I had hoped to catch a few full Moon shots along the eastern horizon tonight but our sunny start to the day didn't last and by mid-afternoon we were under a heavy cloud cover. Looks like we may be in for a lot of rain over the next week and a half.
A PATCHWORK QUILT OF COLORFUL FARM FIELDS
Pheebs and I had a leisurely Jeep ride through our beautiful early summer countryside southeast of Bayfield. We are dairy country here with a patchwork quilt of colorful farm fields growing acre upon acre of corn, beans, wheat, and barley. Cows and horses grazing the meadows and sheep dotting some of the hillsides. We are so fortunate to live where we do. No megacities, no traffic crush, no major crime that we know of, and no hordes of people everywhere. It's no wonder when we do occasionally get away that we are always so very happy to get home again. Viva la Canada:))
A NICE EARLY MORNING ON OUR BACK DECK
|THIS IS A FAVORITE SPOT I LIKE TO COME AND STAND TO LOOK ACROSS THE COUNTRYSIDE|
|PRETTY FLOWERS GROWING IN A BEAN FIELD|
Do not believe in miracles, rely on them.
Doing a good job around here is like wetting your pants in a dark suit; you get a warm feeling, but nobody notices.Don't be so open-minded that your brain falls out.
Grandpa always said when one door closes, another one opens... Great man, horrible cabinet maker.
A Mexican was attempting to cross into America when the border guard stopped him and asked if he was an American. The Mexican replied, "Si Senor." The border guard told him, "If you're an American, then use these three words in a sentence:'green', 'pink, and 'yellow'."
The Mexican thought about it for a while and replied, "The phone go green-green, I pink it up, and I say yellow?"