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|Nov 29, 2020|
This Cornoavirus year, I’m thankful for a happy, healthy family. Our nuclear family is doing fine; school and work are generally treating us well.
Our extended family is almost all well; some troubling news from the west coast. But overall, we’re doing very well.
Thankful for a lovely meal, with contributions from each of us. I am quite fond of Robert’s cornbread. And the Turkey Sarah pulled off is great!.
(Present tense because with just the three of us, there were plenty of Thanksgiving dinner leftovers.)
Thankful to see Robert fully licensed (provisional) as a driver. He and I took a final check out drive together on Friday to complete a program with our insurance company to give us a small break on teenage boy car insurance rates.
He’s cautious and aware and will be fine on his own. But we’re not getting the WRX STI rally race Subaru…
And thankful for a beautiful set of vacation days. Robert was biking on the mountian bike trail, Sarah getting her five mile walk around town and I was having fun mostly staying warm enough on the river.
Now if we can get that vaccine out and stamp out this virus, we’ll have a really great 2021!
|Nov 08, 2020|
Another beautiful day
It’s hard to get better than 70 plus degrees in November with blue skies and leaves turning…
A very pretty day to be on the river.
I paddled up the gorge to wet bottom chute and really enjoyed the warm air and clear water. The level was a bit down but not too much, still plenty fun for me.
Sarah and Robert took off in different directions on their bikes to enjoy the day.
And we all met back up at home.
I’m not sure what the cats would do if they saw a heron. They pay attention to the birds flying around the front porch. But nothing bigger than a cardinal.
|Nov 01, 2020|
Good start to November
It started out gray and rainy this morning.
But the the rains moved on out and the afternoon was actually quite nice. Better than it looks in the photo. There was starting to be some blue patches in the sky.
Nice to be able to get on the river today and stop looking at the news.
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