http-equiv='refresh'/> Tin TeePee/Log Cabin: A Very Warm Sunday

Sunday, July 17, 2011

A Very Warm Sunday

Now I think back to May and June when we had all the rain and how cool it was—it ain’t cool now!  But, compared to the rest of the US, it’s not bad! 

Nat joined us for lunch today—I made fake filet mignons, rosemary potatoes, salad, green beans, watermelon and cantaloupe.  After lunch Nat decided he wanted to try running the swather—Michael had started cutting our own hay—and Nat finished it this afternoon. 

I’ve been working on a Thimbleberry quilt for my Arkansas friend Marti and it is going well.  The gold thread makes the stitching really stand out.

About mid afternoon I heard Emmi upstairs whining—I went up to see what was wrong and heard someone knock on the door—it was our friend Jim who runs horses on the ranch we used to own—he had started down the hill over there with a trailer load of horses and his truck quit.  I ran him home in our truck and last I saw his son-in-law who is a mechanic had the truck going again. 

Michael finished the first cutting of hay on our neighbor’s place this afternoon and by the looks of him it was hot out there!

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  1. Let's hope this weather stays like this till Thanksgiving, your Thanksgiving, and then it could warm up just a little.

  2. Definitely warm out there but not over a hundred yet. Emmi makes a good door bell.

  3. Yes, what are fake filet mignons -- inquiring minds want to know:)

  4. We sure could use some that hot weather over here on the Coast. It's sure not summer here yet!

  5. Fake Filets.....Hmmmm, sounds like you may have run into a batch of phoney fish out there.


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