Project 365 – Week Forty-Six
Once again I have not done a good job of narrowing down the pictures I chose. And, really, on a couple of days I left out several pictures that I really wanted to use. Perhaps I should just do a blog post about those particular days.
Sunday, November 7th
Frozen bird bath! Dr. M poured hot water on it because when he looked out he saw some very confused looking birds trying to peck at the ice. They were most appreciative of his efforts.
Monday, November 8th
The Tax Time Pig was appropriately dressed for Veterans Day this week.
Dr. M was at school late on Monday because he was hosting a presentation by a Lewis and Clark re-enactor. This gentleman had walked most of the Lewis and Clark trail from the Ohio River to Oregon.
Tuesday, November 9th
Dr. M caught a dog fight in action!
Wednesday, November 10th
One of the many fields Dr. M passes on his way to and from school.
Thursday, November 11th
For some reason it amuses me no end that there are still dandelions in November. They're probably always there & I just never notice them.
Friday, November 12th
What! It's a picture of a deer herd! This one appears to be giving Dr. M the eye.
And, ho! Pictures of sheep! This was one of the days where I struggled – Dr. M got a lot of great pictures of sheep on this day.
Saturday, November 13th
Dr. M's birthday! He gave a (very well received) lecture at the Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati in the early afternoon, so we decided to celebrate by eating at the Hofbrauhaus by the river in Newport, KY. We were able to eat outside, which I thought was pretty amazing on November 13. Here he is with his one beer of the evening (I think one was enough, don't you?).
I decided to post pictures of what we ate. I did not eat all of that wiener schnitzel! I did try to eat all of my broccoli to balance it out. Heh. The apple strudel was absolutely fabulous.
Sunset in Newport. We had a great time – I was so glad that Dr. M enjoyed his day.
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