We drive by this place a lot. It was up for sale, but did not sell. Now they are going to renovate the old buildings. It's a little pricey!
|Repairs for only $1.4 billion!|
It is an amazing facility. It was creepy driving by when we first travelled this route.
They did work on it, extending it on the upper left, and adding something secret behind those tall gates!
Once, when we drove by, I could see the special forces with the dogs. That got my attention! They were all staring at us!
OK, some self-deprecating humour. Do you remember chair socks? I spotted them on Kay's blog post, and ordered some. It's been a while. Ours were covered in cat fur. It was time to wash them. It occurred to me to put them in a laundry bag, but I did not. Rookie mistake.
Do you know what happens when you wash them in an LG machine? They get caught in the little groove in the bottom. Six of them were hiding there, soaked, and I had to re-rinse them. I laughed so hard. 😅
Clever me 😉, I decided to keep on cleaning. It was time for the oven. Why not put them on top of the stove to dry?! I shall tell you. One melted on the back burner. Man did it stink. Glad I kept checking on them.
We had some air traffic yesterday, as President Biden is finally visiting. First, a Canadian plane. Then the 'no call sign' plane. As if no one knows whose it is!
On the ground they have been preparing.
|NOW, the city figures out |
how to block undesirable traffic!
But, back to nature. Fuzzy has been a busy fawn!
Up the hill, across the gully, can you see them? There are three sleeping, chewing their cud.
A sign of spring. You can see the grass in spots. I looked more closely under the silver maple tree.
You can see the daffodils starting up. It is a beginning!
And the tulips, just under the front deck! We've a microclimate here, facing south.
Indoors my orchid has a sunburn on the lower left leaf. I should have been watching it better. My bad.
I spotted a turkey vulture last weekend. Spring is here! (Old photo, as it was way up high!)
Everyone gets a mouthful.