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Lacking Sunshine

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This past Sunday dawned soaking wet and drizzly. By mid-morning, the rain had stopped, but the day remained gray and chilly. All afternoon I was watching for the clouds to disperse, hoping for some sunshine to bathe us in warmth.IMG_1195 It wasn’t until the sun was dropping below our horizon that the golden solar glow began to appear.

Better late than never, I guess.

It made for some fantastic visuals. Even though we couldn’t see the sun, there were a few brief minutes where the rays lit up treetops in the distance beyond us to the east.

It was too late to do anything about warming us up, so I resorted to a campfire out back. Cyndie had cleaned out the barn and delivered a pile of the lumber scraps left over from the hay boxes I built for the stalls.

I decided it would make good fuel for a fire.

IMG_iP1197eIt did..

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Written by johnwhays

March 29, 2016 at 6:00 am

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