Saturday, September 13, 2014

Saturday Night

 
 Tonight when I started out biking I was fascinated at this blue parking lot. Normally it is not blue, but I think it was a reflection from the sky.
David has help in putting new tile into this apartment, getting it ready for winter residents.

 I biked to the park and immediately sensed something happened, although everything appeared peaceful. It simply looked like somebody got kicked out of some place and then moved to the park. The bedding is soaking wet.

 No one around. The crocs on the creek bank and the hat on another picnic table. I left the park.

Thursday, September 11, 2014

The Best of Life at the Park

 The best of life at the Park is: 
Visiting at the pavilion.

 Karl at work getting the apartments ready for winter residents.
 
 A fat necked Great Blue Heron. Looks like he got dinner stuck in his throat. He looked at the peanut I offered him but he didn't want it so he walked off.

 Good table manners.

 Tonight was the Shuffleboard Tournament. There were only two teams. 
 
 The other side of the boards.


Tuesday, September 9, 2014

2015 Pinecraft Calendar

 
The Pioneer bus came in today. In the luggage compartment were five boxes of these calendars stowed. So now I am ready to advertise the new 2015 Pinecraft Calendar. The theme is children. If you are the parent of any of these children, please send me your name and address and receive a free calendar. 

The price is $18. This price includes shipping and handling. Please make check payable to Katie Troyer and send it to my mailing address, which is 3422 Schrock Street, Sarasota FL 34239. A few asked me to send them a calendar and then they will pay, but I don't want to fill charge orders. 

These calendars are also available at Yoder's Amish Village and at Der Dutchman's in Sarasota. I also sell them from the back of my bike for $17 each.

Monday, September 8, 2014

Blooms and People

 Tonight I took my camera and went outside, not knowing what I am going to shoot but something, anything... The empty streets are starting to wear on me. It is time for Snow Birds to come back and it will be only about 4-6 weeks until the first ones arrive to stay. 

All summer we have been having the right amount of rain to keep the lawns green and blooming and I have been seeing various shades of red flowers. 

 I never know how long I will be outside for it all depends who else you just happen to meet. I was at the park when Enos came in and right behind Leroy pulled up. It didn't take long before the group doubled in size. And the next thing I knew it was dark, so we all went home.
 
For the last couple of summers quite a number of people were here to doctor. But this summer not many came. This is only the second couple I remember coming down to doctor. 

Sunday, September 7, 2014

A Few Sunday Shots

 Darrel, the painter. I haven't seen him in a long time, that is until today.

 Have a seat.

Five wall flowers.

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

My Evening.

 I was out biking tonight. I had a dinner invitation with Eli and Bonnie, but I took a rain check for tomorrow. I needed to bike, and bike fast and furious. I had been at my computer almost all day and knew what I had to do tonight. 

So I biked down to the park. Two squirrels met me almost as soon as I turned in. One of them took the peanut from my fingers and the other didn't. They both like me, they just don't like each other. 

I noticed these Trumpet flowers trumpeting  over the vines that tangle and strangle them.
  
 Then it started thundering in the distance and the skies became yellow.

 And turned a different shade behind Erma's house.

It became dark and foreboding, enough so to bring people out of the house. Then it thundered a bit, and lightened a bit and rained a bit. That is it... 

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

This and That

 Dawn getting her exercise. I love her bike. she is artistic and so it will get some more decorations. 

Sam Fisher and John doing some visiting. 

 It is Wednesday night and so the Shuffleboard is being used.

 Peek-a-boo

The ending of another beautiful day.