Vol XVI – #180 – People Enjoying a Beautiful Day in the Land of Delight


   A beautiful day in the Land of Delight then Clouds moved in mid afternoon with rain forecasted for tomorrow.  We put the boat away and attached the top on the Jeep.  Biscuit and I enjoyed 5 months riding around roofless, but the mornings are getting cooler and more rain is in the forecasts.   

Vol XVI – #176 – Rain Possible South of M72


At sunrise the southern sky looked very threatening, this being supported by TV weather persons calling for rain south of the Big City by the Bay.  Our visit to Van’s Beach showed clearing to the Northwest.  I really don’t know if it ever rained south of M72. The crowds have disappeared from town and of course Fishtown too. This will… Read more »

Vol XVI – #175 – Day After Day… Nice


This time of the year, it’s generally the best time of the year… here anyway.  Cooler nights and just right daily highs make for the perfect combination.  Another plus is that you can find a parking place in town. We are saddened to announce the passing of Dave Sprout. Below on the Biscuit Report is the crew from Deering Tree… Read more »

Vol XVI – #174 – Meggen’s Monday


This morning, we had clear skies overhead, now decorated with a few puffy clouds. Today’s second and third photos are iPhone “shots over the bow,” at sunset last night and late afternoon Saturday. These days have been and continue to be pure delight!    

Vol XVI – #172 – Boats and Cars On a Beautiful Day


Earlier this week the forecast for today wasn’t too good…  rain!  Well it didn’t happen that way.  The sky opened up with billowing white clouds and on a background of blue and it was a great day to enjoy some beautiful old cars and boats.     

Vol XVI – #171 – Trees Surgeons at Work


Watching these guys take these dead Ash trees down just wears you out.  We have been a captive audience since 9:00 this morning.  This is hard work.   Not only do they remove the dead they keep the good ones alive.  Deering has been treating two beautiful Ash Trees, male and female, for many years in our front yard.  They are about… Read more »