Eating curds and drinking from the bubbler in south central Wisconsin
Sure, fore works! Hey, Hurricane Michael is coming to visit after midnight tonight, yuck! Thanks for joining the Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!
Oh boy, Brian, I can see from later posts you're okay, but dang that's scary stuff.
LOL!! That is how we feel here...it literally has rained ALL SUMMER LONG!!!- Lisa
Hi Lisa, I liked your post about volunteering but had to log in to leave a comment, now sure what I was logging in to though.
Sure pretty color of leaves. Little birdie looks a little lostI took part in wordless wednesday
I think it was a skosh past peak this week, but still many amazing fall colors to see, peppy. Even the straw bird is cold.
I've never heard anyone say Fore in Frisbee golf, but I'll bet someone does.
I never stuck around long enough to hear what they say.
Dang, I thought I commented but I must not have yelled fore when I did!
Enjoy your one day without rain. I lived in Tillamook, Oregon in my youth. The average rainfall was in the low 90s. That's a lot of rain.Have a fabulous day. ♥
We've had a few rainless days but not enough with actual genuine sunshine, Sandee. I remember it was all rain and clouds when I visited OR.
LOL! Your post caused a big grin on my face today. We've had a lot of rain lately in middle Missouri with about 4 inches in 36 hours; another 1.5 inches last night and more on the way tomorrow! I am thankful for the rain since we've been in a drought, but enough!!!!
Our record was 10-13 inches overnight in August, but sure, 5.5 inches can cause some havoc. Glad it ended your drought.
bird looks happy with little "flood"
we only had 8 days of rain thank goodness, and finally today a little sun. Of course it's due to snow up to 3 inches on Sunday (again, we've had snow four times in a week) so I'm going to get out in the sun and show my tummy! Whee! (apologies to my neighbors) LeeAnna
Maybe they say Three! Not to be confused with Tree!
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