Just so you don’t get the wrong idea, sunny days are rare in my neck of the woods this time of year. We call it Gray May and June Gloom. We’ve only had a handful of sunny days since we moved out here. So below gives you a better idea what it usually looks like. Some days I have to force myself to get outside when it’s cold and windy even though it’s June. I did that today. For you.
At least we can tell the difference between the water and the sky now; not so earlier in the day.
Some pandemic humor. This is outside the home of the original undertaker in the area, built in the 1870s.
A very stylish mirror. And it’s free with all the other junk out at the curb.
That mirror came from this house. Go figure.
At least we know that the sun is shining just over the hills. And it’s probably warmer than 60F/15C.