Combating boredom. Rainy, cold and windy here today. Not much accomplished in the way of preparing the deck surface for zone 2.
Trudy was due home today but a snow storm in Red Feathers has delayed her return for at least one more day. She did manage a few moose photos. There are at least 3 moose hanging out near the cabin in Red Feathers right now. Today’s photo of our back yard was taken this morning. Snow in June you say. Yes indeed. It’s is Colorado and it is the Rocky Mountains and the cabin is at 8,400 feet altitude, so you get everything that comes with those conditions. Trudy has the distinction of having taken more moose photos than I have this year.
Happy thought inventory. Once Trudy returns home, I hope to take my turn to head to the cabin. It’s difficult for Trudy and I to overnight travel together. Her mother who lives with us is 93 years old and one of us has to be with her to see to her needs. Mom does pretty well, but we wouldn’t dare leave her unattended. A fall or any other incident in our absence could be bad news. Life has responsibilities and we take her welfare as one of our top priorities.
Supply status. No worries
Weed inventory. Plenty.
Laundry status. Three loads done, more towels and sheets to do. In progress.
No first-responder activity to report.
The hunkering down continues.
Still alive and well here in Denver.