“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” — Elliott Erwitt


Friday, October 30, 2015

Morning, Mud and Mowing

Very cold this morning, with a beautiful sunrise.

 Right after that, it turned grey and stayed that way much of the day.
We had a high of 49, but the wind made it feel much colder.

 The outdoor arena is full of water
 and the paddocks are very muddy.
 I ran a couple errands this morning, but spent most of the day at home.
Mid afternoon the sun came out and I decided to mow the lawn.

 Got it done just as Karen arrived to do evening chores.

 Leftover delicious French onion soup for dinner.
 And a salad....of course.
Night all.

Here's my plug for politics today.
The way you run for office is a reflection of your character.
Right now, our opponents are printing outrageous lies about us
in a very unprofessional way.  Two of them are on the current Town Board
and just might have to work with one of us!  Good grief!  How do they expect 
to have any kind of a working relationship when they continually throw
integrity out the window. 
  But!  I guess it's the dance that goes with the 
territory and I'm their favorite target.  I have encouraged our residents
to view what they have written so they can have a better sense of who
is representing them.
If you want to be entertained:

Just for the record, my fellow candidates and I think it is long past 
the time for a two party system.  We are ready to take the Town
government in a new direction and the good old boys don't want 
that to happen.


  1. Always a welcoming visit. Please come by on Sunday for my huge announcement if you can!

    ALOHA, Friend



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