Today was a splendid day indeed.
No, the sun didn’t shine 😦
It rained hard this afternoon. And that’s actually a welcome sight. Finally, the snow is moving west. West you say? Yes, I heard there was a blizzard somewhere in Colorado today…
What I feel is so great about this day is the concert outside. Oh there was singing and swooping and nest-building going on; a huge herd of deer was feeding in the backyard. Of course, you guessed it, by the time I took out my camera, the herd was on the move again.
Welcome back to the Wayfarer – magnificent singers 🙂
Much work has been done around here that is not visible to the eye until you click this link Wayfarer . My web guy, Jim, at ATI Consulting and my friend, Kirby at Woolly Mammoth have helped me greatly with this task. I have been meaning to change things up for a very long time and now it’s finally happening.
Without further ado, here is the first glimpse of the new look.
Please let me know what you think. I thought that the colors convey a sense of water, sun and fun. I hope we got it right.
Not everything is in place yet but we will roll it out over the weekend anyway 🙂 errrr…..I think
I think I speak for all of us when I say ” good riddens” to the white stuff.
The last few days have been so beautiful and sunny. The snow has been steadily melting. It is still very crisp and cold but that’s alright with me. As long as that sun shines and takes with it the last of the snow, I am a happy camper 🙂
I spotted the big ship on the horizon - beautiful
Frankfort beach and pier - almost all the snow is gone
Frankfort Beach, looking toward the south pier
Yes, I have heard from the weatherman today. He says that there will be 1 to 2 inches of snow this Friday, blahhhhhh 😦
There is now a whole lot more grass showing than snow. Great. It isn’t pretty yet, however, we can imagine how beautiful it will all be in just a few weeks. For the first time in a long time I am looking forward to that.
I can tell you now why that is – Mike resigned from the bank last week, which means that he is the “full time help” I talked about in my last post.
See, the sun was shining, melting the ice on top of the snow.