Would you believe it? This is what we found when we got back to the
high desert country here in Grand Junction. The good think
is that this will be gone in a few days. The weather in Minnesota
had been beautiful. We were back there looking for lake property
where we could spend some summer months. Our search was futile. SOOO,
if anyone knows of lake property for sale near Fergus or Perham, let me know
and I’ll tell you our parameters.
My poor tomatoe plants. Guess I’ll be buying tomatoes from now on. I
was able to pick tomatoes right up to the time that we left the first week
in November. The green stuff in the lower corner is chives
and that is probably still good.
These are going to be pickable in a few more days with the
temps in the low to mid 60’s that they are forcasting for here.
The ski areas around here got 18-24 inches of snow. The skiers, including
our granddaughters here, are happy. I’m happy as long as it stays in the
mountains. I didn’t move out here to shovel snow.
This is going to be a blog in reverse. The next posts will talk about
what I have been doing this fall, besides trying to motivate
myself to work on my fiber art. I need to get busy
as I have some deadlines looming.
FOR MY PART, I KNOW NOTHING WEITH CERTAINTY, BUT THE SIGHT
OF THE STARS MAKES ME DREA. VINCENT VAN GOGH