Wow… I totally fell off the regular blog post wagon!!!
I went back and took a look at the last post, and all the photos I have taken since then. Yep it has been awhile!
I think though you will see that with all the events that have been happening, that the delay is understandable.
So, lets make sure we cover the important parts first. Michelle and I are healthy and still working. Our jobs can be annoying, as all work can be, but we are thankful we are working when so many aren’t.
The scary part around here is we are opening up to the world next week. Hotels open and the folks from the big cities, with a much greater frequency of Covid, will be flooding the town. Add to it, some just aren’t intelligent enough to understand how masking up can help (even though it was proven in the Spanish flu 100 years ago.) We could be in for a rough summer. Michelle and I plan to hunker over the upcoming weekends.
But enough worry, lets cover the last few weeks….
Continue reading “Mrs. Oregon Coast Cyclist!”
So there were plans today to rent a giant weed eater and clear back some of the vacant lot next us. There are weeds, scotchbroom and blackberry bushes slowly encroaching on our yard. I say rent the weedeater. because we have no grass! A yard of bark and plants only! (Can I just say I love not mowing)
We received an email though, from the head cowboy of the HOA, saying a tree/landscaper is supposed to be out today to give a bid to clean up the lot to the owner. Since its 1) his responsibility, and 2) seemed like it was going to be hard work, I was happy to hang up the idea.
This found me sitting not he back deck in the morning, ready a book and sipping coffee.
While siting there, I found myself thinking, as I do often, I love our back yard! Continue reading “I love our back yard.”
OK, pure and simple it is HOT! Today, once again, we hit the 90s, and in Washington, most of us do not have A/C. But then, most summers we get one or two days in the 90s, and that is usually July or August. It does NOT do this June and sure as hell not for a week or two in a row!
Today, I left work at 1 and braved the heat for a 35 mile ride. I emptied three bottles of water/powerade along the way! It was a hard 35!
Since it has been so hot, we have spent a lot of time in our comfy red chairs, in front of the fan. With more sitting, I have noticed more that goes on in the back yard…. Continue reading “Nature from the easychair”