I am not sure what to call this building, nor what its proper name is, but it suctions the sewer to where ever it should be going.
Thursday night there was fire in the men’s restroom. You can see the blackened smoke on top of the door.
The toilet paper is having fun swinging in the wind.
My neighbor’s blooming plants. I wish he would be here to enjoy them.
Sam Byler from Kentucky is back in Pinecraft for a booster shot or two. The squirrels like him too, providing nobody else feeds them peanuts.
A portion of the sunset tonight. The sunset keeps changing colors. Tonight it was mostly shades of pink.
I don’t know if this is the only pully cloth line in Pinecraft. This is a fairly new cloth line.
When squirrels are hungry and fearful, they flatten themselves as much as possible and devour their peanut.
There is a small hole in this bunch of Spanish Moss. I try to imagine what bird would build a nest in here?
The Sunday Chess game.
Autumn/Fall decorations. After living here for ten+ years a person feels and sees the seasons come and go. They are just different from up north.
New babies at Lapp’s Bike Shop. After midnight Sailor gave birth to four Mini Golden Doodle puppies. They will be for sale in time for Christmas gifts.
Henry from Somerset Pennsylvania delights in feeding the squirrels. He was my right hand man tonight.
Reaching for the flowers.
Mosquitoes love Zoie, so Mom rubs essential oils for protection.
Annie returns the kiss