Tuesday, July 21, 2009

We love it when Evie visits.

I am uploading a few videos and once they are up I'll post them.

Friday, July 10, 2009

One Ton Tamater

I have written about my organic farming in an earlier blog complaining about the poor production from my almost $6 plant.

Well the tomato has ripened and looks so nice I thought I would regale you with a picture of it before it gets harvested. Before you all get over the giggles, let me advise you that I have big plans for next Spring. Stay tuned. Well you don't need to stay tuned, I'll remind you.

What's that you say? You want a closer look?

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

What a Life

Sad news today about my friend Roy Carter passing away yesterday in Weaverham.
Roy was a kind man. He loved to sing.
We got along well. He really liked to party back in the 1960s and he and his wife Beryl were people we always sought out when we visited England in those cold foggy days. Before global warming. :-)

Moving on...Got a terrific little present today from Jennifer and Anth ( mostly Anth ) It was an album that had lots of pics from our Spring Break cruise. We really had a good time. Thanks for the memento.

Last night we had dinner with my son-in-law Al who had brought the fresh clams the night before. I had reported on Facebook about that and I made some good New England clam chowder which Al came to enjoy with us. It was a great evening.

Today I had the day off. Bev worked for 6 hours or so. The computer connection at our small house was spotty to say the best and she went to the Walker's to work for about 4 hours. Before she left we finished the chowder for lunch. I read the rest of the afternoon.

Tonight after pasta and meatballs for dinner we went back to the construction site at the Walker residence and here is what is going on. You can see in an earlier post Here
What the old site looked like.

Here is the ongoing work.

It rained today and I wish you could be here to enjoy the humidity.....