A familiar sunrise....
After that, it was the usual....
The pups and kitties were out in the paddock.
It did not feel quite as cold as it was yesterday.
I had to get the lead out so I would have time to take a shower before chorus.
Greg was there to play the piano today. What a difference.
We had a great rehearsal.
Got a haircut and picked up some grain on the way home. After lunch I decided to go for a bike ride.
5 or 6 miles. It was a little windy as I headed North.
I decided to ride around the "big block" we live on.
Took the first right onto Beadle Road. Lots of open fields but a little more protected from the wind.
Passed many interesting things, including this old split rail fence.
My next turn was onto Root Road....up a little grade...
The next road was Covell.
I could have taken a ton of pictures.
Many beautiful old structures along the way.
I've spoken about this barn before. It is not very old and houses antique cars. Sadly, the owner of this property (a heart specialist) was hit by a shuttle bus as he was walking over to the airport to meet his family and only survived for a couple of weeks. A great lost to this community.
The house was purchased from some friends of ours and they doubled it's size with such integrity.
Finally, the last turn onto our road. Home was in sight.
The kitties were hangin' out in their condo.
99% of the snow was gone and the temperature must have peaked around 45.
We had our Monday night dinner tonight....with Jen and the boys.
It was great, as usual.
Finally, both Finn and Coop seem back to their normal healthy.
Jen is very organic, and everything she made was as good as it gets. Excellent sauce with sausage and red peppers on angel hair. A nice bigga (as Sharon Creech would say) salad and crusty bread.
Did we really need brownies with chocolate chips for dessert?
We ate early so I could do chores after dinner.
The ponies were ready and waiting.
Look who rolled.
Time out for now.