Sunday, October 28, 2012

We've spent the weekend winterizing the homestead -
getting ready for the hurricane. We are (3) hours west
of the East Coast, so surging oceans won't
 be our problem - just gobs of rain and wind.

This is our last little bit of fall color we have.
By Wednesday, all the glorious
fall foliage will be gone.
Nature's way of housekeeping.

Already the dog is worried about his daily walk.

We brought in all the hanging baskets, and
tore up whatever was left of the flowers.
It's starting to get that bleak winter look.

They've lowered the water level
in the lakes so there is no chance of flooding.


The over flow is dry as a bone,
wait until tomorrow . . . Sandy will change all this!

1 comment:

  1. Good luck!! Put on a coat & take AJ out for his walk!


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