My husband and I drove a couple hours away to attend his aunt's funeral today. The time flew by for me, as I snapped over 500 photos there and back. I told Larry I should know better, but I've had some happy accidents when some of the photos have turned out OK. He said that's good, considering that the best photos are taken using a tripod. LOL
There was a 50% chance of snow today. They thought it would start a little north of our destination. It was so cloudy both ways, that you couldn't even see the clouds, but we only saw a couple minutes of snow trying to fall. To see skies from all over the world, click on the SkyWatch Friday link in the side bar.
I was able to get a photo of the farm vehicle in front of us alone, but liked the contrast of the other cars with it, even though the quality of the photo isn't the best.
I have always loved Saint Edward, even though we rarely go there. I remember going there more often about 25 years ago, when our kids were small. The town has a good feel to me. A number of years ago, one of Larry's cousins and I went on a garden tour, and I'm pretty sure this property was one of those we saw. I love the look of the house.
Larry's grandpa, then uncle, and now cousin run this newspaper. She actually does different kinds of printing here, and does the newspaper in a near by town.
On the way home, the sun came out for awhile, enough for some clouds to be visible instead of the straight gray.
I took a bunch of photos of trains because our grandson loves trains right now.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!