What a great day yesterday – Good photo shoot and a short 2 hour ride on Perla, did the daily mucking, and feeding hay – I helped with all that and for some reason was tired. Grandma made spaghetti and our friend gave us broccoli – we had desert while sitting by the bay — to bed early to read and sleep — Been reading this month about early fighter plane pilots and their experiences from little grade schools like I went to – to their years at war.
Oh, yea – the photos I promised – saving deer, clouds, wood, and Gulls for tomorrow or beyond:
First, this stone looks like a brain – You always said I have rocks in my head!
Second, I liked my mushroom heart so well, I decided to send you one with a pudding stone — Does that mean I have a heart of stone – not good!
Third — How about a baby Chick? Doe you see his head?
Now the school questions — I expect an answer kids!
Right here on Whitney Bay. Question 1. What kind of cactus does this look like?
Question 2. What kind of plant is it?
What in the world is this guy doing? – To get the answer, you must look at the photo I posted yesterday – the one that Marc sent .
- OK, if you did not look at it yesterday – I will show you now! I have one more question, what is that plaid item in the lower right quadrant of this photo?
It is a backpack of course – I count at least 6 of them in this photo – You young people are much smarter then we were at your age! Oh, I see no Grandpas my age at this event – but I do see a ghost cloud watching you.
I had dozens of these things — wore them around my neck instead of a backpack — they were of no practical value what so ever – could not carry my camera in them, could not carry a can of beer, bottle of water — nothing – why did we wear them?
With that I say “So long for today!”