Paul’s basketball team won 3rd place. YAY! Congrats boys!
Sunday I had a nice lunch with Carol and Keith, our organic farmer. Keith had a great tip for me. During winter, throw all grey water in a deep hole, where it can freeze and pile up into a huge block of ice. By the time it’s Spring, I have a huge block of ice, where I can put food on top in buckets etc, to keep it cool. What a wonderful idea! So....the hole I dug out before to keep food cool in, I’m going to use it for dumping grey water during winter. Once it will melt, it will drain easy into the sandy soil. Thanks for a great lunch Carol. Really enjoyed it.
In the afternoon David came over for a visit. We had a chat and he gave me a really nice gazebo. So now I can enjoy time outside without being bothered by mosquitos, flies and wasps etc. It was great to see David again and catch up. Thanks David for a great visit and for the present! Very happy with it!
The weather was cooled off and with the changing of the leaf colours, it really starts to look and feel like fall. I love the fall. It’s nice to lit the wood stove in the evening or early morning, heat up water and food on the stove, and when going for a walk, everything smells so nice outside. Mushrooms are popping up everywhere, so I took some pictures of course. Geese are flying over the yard all the time. I love their sound. I can just feel their excitement for their trip to the south.
Talking about trips...when I went with Sheri to Kamsack this week, we noticed a mule deer in the ditch. I could take some nice photo’s. When I went to the well before I also could make some nice photo’s of the D tour I had to make, because they were working on one of the roads. Sometimes D tours are the best.