TIS THE SEASON – December 15, 2015

Well look who’s still here!

I’ve been very busy working on my teardrop trailer and have not been walking. While I’m on my feet a lot each day it’s just not the same so I’m going to try and get in a little more walking and blogging.

I know it’s been too long and I’ve been getting “mail”, if you know what I mean, so here’s a little taste of today’s walk.

My wee town of Coupeville is all done up for Christmas. The business along historic Front Street are all lit up and full of goodies just waiting to go under Christmas trees.

Front-Street

As you can see it was kind of a dark threatening sky but I managed to stay dry. We have been getting hit with storm after storm for the past few weeks.

The Coupeville Wharf is decorated as well with a snow family guarding the building.

Wharf-Christmas

I’ve been noticing my neighbors old International Harvester truck and it always makes me think of the movie “Cars” and the tow truck “Mater”.

What do you think?

Mater

mater2With that I’ll let you get back to your busy day, I hope it’s a great one! Thanks for walking with me.

 

2 thoughts on “TIS THE SEASON – December 15, 2015

  1. THANK YOU for coming back to us in this post and the one on Wednesday! You have a great “eye” for our community,both visually and for the essence of what makes us Coupeville. You are appreciated, Ken.

    • Thank you Catherine. What you said is exactly what I’m trying to do with my blog. I do hope to continue but it will probably be a little spotty until I finish my latest project.

      As always, thanks for your kind works and walking with me.

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