Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Over 300 bulbs, the first half of the order, have been planted. There are some species tulips, windflowers, several species crocus, spring flowering  iris bulbs, some star of Bethlehems, etc.With luck most of them will survive the winter and brighten next spring.  Clouds were heavy over Canada this morning.

On the way to Sandusky, I noticed the red warning lights on the energy producing windmills. Each tiny light represents one windmill. I haven't seen them since last winter but days are shorter now so when I'm traveling in the morning they are again visible.

On clear days it's much easier to see freighters on the horizon.

Nights are cool now, most trees are colored, and half of the leaves have fallen from them.

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