Love these cool mornings.
After chores I took a quick shower and headed down to the Farmer's Market.
Our jam group was playing from 10-12.
Sally was there on her scooter!
Today there were only six of us, but it was a good time.
All the vendors donate something to the band. I grabbed the cherries.
Gary had duty at the Welcome Center...I saw Judy at the Market and we went out to lunch.
Did some reading when I got home.
Tucked the girls in a little after 7.
Seeing that it was so nice out, I decided to go behind the barn and pick part of the pasture.
And then, while Gary worked on hanging his garlic to dry, I mowed the weeds off the two small grass paddocks. They look greener than the lawn, but there sure isn't much there for the girls.
I did not get back in the house until 10 of 9 and quickly changed my clothes so I could drive down to the Rec Center to take some shots of the fireworks. There must have been at least a couple thousand people parked in every possible spot or sitting on the grounds. Never have seen so many.
Parked next to me, was a family that brought along their dog! What were they thinking? It whined the entire time as it's ears had to put up with the "explosive" sounds. I just read that Italy will not allow the popping....just the fireworks....out of concern for animals.
Tomorrow is another day!