It's a long weekend! We sat out until the sun went down. Listening to tunes & having a few.
Got the gasser heated up for turkey burgers & corn on the cob! Feels like fall.
Anyone have plans for the weekend? We're using the time to patch our bones & rejuvenate.
Plans for the weekend... banjo... oh wait, that's everyday. Going to see Tower of Power. How's that for a Friday Horn. Not a Friday Horn but Saturday Horns! Does it still count?
Maybe a day trip to Prince Edward County. Maybe a shift or two at the Bicycle Valet Kingston free bicycle parking that we've set up downtown for the weekend. Maybe.
Bill Rogers (Moderator)
Funny, having been retired for more than 12 years, now, I find that the week has merged into a succession of days, mostly like each other. I found a digital clock that has the day of the week displayed in large capital letters. I keep it in the kitchen and refer to it on many, if not most, days. So the three-day weekend is a thing of the past for me. The only thing I notice is the government offices (and a few businesses) being closed.
Have a fantastic Friday everyone. No big plans, just enjoying every day.
Always enjoy the cooler weather to do things out side as Bill said --- "enjoying every day " w/ no special plans . Maybe a local cruise-in this early evening .
Retirement weeks are 6 Saturdays and 1 Sunday.
Mebee splittin fire wood......
That time of year....
Nothin' much. The kids are coming over on Monday to celebrate my 75th, and DW is baking my favorite chocolate raisin cake. Otherwise, normal retirement days.
Usually…every day is Monday for this railroad man…but…I have this week off for vacation. My wife and daughter and I are headed to the WA State fair to-day. Can’t wait for a “Krusty Pup” aka corny dog…and a piroschky! The latter is a Russian pastry covered with butter and full of meat and cheese….so good!
And your dern right…summer is gone…fall is definately here. I got the fireplace and chimney cleaned yesterday…almost time to fire up the stove.
'2004 Gibson Granada FE' 51 min
'Lyre brand banjo' 2 hrs
'Gibson RB-100' 3 hrs
'Gibson RB-100' 4 hrs
'1963 Gibson RB250' 5 hrs