Psalm 90:10, "The length of our days is seventy years—or eighty if we are strong....
It is still dry in the garden, And warm also. But the season and chores need to go on best as possible. We are cleaning out the garden as crops fad and go through there season. Something like us, we fad away also and are then replaced by a new crop of human life. As best we try we can not stop the seasons, And for good reasons. We are not going to plant fall spinach and radish this year. It is because of the dryness and also I am tired. The git up and go has got up and gone. I have many things to do before freeze up so I need to prioritize what I do with my productive time
Since I have written last I attended the Brothers Fishing Trip. It was a success. There were six of us out of seven still with us. I have not seen two brothers for a couple of years. It was a good time and many fish were caught also. What is note worthy is that we all get along, No fighting or jealousy. Our mother is looking down with a smile on her face, along with all of our past family. I Love my brothers, but it is nice to catch more fish then they do. Next week I need to take the boat back with us north. It will be good to get the biggest part out of it out of my garage here. I cannot fit the whole thing in as the Flea Market inventory blocks the way.
Speaking or should I say writing about Flea Markets we took in one last Sunday as attendees not venders. It was a new flea location for us to visit. Being a Sunday of a Saturday and Sunday there was a small crowd and the inventory was picked over. But it was a nice day, It is not a long drive and I did manage to find a couple of good buys. We will go back at some time, Most likely next fall. The market is only held spring and fall, that being twice a year.
Now Lukas and Levi I am going to give you a phone call and find out how the chickens are doing.
I hope you all have a Blessed Evening