A drizzly wet day but at least it wasn’t freezing cold. A drive down around Bayfield’s harbor and a damp walk in the cemetery rounded out the day.
|THE BOAT SLIPS ARE BEING TAKEN OUT OF THE RIVER TO BE STORED OVER WINTER|
|ONLY SEVEN OR EIGHT BOATS ARE LEFT IN THE WATER|
|WE HAVE PASSED OUR PEAK AUTUMN COLORS AND LEAVES ARE NOW FALLING|
GROANER’S CORNER:(( My husband was building shelves in our bedroom and, intending to continue his work the next day, left some tools on my dresser, including a hammer, screwdriver, and chisel. The following morning, while I was in front of the dresser combing my hair, my teenage daughter walked in. “Hi, Mom,” she said, taking a look at the dresser. “Fixing your face?”