caused a terrific storm with 6" of rain and wind gusts to 60 mph as he swirled up the East Coast.
As I was fretting over the need to move our rig forward out of the tree line (Wallace pooh poohed that idea) down came this Aspen tree top. Sorry about the reflection...I'm so glad it landed in the yard!!!
We woke Saturday morning to no power. It was not until Monday when it was finally restored. That meant no electricity and no water...which makes for a miserable time.
Monday we were treated to a whale watching trip with the YCC kids. Our boat left out of Eastport where this Navy ship was docked. They come every 4th of July and give tours. We did not see any whales, but we had a good time.
This past week, we found a lost dog...she is now back home with her owner. Wallace found a diamond ring and found the owner...here we come to save the day!!!
We are again taking water readings at the impoundments, and doing a wildlife survey at the Edmunds Division.
Mowing and weedeating has been keeping us busy as well.
Got the okay from our biologist to remove these neglected bird boxes. They really were an eyesore.
Wallace has been routing more signs to replace the old wooden ones.
I will be filling in at the office this week since Peggy is on vacation.
We have a list of things we see that need to be done. We don't run out of things to do.
Until next time...