Bonnie, of Organic Discourse, put some May flowers on her blog. I do not know the names of many flowers, but we do see some beautiful ones as we walk.
Above is a red trumpet looking beauty. in the same yard, just up the street from us as we start our walk.
Above flowers of many in the trailer park we walk thru.. This park is on the river. I know the City Council regrets approving the park. But it is a well cared for park. Sherry and I have no aversions to a trailer park since many of our early years were spent in trailer parks.
We walk across this RR track (1/2 mile up from here) then over the track on this bridge. Sherry could not stand over the train when the cars came thru stacked two containers high, as these were, it appears they are going to hit the bridge, especially at this speed. I have been wanting to catch a train while on the bridge as we walked, I finally did.
Above two are the same yard. These houses are Remodeled Sterling Mill Houses. There is a use for old plates. Evidently no kid in the neighborhood has an air rifle. (OH).
The train car above is blocking the road, it has for a week, and the RR seems to be in no hurry to move it. I actually enjoy the graffiti, I wonder how many cans of spray paint it takes to paint a train car?
I like this ? Sherry told me it was a Camilla or a Gardenia.
WE are a half block from home and this field is covered with yellow wild flowers. Yep, I love the flowers of May, if I don't know their names.
I hope the Coach is repaired today and works perfectly. Twould be nice for the weekend to sleep in our bed!
As if I had't shown enough pictures, here is a nice truck.
I spotted this '34? Ford truck while waiting for this WWII fighter to land in Maine.