Once again, yesterday was a BLUR! Argh! This is becoming a way of life!!!
We rushed out the door yesterday to get Michelle off to school. What a surprise to see a hefty coating of frost all over the Explorer’s windows. The good news is that it did come off rather easily, so we darted up the hill, knowing the defroster would hasten the meltdown! The back windows, where there is no direct warm air, took a little longer, but Michelle snapped a photo of the sun beaming in brightly through the rear window.
It was a very chilly morning, but with the meterologist’s forecast of a fantastic sunshiney and warm day, who cared? As we began the descent down the other side of our hill, the scenery was nothing short of awesome. The low clouds dangling over Canandaigua Lake looked like snow-covered mountains.
Hastening toward school, I noticed something amiss as we approached Canandaigua!
I dropped Michelle off at school, then headed back to the state park marina. Sure enough, the Canandaigua Lady is dry docked; she is sitting cordoned off in the middle of the parking lot! From the looks of it, there is quite a crew working on her!
As I turned to leave the park, I had to take one last photo. The sun’s golden autumn rays lit everything up like it was self-illuminating! Oh my! The geese sitting on the pond with the willows reflecting off the water…
AND, today’s forcast is a “ditto” with only one variation….WARMER!