Wednesday, November 28, 2012

ABC Wednesday - T is for Tractor






It was old and green and had been sitting out in the elements for who knows how many years.

The rust had taken over most of this antique tractor, and the seat was missing - whatever it had been made of was long gone.

She had a lot of good hard to find parts on her that someone who restored these old tractors should have wanted.

But we couldn't find a taker for this old girl.

So she ended up at the scrap yard.

A sad ending for a once fine machine that was someone's pride and joy back in the 1940's.





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Wednesday, November 21, 2012

ABC Wednesday - S is for Savory






The aromas around the house today have been just the best.

And tomorrow and the next day they are going to be just as good as today's.

The savory smells coming from the oven have had our mouths watering all day.

Preparing for the Thanksgiving Day meal might be a big job, but it is certainly one that is appreciated by the nose.

And the tastebuds will be too happy to have their turn on the big day.

Hope you each enjoy your Thanksgiving Day holiday in your own special way!














Wednesday, November 14, 2012

ABC Wednesday - R is for Ramp






It has been a while since I have contributed to the ABC Wednesday, but I do have a moment to make a post for this week.

Not a spectacular post, but an R one nonetheless.

This little ramp is located along the edge of the river by the mouth of the harbor.

It is right off the road, and to be honest, I really don't see how anyone cold use it without tying up both sides of the road - and the corner it is located on.

Bet there are some annoyed drivers when someone is launching a boat on this ramp!





This is the eleventh round of ABC Wednesday. If you would like to join in please visit this site for the details.






Monday, November 12, 2012

Light Snowfall





It is that time of the year again.

Time for autumn to begin her change into the next season - winter.

The first light snowfall has already arrived, but the remains only lasted a couple of days.

A small taste of what is to come.

The seasons come and go quicker now.

And as much as the cold sinks more into the bones as one gets older - I wouldn't change it for a warmer year round climate.

Although it does seem tempting at times.

Mother Nature's beauty abounds at all times, and how glorious the spring season is after the winter one takes it's leave.





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