The weather just now is so perfect, it almost defies description.
Big, full moon in the mornings when I'm soaking in the hot tub.
Crisp air, with temperatures in the forties to start.
Blue, cloudless skies. Highs around seventy in the afternoon.
So of course I saddled Blue yesterday after Cliff left for work.
It was a good ride. I was amazed to see the corn has turned from green to brown, looking ready for harvest. I had my camera, and figured I'd share the autumn landscape with my readers.
Except that the battery was dead. The battery lasts so long on my little camera that it always comes as a surprise when it finally needs re-charging.
Just take my word for it, it's a wonderful world out there right now.
On another note, the last of our concrete was poured yesterday. Now we can buckle down-knuckle down to living in our new spot. Oh, there are minor things we still need to do, but those will be out-of-pocket expenses. Things like planting grass and getting the propane tank moved to a better location. Cliff is in the process of laying out boundaries for our yard. Oh, and I may plant some tulips today.