THINK POSITIVE! HUGS!
If we were having Coffee/tea, I would tell you to come inside and select your drink from the hot or cold drinks here. I didn’t have time to bake a great as this has been a very stress week. Let us go set on the patio and we can exchange stories with everyone. The weather remains in the 90s° Fahrenheit. There has been done wind but no storms. The rash on my arms is acting up again. So far the medicine is helping it. I have been reading a lot from my TBR pile and new favorites are being released.
The are is gearing up for this event, August 21. As Idaho is one of the areas that will experience experience totality, expecting around 500, 000. Nineteen counties will experience it. Ok hotel, motels, campgrounds and lots have been book for over a year. It will enter the United States on the Oregon Coast and move Easy leaving the county on the South Carolina south coast. It will enter Idaho at Weiser and I reach Boise around 11:20 AM MST. It won’t be a total eclipse here. The libraries will have free viewing glasses and we hope to get them. Traffic will be bad as he way for totality is by 2 lane highways which are often clog up. Have plenty of gas, food and water. This is the middle of the fire season so be prepared.
COLLARED by David Rosenfelt
NOT WHAT YOU THINK by Mary Marks
THE STALKING GROUNDS by Margaret Misushima
FIRE AND ASHES by Elaine Viets
A TOAST TO MURDER by Allyson K. Abbott
MURDER AT CHATEAU SUR MURR by Alyssa Maxwell
THE STEPCHILD by Joanne Fluke
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OMG it feels like a completely different world to me. Let us go set on the patio and we can exchange stories – I love that!
Have a great weekend!
I’m looking forward to Collared. I really enjoy that series.
My review is on Goodreads. I feel it is one of his best.
Thanks, I’ll look there for your review.
What is that bird in the water Betty? Thanks for sharing all the photos and hope the heat abates a bit
Glad you got some reading done. It’s nice when the TBR pile shrinks instead of grows! I’m going to miss the eclipse this year. I mean, I’ll see the partial eclipse, but not the full one. I have seen one full eclipse before and several partials. Have a good week.
I remember one as a child. We made special lens to look at the sun.
Back in the 60’s I remember a special lens we had. In the early 90s, I went to a planetarium and they looked through a real telescope. They used a huge telescope to project it on the side of a large building. Very cool. For the partials, I made a pin-hole device to display the eclipse on a sheet of paper.
That sounds like we made.
I’m not into football but the eclipse sounds like a bigger deal than the Super Bowl–and should be! My relatives in TN and KY are planning big parties for that day. In NM I’ll have to settle for second hand reports, but it is still exciting.
Sorry about your rash! I wonder if maybe the stress made the rash worse or if the rash made the stress worse. Either way–no fun!
I think the stress cause the rash as the arm was almost healed and it return full force the day of incident.
Maybe it will go away now that you have decided to do more on your own.
Great pictures. Thanks for sharing.
About the eclipse, both my daughters are heading to Oregon (Portland area) to see the eclipse. We have cousins up there. Hope you get to see it, not something you see every day.
Boise is just out the totality but we will see it and hopefully we can get the special glasses. I suspect they will go fast.