Yesterday was a beautiful weather day. Jim fixed a blown fuse on the back-up camera, and a few other little chores. I lost my mobile home to an indoor flood and dealt with the related issues much of the morning and late in the day. Jim received news that Aaron Canvasser, a good friend of his died and he was feeling blue.
This is Aaron giving me a haircut on the first day that we met in 2010. He came to visit us where we were staying in Yuma. Then I gave him a haircut. He was so much fun to be around. It is a haircut I’ll never forget.
We didn’t feel like doing much so we drove around the park, took more swamp pictures. The swamp was gray and cheerless. I kept trying to find color.
Moving water and shadows produced an abstract.
This one tree near the boardwalk had three different pieces of tackle stuck in it.
This piece was hanging in the wind. The third piece was one of those yo-yos.
I talked to five fishermen on the board walk. This guy was using a baby crawfish for bait. He said he usually gets perch in this lake, and an occasional bass. None of them had fish yet. He told us about an alligator farm nearby.
The boardwalk here is lengthy and makes a pretty pattern.
A clump of iris. The green just emphasizes the gray of the cypress.
But, spring is just around the corner. I expect to see green leaves soon. We spent the late part of the day sitting outside for the second time this winter. It was comfortable enough to read our books and enjoy the fresh air right up to supper time. Life is good.