Good dark and early morning from cool Kingston, Ontario. It's only 10C now, and will hit just 17C during daylight hours. Despite delays on the causeway, I got my radiation treatment early yesterday. Just six more to go. Ten years ago today I photographed this cooperative critter on its rock.
Have a great day! (Rock on!)
Good morning from Sweden. It was a cold morning, down at 2 C, but the temperature will go up to 20 C in the afternoon.
Bonjourno from damp/soggy/??? west-central Man-ee-toe-bah. A steady drizzle, about a cm so far and it's still in progress. +7 C. now but forecast to soar to 10 this aft.
For your excitement here's a pic of one of my brilliant* ideas/projects.... a brick trough to take the roof run-off along our property and into the small depression in the flower bed at the left end, instead of directly off into the somewhat poorly drained trench (?) between us / neighbour. I put 'er in about two years ago, but it seems to work so well I'll probably get around to doing the same at the other end of the house..... 'though that would entail adding a downspout [which should have been there all along ] at that end, but .............. .
Hope everybody has a good day.
* = when they work out they're "brilliant," when they don't ... ah... never mind!!
Edited by - Owen on 05/18/2022 06:59:22
I stopped doing all of those satisfying niceties (unless they were functionally needed) awhile back when I realizied I was impressing the tax assessor more than myself .
Originally posted by OM45GE
Have a wonderful Wednesday everyone.
I’ve found proof that for some reason God, in her infinite wisdom, made more horses asses than horses to put them on.
Back in '76 Dad and I were watching the Olympic equestrian event on television. Dad said, "Look at all those horses' asses ... on those horses' asses."
'Ome Flora 12in' 1 hr
'ML-1 banjo neck' 8 hrs
'Gold Tone Banjola' 9 hrs