I'm a life long resident of the North East Kingdom of Vermont.
And I have always liked to read the comics.
I’m not sure, is that a bear? Or an Orang Pendek?
Hay there Vagabonds
It’s definetly that time of year, 29 degrees this morning, cloudy and some sun. High predicted to be 62.
I hope the good folks from Texas broght sweaters with them for the early mornings. Gary’s on vacation and Jess is our weather person for the week.and she was saying this morning that this is peek week. I’d say David picked a good week for leaf peeping. Have fun guys.
In other news, in other news, hum, there is no other news just the everyday. Gee.
May the Lord bless thee and keep thee in all you do and may the Lord be in chair next to you.
I’ve heard of “A Fife of Beethoven.”
Good sunny morning Vagabonds
The weather web page says mostly cloudy but, we have sunshine galore a beautiful day. High of 58 expected. Yah, baby. (^.^)
Not doing a whole lot today, my usual running around unless the DR trimmer is ready to go then its off to East Charleston to pick it up.
David and wife are flying today, I hope their arms don’t get tired. (^.^) Old joke. Pleasant trip guys.
A blessed day Vagabonds, may God carry you through your day.
I didn’t see a Hine (part deer, part woman) or a satyr (half man, half goat)
And a Happy Birthday to Jan and David starting another run around the sun.
It was 36 trying to be 37 when I quinted at the thermometer. Ian’s clouds are still hanging about, today a mix of sun and clouds, high of 57.
Foliage is peak in Essex County parts of Caladonia and Orleans Counties. To let you know Essex Co. is in the north east corner of VT. I hope there is good show for our leaf peepers when they get here.
Church time rappidly approching. Today is the annual Chicken Pie Dinner at church, a major fund raiser for our UMW. Anyway, my sister will stay home today and with my nephew’s help will get three pies ready to go, and two sweet pies made yesterday. When I get home we’ll take them down.
Blessed day to all y’all, and may God keep you in the palm of his hand. And David, may God be in the seat next to you and your wife on the plain here.
Hay Crumb, why don’t you just fly right over there and get it yourself.
Good morning Vagabonds
The best word for this morning is, Gery. Ian is spreding his vale of clouds as far north as the Canaian bouder and beyoud. We should not get a lot rain if any. The leaves we see out the window are dead still. The forecast is cloudy, 62 degrees.
At this time Ian is giving Long Island a bath then heads out to sea, well, that the prediction anyway.
Watching some MGM cartoons this morning, just finished one about an old chemist who has a wild dreams about being tiny in his lab. Then Barny Bear is trying to get some honey, poor guy. (^.^)
It’s Saturday, Recycle and trash again. Boy that week blew by.
Y’all have a really GREAT day and as always may God bless.