Well, on a dock by a canal, actually.
After our brief excursion to Chesapeake City yesterday, we drove east and then came back along the canal roads, stopping here to take in the view.
This is the Summit Bridge, the next bridge to the east of the Chesapeake City Bridge.
And I like this view, as well. (Hey, I must be feeling much better).
It was wonderful here in the sunshine on a beautiful October day. In the very center of the photo, you can see the Chesapeake City Bridge in the distance. And just to the right of it, we see what looks to be a tug pulling a barge.
It’s the Path Finder, a tugboat out of Chesapeake City. These little boats always surprise me with their immense strength.
It’s pulling the Chesapeake, a barge based in Philadelphia. I only know this because I read the writing on the sides and the back.
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I am beginning to get my strength back and am so glad of it, although I wasn’t able to return to work this week as I’d hoped. I miss my work, my friends and co-workers, the children.
For now, Survivor is on (my husband’s favorite show) and it’s a good one tonight. The good Russell was removed from the game due to health issues and that rotten little monster (the bad Russell) remains in the game. He is a feisty little
My first movie came today in the mail! My friend, Dlyn, sent me a coupon for a free month of Netflix and I signed on. This afternoon, I watched I Love You, Man. Was not impressed. I really thought it would be funny, although I did laugh out loud two or three times. I have better ones coming from my list, though although I’d love to hear your suggestions on a good movie to rent.
Until tomorrow, my friends . . .