I headed over to Mike Cary’s Tire store, bright and early, (for me), around 9:30 Tuesday morning to replace a couple of worn tires on the Buick.
In case you
are a newer reader, I have been taking the car to Mike Cary ever since I
first moved to Redding. I have written a few posts about my mechanical
adventures, (Read Here), and feel very fortunate to have Mike's expertise and friendship to help me maintain the 1995 Le Sabre LTD.
Now that I have 2, trustworthy, new tires on the car, I can feel more secure when I drive down to Richmond this weekend to play with Leona and Marian, where I am the “P” in the LMP Trio.
The LMP Trio is playing at the opening of a new exhibit at the Richmond Museum of History on Sunday.
The warm temps
outside came in handy when the dryer didn’t quite finish drying the
waist of these shorts. Sandi hung them, discretely, on the porch and
they were dry in minutes.
We have been
having some extra warm weather, here in Redding, so it will be quite a
difference to spend a couple of days in Richmond where their high temps
match our low temps. I haven’t worn a long sleeved shirt since my last
visit to Richmond.
Inside my apartment, I use the A/C to keep the temp at a cool, (compared to 100 outside), 75-80 degrees.
at the ‘Treehouse Monday Musicfest’ with Peggy Richardson on piano, I
was outside the dining room on the patio taking pictures, when I
happened to look down and saw that the Sterling rose had proffered
another flower for pollinators to peruse.
it had fully bloomed and will likely begin ‘un-blooming’ tomorrow as
the 100 degree breeze drys and dismantles it’s petals during the day. I
am glad I saw it and got these pictures.
I didn’t see
it coming. I think I am diligently watching all the Treehouse flora for
buds and new growth, but sometimes there is a treat, like this Sterling
Today’s Pleasant Video;
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