Yes, today is two post day! That is partly because my little netbook went out online and caught a virus on Friday evening! I have no idea what I did or where I went to make that happen….I went to the same places I always go, but ended up with a stupid popup that warned me of the twelve viruses my computer picked up. For a mere $79.99, they would magically disappear!
I knew better than to proceed, so I shut the computer off and told Mark about it. He was busy with paperwork on Saturday, so I didn’t want to bother him to fix the computer. On Sunday morning, it only took him about twenty minutes to rectify the situation. I am so happy he knows how to eliminate these bothersome bugs!
After fixing the netbook, we decided a Sunday drive was in order. Destination: Geneva. Before we went out, I washed the Subaru to get rid of the grungy salt that was covering it. I grabbed Murphy, put him in the back seat, and we were off! Mark opened the moonroof, and off we went. Yes, it was so warm, we could actually comfortably drive with the roof open! Murphy greatly appreciated it….his nose was working hard in the back, sniffing out all the scents entering!
I was anxious to see if there was any migrating waterfowl at Seneca Lake, but was disappointed when we saw none. We drove through the park at the north end of the lake and couldn’t believe all the people out enjoying the summerlike weather! On our way back home, we stopped at McDonald’s and picked up an ice cream cone. We bought it specifically for Murphy.
Oh my goodness!! The wee lad ripped into that cone and enjoyed every bite! He doesn’t get such treats very often and he was over the moon!
photo after photo of the incredibly colorful skies. Too bad we were kind of bouncing along at fifty-five miles per hour! Since I couldn’t quite settle on one specific photo, here are a few….
Lucky for you….my SD card was now full, so I couldn’t take another photo!
However, I did save my favorite one for last. We had stopped at a tiny pond located right along the highway. It is a designated wetland area for migrant birds. At first, I didn’t see any, but upon closer inspection, there were a few Canada Geese.
As you can see, the sunset was just beyond astonishing! It was such a great way to end an enjoyable day!