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Just Kinda whupped today to go on about the way this society has eliminated our ability to enjoy clowns, or how our political choices ARE clowns, or how my company can turn a fifty-two inch long line on a piece of fabric into something that takes 7% of the actual time to cut the whole cover to draw, because instead of a line, it is 30 little +s that all have to draw twice.  No, I'm too tired to go into all that.  Why?  Because we had Laurie drop us off at Shoaff Park, to make our own way back home.  And so, I will show you views of that journey instead.

Here we are at the start of our trek around the Great Circle.

River's a bit up today.

The first part of our jaunt, there was plenty of shade and breeze to keep us refreshed.

The one goopy spot in our whole 3 5/8ths mile trek- and of course, we must wade into it.

The rarest of animal sightings- the American Golfer.

Hey, that was funny- got any peanuts?  Bobby G always does...

Once around the far pond...

Okay, Woody, hand me my five-iron...

Building something at the front entrance, likely a "welcome to" sign.  Your greens fees at work...

Mile and a half- break time!

Yahhhs, that's the ticket!

Okay, good enough.  Let's go!

Beautiful day.

The front pond was kinda like an avian Hee Haw.

Nuttin' to say outta him...

We saw two black squirrels.  This was the closest I came to getting one to pose.

And the big tree at the back entrance, rotten at the base, finally fell since last we passed this way.

Looks like the squirrels living in this tree overdid the insulation, lol

And here you have it, Farmer's Almanac is full of crap!  Blonde wooly worm = mild winter.

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