"Don't the horses know it's raining?"
So much for morning chores. Took a quick shower and drove down to the village to get a haircut. When I went over the Main Street bridge (on the way home), noticed some interesting boats at the Welcome Center.
This 40 foot "yacht" was made in the Netherlands. The couple, from Minnesota, went over there 10 years ago to buy it. They gave up their home and chose to live on this gorgeous craft.
For a couple of years they traveled around Europe, then they put it on a freighter and had it shipped back home... The husband promised the wife it would only be for 5 years...she is now ready to get back on land and the yacht is for sale.
If you want to buy the one made in the Netherlands, here is the name of the person brokering the sale.
Not long after I crossed the bridge, it was raised to let this boat pass through. It was made in Finland. So interesting!
There is our mule sculpture overlooking the canal. MJ will like that.
When I got home, I did nothing. Was supposed to have a lunch date with a friend, but it was cancelled. Did not work Abbe either....
I put together some flower arrangements for a political fundraiser Jenny was holding down at the Alumni House. She stopped to pick them up on her way home from work.
Went out to do chores early so I could get down there by 5:30.
The County Chairman was there...Joe M. He is the kind of speaker I could listen to for hours.
On the left is Pete, my duplicate bridge partner (we came in first the last time we substituted and they said they were not going to invite us back). On the right is Sandy F., the Town Supervisor of Brighton.
It was a great turn out...and a top shelf event. Jenny did a great job.