SFH Journal: 2018-04-29

Weather: It was partly cloudy and very windy most of the day. The high temperature was a chilly 55º. (Detailed Summary – click here.)

Sunday: This was a (needed) day of rest. All centered around Mass, Communion, and family. Of course, we did our simple chores. The gardens were watered. Because a ‘Freeze Warning’ was issued for our area, we covered the cherry tomato plant in the herb garden.

Plantings: Nothing to report

Harvest: Nothing to report

Daily Highlight: Washing dishes has strangely become one of my favorite things. In Hawaii, rainbows were always in view as I performed this chore. In Idaho, I was treated to magnificent sunsets.

So, when we moved to Serendipity Farmhouse I wondered what visual delights would accompany evening kitchen cleanup. I soon learned that grazing steers and sheep, along with the view of surging waters in our river would be a common scene.

This evening was not so common. I spotted the unique signature image of a bald eagle emerging from behind a large sycamore tree and circling upwards on the center of a thermal. The evening sun highlighted the sharp contrast between its black body and white head and tail. It was a majestic display of power and peace in ascent.

2 thoughts on “SFH Journal: 2018-04-29”

  1. A kitchen window view is the best thing. I learned that after our first house had the beautiful view of–our next door neighbor’s kitchen window. Wooo.

    I hope nothing froze there (or here)!

    1. I have had to wash dishes on a submarine and in a Howard Johnson restaurant. Not quite the view I have now. – – Thankfully, nothing froze.

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