Good Evening, Folks...
I'll take a heaping plate of that spaghetti that LION is offering, fresh grated Romano and an extra meatball, too, Brunhilda. You can put it on AngeloBob's tab! Thanks! Maybe a little Chardon-Yay with that would be nice, too...
Richard, Yukk! Good thing this isn't ANT season. I hope you didn't go to the cleaners and tell them you wanted to get Doctor Pepper out of your underwear!
Ulrich, those howling wolves had the cats scampering out of the room! That might make a nice sound-effect for the layout. Around here when I hear the coyotes howling I know the chickens are getting nervous. Sometimes they travel in pretty large packs. Actually the fox do more damage than the wolves. We lost maybe two-dozen chickens to a fox last year.
I do hope there is some relief to your torment you are suffering.
Mike! WOW, that's a LOT of red and orange! Even the lipstick! Thanks for posting that, pretty NEAT!
You may have guessed by now that I am a bit of a nature nut.
Dave, I agree—and share your interest in preserving and viewing nature, yes, even with the chicken predators, it is still great to observe the natural cycle of events outside
Ed Not a reason in the world to thank me for buying you fake internet beer!
Can't help it. My mom raised me to be polite, even if it IS a virtual beer—and a Milwaukee's Best, to boot Sometimes I would get Olympian when I was in the mood for a "budget brew" These days it's Miller High Life and the occasional Heineken. (Hiney-KEN? Oh NO we won't GO there!)
Maybe next year when I retire I can make the drive out to Ohio and give you a real (but cheap beer) that I drink.
You're always welcome for a visit! The caboose makes a comfortable "Cabin" and has all the comforts of home-away-from-home! After thirty days I'll have to kick you out, though. Fish and company go bad after that
Things are foggy and gloomy here in NE Ohio, too. Good day to stay inside. I'm taking a little hiatus from the layout for a day or two.
I have a big project to do using Adobe Photoshop. I have to get a slide show put together with about 2000 photos of the GE plant where I retired from. The plant is closing and folks have asked me to put together a little memorial for it.
Over the years I have collected thousands of negatives, slides and prints that were "abandoned" at the plant. I scanned them and returned the originals to a safe place. The roof was caving in on them where they were originally stored!
So, that's my project for the next few weeks. Ken Burns here we go!
Stay safe and healthy, everyone! Prayers to those who may be hurting...