If we were having coffee/tea, I would you in out the sun. We can sit on the patio and watch the activities of the parking lot. We brought Kato a new tree and he not tohappy with us. He has been sleeping on the floor as it cooler there. We haven’t reach 100 degrees Fahrenheit yet. To day I wil share with you some of our water pictures. The ones above were taken of the Oregon coast.
If we were having coffee/tea, I would tell about the fire onTableRock started at midnight with some shootings off of firecrakers. It burned 2,600 acres and one home. TableRock is a Boise icon. As children a hike from the north and of Boise was a must. It has been awhile since I have been there. The history of the mesa is interesting. I can remember when there sunrise services
If we were having coffee/tea, I would tell you about the Snake River Aquifer. It runs through southeastern Idaho. It sarts near Yellowstone National Park and the outlet is at Thousand Spring. The Minie Miller falls are above. It is the only falls not in used for fishing or electric power. It is a state park now. We spend time there volunteering as Preserve hosts.
If we were having coffee/tea, I would tell you that falls above are LemonFalls and Mesa Falls.
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JULY , I will have reviews on the following books :
A TOXIC TROUSEAU by Juliet Blackwell
READED TO DEATH by Terrie Farley Moran
DRESSED TO KILT by Hannah Reed
LOWCOUNTRY BOOK CLUB by Susan M. Boyer
July 6 TILL DEATH DO TART by H.J. Hanna
July 8 MURDER UNDER A COVERED BRIDGE by Elizabeth Perone
JULY 13 HOME SCHOOLING CAN BE MURDER by Susan Lyttek
From my TBR list DAE’S CHRISTMAS PAST by Joyce and Jim Lavene
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