2019 Weekly Synopsis
GREETINGS FROM FAR EASTERN OREGON
~March 23, 2019
Everywhere you look farmers have equipment out, and they are doing all kind of farm work. Between here and the Stop sign on Alameda, they planted onions. That seems about right–we live on Onion Avenue.
Until recently, the morning temperatures were very cold and frosty. Even at midnight last night the temperature was still above 50-degrees. We spend a lot of time watching trains. I guess we are fascinated.
Well, pups have been leaving–Jackie couriered a puppy to the Oregon Coast for us. How fabulous it was for them to snag a ride with her. Today, his sister leaves –the family cannot wait to meet Astra!
This Week On the Blog…
We put out a call for help with material for our blog, and a few of you came through big time. We do so appreciate you understanding our need. Of course, it is an ongoing need. (Haha) I will most likely continue to beg.
We celebrated the fact that Ace is off to a fabulous start, but this week was covered in Cabela’s Celebration of Life. What a fabulous life she had too! Oh, and then we heard about Bella is who equally loved and getting a new sister on Sunday.
Sunday— March 17 — Breakfast Buddies
Monday–-March 18 — Cabela (Part One)
Tuesday — March 19 — Bella
Wednesday — March 20 — Cabela (Part Two)
Thursday –- March 21 — Cabela (Part Three)
Friday — March 22 — Ace (Part One)
On a very personal note
The Gardening Girls were here and we got our peas planted. What great help we had, too!
The garden is still calling–we have to get after it soon. What fun it is going to be again this year to garden with these girls–what a privilege. Cliff is trapping gophers–there is no shortage of them it seems.