(Report by Jim. Keith is feeling a little under the weather, so the Biscuit Report will have to wait.) A trip around the county last week shows how large the cherry harvest might be. Trees are bursting with fruit. The main photo shows several different stages of a typical cherry orchard, from young sapling to mature trees with fruit to dead… Read more »
A picture taking early afternoon with incredible cloud formations and just like that… dark clouds moving in. So far this season I’ve encountered on 3 occasions, bikers 3 abreast with one in the road. A few days ago a trio coming towards us was being passed by a driver looking at them while swinging into our lane forcing us off the road. … Read more »
On days that start out gray and overcast, it’s fun to seek out those little pops of color that surround us – cherries and flowers in this instance. It’s a beautiful, breezy day with sky peeking through the cloud cover by noon.
Lots of visitors enjoying the beautiful weather that in a few hours will change to rain. A front still on the other side of Big Blue is headed this way. The prediction is for rain starting around 8 pm and ending around 5 am tomorrow. Until then….. enjoy!
The aerial photo shown above was actually taken 12 years ago on May 19, 2004. If I could take flight today I venture to say… it would look exactly to same. The county is blessed with a fantastic show of cherry blossoms.
Today is the sort of day outside that defines why we are drawn to be in this place.