Monday, August 17, 2015


 By morning it had cooled off quite a bit.

 After chores I dragged the outdoor arena.  Once again it was being attacked by weeds.

 Pretty soon the glads are going to start popping and Gary will sell them on the farm wagon.
 The garden looks like Jack in the Beanstalk hit it.  A very eclectic combo in the first row.
Dill, zinias, brussell sprouts, corn, sunflowers.
Behind that...tomatoes, peppers, zucchini, cucumbers, carrots, asparagus, flat leaf parsley, chives, onions and a quiet bed of strawberries.

 Made a quick trip to Brockport to look at some prints produced by my friend Helen Smagorinsky.
She is going to donate one and have it framed for our campaign fundraiser.
 Of course I had to get shadows in my shots.
Spent the afternoon working on ads and a few other things.
91 degrees.
Quickly made supper, took a shower and tucked the girls in for the night.
After that....back to Brockport for a meeting.
Home at last.
Night all.

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