRY MARSHMALLOWS|
|NO, TUESDAY'S STORM DIDN'T DO THIS BUT MANY DECADES OF WEATHER HAVE CERTAINLY CONTRIBUTED TO THIS HOUSE'S SLOW DEMISE|
|WE DID SEE A NUMBER OF BROKEN TREE BRANCHES|
|I ONLY SAW TWO AMISH/MENNONITE FOLKS.....THE FELLOW ABOVE AND THE HARD-TO-FIND LADY BELOW...HERE'S A CLUE, LOOK FOR BLUE|
|A MODERN MENNONITE SAWMILL|
|WELL MAYBE MODERN BUT IT HAS SOME GOOD OLD FASHIONED RELIABLE MACHINERY ON STAND-BY JUST IN CASE|
|SO NICE TO SEE THESE COOLER BIG SKY SEPTEMBER DAYS|
|WHEN YOU SEE RED BARNS AND WHITE HOUSES IT'S PROBABLY A SAFE BET YOU ARE IN MENNONITE COUNTRY|
|NO BIG FANCY COMBINES TO WORK THESE FIELDS IN AMISH COUNTRY.....IT'S ALL DONE WITH A LOT OF ELBOW GREECE AND REAL HORSE POWER|
|A LAZY EARLY SEPTEMBER MORN|
|THE HORSE IS HEADING WEST AND THE COW IS HEADING EAST|
|THESE TWO NEIGHBORS HAVE STOPPED FOR A CHAT ALONG THE FENCE LINE|
GROANER'S CORNER:(( Here in Kentucky, you don't see too many people hang-gliding. Bubba decided to save up and get a hang-glider. He takes it to the highest mountain, and after struggling to the top, he gets ready to take flight. He takes off running and reaches the edge-------into the wind he goes! Meanwhile, Maw and Paw Hicks were sittin' on the porch swing talkin bout the good old days when maw spots the biggest bird she seen! "Look at the size of that bird, Paw!" she exclaims. Paw raises up," Git my gun, Maw." She runs into the house, brings out his pump shotgun. He takes careful aim. BANG...BANG.....BANG.....BANG! The monster size bird continues to sail silently over the tree tops. "I think ya missed him, Paw," she says. "Yeah," he replies, "but at least he let go of Bubba!"
A grade school teacher was instructing her students on the value of coins. She took a half-dollar and laid it on her desk. "Can any of you tell me what it is?" she asked.
From the back of the room came the answer: "Tails!"