"Little summer" has arrived. Half way through the week, the winds picked up and blew the clouds away. Well, for the most part. The sun has come out and we're soaking it up. It's been raining later in the evening, but we're enjoying blue skies during the day.
A little update on the bridge. Progress is slow, but they seem to be working hard every day and getting things done.
For all of you who have visited Hush Valley Lodge, I'll try to explain what you're actually seeing in the picture below. For those who have never been (yet), none of this will matter much, so indulge me, please.
This picture is taken from the road leading up to our driveway. If you turn right, you'll be heading towards Trinidad. If you turn a sharp left, that's where the man-made dirt bridge is located. On the other side of the river where the yellow digger is resting on the edge of the bank is the road that leads to Copey. And that building is Martin's restaurant.
In other news... you know how some women wear yoga pants as active wear... it makes some of us feel like maybe by just wearing them, they will inspire the action of 'doing' yoga... but who are we kidding?
Well, since it was so beautiful outside last Wednesday, I decided to get my yoga mat out and do a bit of stretching (I couldn't even be bothered to change into my yoga pants). Within minutes, Bobbie McGee was licking my face and lying on my mat. I thought maybe if I just cuddle with her for a little while, she would calm down and stop distracting me. Oh, she stopped distracting me alright... I fell soundly asleep! And my dear Kevin snapped this picture of me slacking off. Needless to say, no stretching happened on that mat that day.
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