I wrapped-up a 4-day weekend yesterday by spending much of the day with Faith at The Great New England Airshow. The other days were spent working on the garage project so, I have pictures to share but few words.
This may become the pattern for the next several weeks. With good weather, I am planning to schedule long weekends to work on my garage. Three or four days of construction is enough to complete a significant chunk of work, but after that, it’s nice to get a break.
Speaking of breaks, that’s what you’re catching today. I have some pictures from my walks with Maddie, and update or two on the garage project and a teaser from the airshow. You can catch the story in the captions.
I hope you have a wonderful week, and, as always, thanks for visiting No Facilities.
These two have declared a temporary truce, since they both have a peanut.
The inner rafters have been added and the roofs hvae been covered (just to keep the structure dry).
The top has been “flattened” – The remaining structure will be added after the hoist is moved, so the structure won’t get in the way.
That’s a WWII battle flown Spitfire performing at the Great New England Air Show.
This baby bunny in in our yard. This is waht you see when you sit with Maddie.
Maddie and I are walking quietly around the bunny.
It rained overnight. That means water drops.
That’s a WWII Spitfire being chased by a WWII era P-51 – the Great New England Air Show.
Sometimes, a Blue Jay steals the squirrel’s peanut.
“Thanks for the peanut!”
Maddie sees it – she knows we’re going the long way today.
“We’re going the long way around the park.”
They are heading south, but they look a little disorganized.
No clue, but pretty.
“Mmmm, I got a peanut.”
The old playground, when kids moved and toys were stationary.