The last blog mentioned our trip to Homecoming at Emory and Henry this past week-end. On the way, we stopped in Abingdon where we stayed with a very good friend who operates a superb bed and breakfast there. We took some time to walk along the street and poke around in a shop or two. Unfortunately, I neglected to take the camera and regretted it when I saw the first lamp post display. When we were in the car later, I attempted to photograph what I thought was such a good thing to share with you. Let's see how these two pictures will appear here.
|Are you able to see the display on the corner?|
|Heading west into town.|
Well, I am disappointed in myself because I have failed to show you the cute little ghosts that were attached to the lamp posts where the bales of hay and corn shocks were positioned. They were on each post and just a cute as could be! They would light up at night!
When we were leaving town on Sunday, we stopped at the gas station. Crossing the sky were at least 50 geese in several groups. Some of the groups were more successful than others in forming the customary v-shape. I have never seen that many geese flying together before, and it was really exciting to me to see them! Taking a picture was almost impossible as they were not near enough for good focus.:-(
There may be a recipe with pictures in the next post! You never know!:-)
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