* Or How ‘Bout a Pontoon Ride Through a Space-Time Vortex?
‘Twas the last day of spring, June 20, 2015. Six brave souls ventured out onto the biggest lake on the chain, Carlos, for a late evening (3-hour?) tour. The sky was ominous from the beginning . . .
We left the “garage” and boated to the north end of the lake to smell the camp fires. Carlos State Park appeared to be SRO with regard to campers. On the way back home, we were treated to a lovely rendition of heat lightning from somewhere over . . . Lowry (?), and a crescent moon forming a perfect triangle with Venus and Jupiter. Just a spectacular evening in Vacationland USA! (Thanks again to our hosts!)
Well, since we seem to have extra space, our first boat ride on our lake, beautiful Lake Darling, in over a year on June 9th . . .
The Super’s gardens are coming into full bloom and the trees we planted nearly 14 years ago are started to provide total privacy from the road . . .
Friday night coming home from a Bug-A-Boo performance by Professor Miltich, the sky was ominous leading to overnight thunderstorms (almost 2 inches of hard rain) that rendered the Super’s peonies downcast . . .
Marriage is an alliance entered into by a man who can’t sleep with the window shut, and a woman who can’t sleep with the window open. ~ George Bernard Shaw
Up next: Whatever happens next? BTW, this is the 700th blog posting, yet another milestone! 🙂