Well, I was last night!
We went out late yesterday afternoon….a drive to Sauder’s (the Mennonite store in Seneca Falls) was in order to purchase some freshly-picked apples. When we got there, Mark was a tad disappointed that the selection was a bit meager. We did decide to try several varieties. I even picked up six 20 ounce apples to try for a pie. In looking at them, I think six might be too many for a pie…those apples are ginormous!
Mark has been trying to resurrect one of our computers for Ben. Mark’s (ancient) Dell laptop seems to have finally given up the ghost and although Ben would like another laptop, Mark is on a NOMORELAPTOPS binge. My three year old Dell EXP recently decided to become a bit cantankerous and is now sitting and waiting for Dr. Mark to diagnose. Yesterday, Mark was looking for a keyboard with a PS2 (I think that is right, anyway?) adapter so he could boot up the computer…..we looked in a couple different stores to no avail. The adapter is passe…gone….argh.
Ben asked to stop at a thrift store as we were passing by. Mark pulled in and as we waited, Angus, as always, perched on Mark’s lap to look out the window. Angus is such a funny little Scottie….always keen, alert, and wanting to see everything that is happening!
Even to the point of watching passing vehicles!
I have a terrible time sitting still in the truck. I started looking about to see if there was anything “picture-worthy”. At the end of the parking lot was a stack of huge crates. I am thinking they look like those used for shipping apples, although the one with writing that says “crisp and spicy” kind of threw me off. Cannot think of an apple filling that description!
Yes, although that golden “honey” sun was illuminating the crates, I favored this photo in black and white.
We began our westward drive home in debilitating, blinding sun. I cannot even imagine how Mark was able to see! It was terrible; a band of bikers (about six bikes) pulled over to the side of the road and hopped off. Mark wondered if perhaps the sun had become too strong for them. We made it the fifteen miles from Geneva to Canandaigua where Mark stopped at McDonald’s as per Michelle’s request.
After going through the drive-thru, I asked Mark to stop so I could grab a photo. I walked around the store, trying a couple different angles before settling on this one.
I really liked this photo, using it in my daily journal as well. Michelle favored it in black and white, saying it was “more dramatic”….hmmm, what do you think?