They are at their best. I also found two totally new plants — meaning in a place where I have never seen them before. About 1.5-miles away from ‘MY’ site. That was cool. Made me happy. Made me SMILE. I hope it makes you smile too. SMILE.
Just after 6pm, with it snowing hard, I went out, just in my sweats, to take some pictures. Noticed that the sky was blue down the road. Kind of suspected that it might be police. So, had to have a look. About 300 yards. Walked out, in my sweats. The dogs followed, off lead. It was a police car. They had blocked the road — Prospect Mountain Road. 6 vehicle pile up below. I only managed to get one ‘acceptable’ picture. With the heavy snow and light, it was not easy.
The blue police lights reflecting off the snow was COOL. As you can see. Teischan came out looking for the dogs, with their leashes. That is her, at the top, coming back — the dogs still off their leashes. We went back — again, once I put on a jacket and boots. Crazy night.
I liked the blue sky.
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I am not complaining. I feel BAD for our mailman — who I consider a friend. He still had about 3-hours of delivery ahead of him! That meant he wouldn’t get home till close to midnight. That is crazy.
Yes, yes, yes. I know him. I know him well. Yes, he doesn’t normally finish his round till 7 or 8pm, but even for him this was LATE.
Appears that another Alton delivery person walked-out at 1pm. ‘Quit’ is what I was told.
We have had a lot of turnover.
I was expecting some copies of my latest meditation book, from Amazon, in the mail. Amazon said it was out for delivery. We had gone out for dinner and didn’t get back till 8pm. I checked the mailbox. No mail. So, I assumed my books had been delayed till the next day. Then I was out, with the dogs when I saw the headlights of the Jeep approaching. I knew immediately who it was. We talked. I told him to be ‘careful’. It is a tricky route — at night.
I hope they fix whatever the issues are at the Post Office. Nice crew — the last time I visited.
This article in the U.K. “Daily Mail” (the newspaper I still read everyday) about the “Craziest Laws By State” is definitely worth perusing. I had read a similar one a few years ago but had forgotten all of them.
The Maine law about no Christmas decorations after January 14 makes sense and should be applauded because there is also a fire risk if the decorations, especially dry trees, are indoors.
I am sure that tens of thousands of New Yorkers, right now, are breaking the law — the one that forbids the wearing of slippers after 10pm.