When I got back from the last little run, Fall was making its presence felt here in Southeast Ohio. Every time we sit down to eat I get to listen to Dad’s old radio and have Mom and Dad’s travel poster from the 30’s watch over me.
Pumpkins as of yet uncarved… it’s coming though!
Last Friday Vanessa and Izze and Ginger And Montana and I went up to the Ridges, where they had October hayrides around the grounds of the old insane asylum.
Such an interesting history… This asylum was still in use in the 70’s and it was built right after the Civil War.
We were riding around in an Amish horse drawn wagon… perfect in itself.
The girls stopped to take a look at the old cemetery.
Then as Saturday rolled around, my dear friends Marty And Jerry celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary and renewed their vows.
This is good stuff… you don’t hear about a lot of 50th anniversaries these days. Love these guys!
Loudon Sat down at Joe Berman’s old 1913 Chickering.
Loudon was marvelous, as always.
On Sunday, Vanessa and Izze and I sent to the Carpenter Inn to help celebrate Children’s Roshashana.
Carol and I played music for the service… my pleasure.
At home Izze sat down at the Yamaha and played ‘A Part Of Your World.’ Brought tears to my eyes!
Wonderful as Fall moves on!