Adventure Number Two, Tuesday


Here’s part one in case you missed it.

My sister has been dying to share the adventure of walking the Ginormous White Slobbering Dog around the hayfield, but mornings suck and by evening the thought of walking a mile is a bit much for this arthritic 37 year-old. So, because solving problems is what she does, she used the Christmas gift we got her as a backup plan. She and Jill and Danny would walk the dog while pulling a big black sled. When I got pooped, I climbed in. We need a team of horses, but Lois and Jill work for now. 🙂

It gets dark here around 4 pm this time of year, but the factory next door has a really bright light that reflects off the snow and makes it possible to walk in the field at night. Also, the camera has a night function and a great flash, so I was able to get a few snapshots of our adventure.

Thanks, ladies! Click on the first picture to start the slideshow/ Gallery view.

2 responses to this post.

  1. Merry Christmas and happy holiday… 🙂

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