OK, so this is getting old! Read, dust, read, vacuum, read, clean mirrors and ah-play solitaire!
The weather couldn’t be nicer. The nights are delightful, not as cold as they were last week, and the days are warm and sunny. The fall colors are slow at appearing here but shades of red and yellow are beginning to burst out here and there.
This evening I walked over to the Kentucky Lake just after the sun had set but there was still a faint glow on the horizon. There is much more commercial activity over here with tugs milling about.
|POST SUNSET COLORS|
|THE LIGHTHOUSE AFTER DARK|
This weekend is the Hunters Moon Festival in Grand Rivers and the village is bustling. The Little Mister & Miss Pageant was held on Thursday night, the local theater has a storytelling program on Friday night and Saturday is crammed with a parade, bands, craft and food vendors and more storytelling at the Badgett Playhouse.
Dan is finally finished with his part of the job in Michigan and will be heading back to Quest tomorrow, leaving the guys to complete some of the finish work. Here is a photo of the installation work they completed. Nice work, guys.
I got a text from Robert that he had made it back to Burlington from his short journey to Bogota. I can’t wait to hear all the stories!
Day three for KelLe entailed a 89 mile ride. This was taken this morning as she was heading out from Lake Diaz