Cattle farm produces lots of METHANE!! that must be cow wind!
The times are changing and the adaptation is evident and both things are needed now and in the future! Well done!
Greetings & Salutations, JLourenco
Grazing animals in front of a split rail fence: a timeless image of our collective heritage...juxtaposed to a sign of our times. Nicely done, Marilyn.
Many thanks, JLourenco and drmsaeedi.
Hank, I still haven't thanked you for your recent visit. Whether I say so or not, I do appreciate your comments. We've been back in Canada a week and a half. We were supposed to leave on a trip to Turkey tomorrow, but I fell late in July and, although I did no major damage, the minor damage has been slow in healing, so we canceled the trip. It hasn't been an easy time, but I've just started physio therapy and am just about ready to start writing "the book," so things are looking up.
Sorry to hear about the injury Marilyn, we don't heal the way we used to, do we? This was a Summer of distractions in general, although most were less painful and disruptive than yours.
Great news about your book, finally getting started. With that and the therapy, it looks like your're getting back on track. It's good to hear from you.
Greetings from Vila Cha, Vila do Conde - Portugal
Hello Marilyn, having read the above conversation between you and Hank Waxman I truly understand, why you didn't upload new fotos for quite a long time. I hope - two months later- you are better now. So let me wish you a blessed Christmastime and all the best for the New Year 2011. Kurt
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