Off to Lenoir in the morrow. Of course there is the punch-out list.Hang a couple blinds, store the old curtain rods and sort out keys. We have not been using the A/C in the house, just the attic fan. Well today we turned on the A/C and it said huh-uh, ain’t working.
A good friend, Derrick, came over and checked it out. The Thermostat is bad. He, with some help, jumpered the problem so it is now cooling. I hated the Thermostat anyway, it wasn’t for OLD FOLKS, I had to read it with a big magnifying glass. haha! He will replace the thermostat tomorrow.
The night before I start thinking of places we love. french quarter in Nawlins, ahhhh beneighs and chickory coffee! I never did figure the strings of garlic.
My Girl relaxing in Mercedes, TX. We had the whole park nearly to ourselves. (She will fuss about me putting this on)
Street in New Progresso, MX (Good dental work here before all the killings started!)
One of the Shuttle launches we were privileged to see, I believe this one was when John Glenn went back up.
Formation and pool inside Diamond Caverns, KY
And what are they looking at, these Kentucky Horses?
They are outside looking in at me and Gary. Got to like this mechanic and his choice in girls, Debbie and Terri, Places and folks have made our lives wonderful.
Yeah I think, and think, and think. Then I wonder why do I want to be everywhere, why can’t I just settle down (As my little sister Shirl says!) I honestly think that in your childhood something can set the course of your life. I was 7 or 8 when I heard Frankie Lane sing, “My heart Goes Where the Wild Goose Goes!”
Then there is Lapanto, AR, home of the ‘A painted House’, the movie was filmed here from the book by John Grisham.
And the rice fields, we had never seen them:
Then there was something very interesting in West Point, UTAH, The little miss Elsie Mae Darnell.
Thanks for going with me, more tomorrow night from Green Mountain.
I was born to wander, I was born to roam!