Monday, February 27, 2017

Water Water Every Where

"Never swap horses while crossing a stream."
This was the Plymouth State Parking lot when the river rose over it's bank.. Not a fun call home for the kids.

As you can see it had gone down 6 inches by the time we saw it.
This is the amphitheater where we have the summer concerts. 
The trees would be about 2 feet in from the banking and that would be the electrical box for the bands about 5 feet tallk yikes.

We are being visited by four turkeys everyday it seems. 
Hummm are they trying to tell us something?

And speaking of turkeys, I get to the dump and see this ott light.
I jump out the car load it in all the attachments were there including the receipt. I ran and bought a new bulb nope.. Husband looks at and it is dead,deader than a door nail. :( I was so hoping to get a free ott light. Well the dump has a great return policy so back it goes I have already returned the bulb.

Since my husband and I finished the Downton Abby series (again)
from the library. I picked this CD up.I had never watched it before, I love it! Season two in April it is so wonderful (PBS)
I have been reading anything to stay away from hooking, what my problem is I don't know? but I have to get back to it!
Have a great week
Loyalty in little things is a great thing


Connie said...

John got me that DVD series for Christmas or birthday or something but I haven't sat down to watch it all yet. I did see one or two episodes when it was on TV and I liked it too. We are big fans of D A too.
Too bad about all that flooding. :(

Rugs and Pugs said...

Floods are so devastating! So sorry for the people affected.
I could not hook without my Ott lite. Worth every cent.
Hugs :)

Julia said...

Wow, the flooding looks serious. We're hoping it won't flood over here as we live very close to the river. The snow has been meting fast.

Sorry about the Ott light. It would have been a great bargain if it worked.

I never watch the Downton Abby series. but would like to see it some day. Life seems too busy.
I hope that you and your family are safe from the flooding.

Hugs, Julia

WoolenSails said...

I saw that on the news tonight, they really got hit with the floods.
I haven't seen our turkeys in ages, guess they are hiding for the winter.
That would have been nice if it worked, I have two, one clamps and the other lifts up, hardly use them.


Saundra said...

Wow, I'll have to check out to see if I have to pay to watch the first season. If not I'll binge watch Home Fires season 1 and record season 2. Thanks for the heads up.

So sorry for all the water, seems everyone has experienced that scenerio over the past couple years ~ including me.

moosecraft said...

Wow! That's a lot of water! Hopefully it has gone down to normal by now. There are so many "daylight" lightbulbs on the market now, it doesn't make the OTT light seem as great as it once was. I have a desk lamp OTT and the lighting gives me a headache. If you lived closer, I'd gladly drop it off this afternoon! :-)

Farm Girl said...

Oh good a new series I have never heard of from the BBC!! I love British T.V.
Aw too bad, I was hoping you had found a great Ott Light.
I have had the hardest time hooking lately. I need to get over it too. I think it is that I am not happy with my patterns.
So much rain!!! I am glad you were safe.
Have a lovely day.

yaya said...

Wow, those pics of the flooding are scary! Hope all is well by you. I've never heard of that series before but I'll keep my eye out for it. I love the BBC. I guess you're the "winner, winner, turkey dinner!"