oh, the marvel of modern travel. today finds us in ohio, here to visit with the wife's kin folk. a trip, which by car would take us the better part of three days, accomplished in a matter of hours.
you've heard me comment here on the lack of rain in little a'town. it seems the texas panhandle is not the only part of the country that could use a healthy sprinkling from time to time. around these parts, the trees are dropping leaves and the color is changing, three or four weeks early by report. there's a different look here. there's trees. so many trees, it's necessary to cut them down to make space for houses and farms. what a novel concept. but when i'm here i often comment "you can't see anything for the trees". i miss our beautiful sunsets, when i'm here.
there's a feel of fall in the air. this morning is cool, the humidity is not too bad today. i think i'll go for a run. up hill and down dale, that's another thing different about ohio. aio