Thursday, June 22, 2017

Spinners and Scare Crows.

Good Morning,
I have a scarecrow and some movable flying spinners to keep the deer out of my garden. I learned that deer see blue and green so I created a blue and green scarecrow and blue and green spinners. The spinners are wrappers from Dasani Water Cartons (blue and Green) they are very sturdy and spin very well. I used a paper clip which I attach a fishing line swivel then another paper clip which I attach to a bent coat hanger. The weakest part is the swivel so I keep them handy. I keep the paper clip closed with electrical tape.








Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Tomatoes

Good Evening,
I planted 3 types of tomatoes and two volunteer plants. In the Garden out back it is Bonnie Big Boy Tomatoes, Two large Parks Whoppers out front, then it is Bonnie Husky Cherry Red tomatoes in two pots out back on the deck,



Good Afternoon,

I have been in the pool two times today; I cleaned the bottom twice and skimmed the pool twice.

Monday, June 19, 2017

Give It a Try


Good Morning.

I thought I would try out this format on our blogger and see what happens.I had a hard time finding my way back to this edit page.

Friday, June 16, 2017

Dead Bolt

Good Morning,
I went swimming after the rains yesterday; it was overcast but without a threat of rain yesterday afternoon..
The man from Home Depot is coming to finish the front door; he will add a dead bolt to our door and a storm door. The way the door is made the warranty does not allow him or I to add anything to the door unless it comes from the factory that way. So we had to wait for the door from the factory that has a dead bolt area in the door. The door we have now does not have  dead bolt area. Somebody either the factory or the store forgot to add the dead bolt to the door.We now have three dead bolts in our doors. Our back door has a dead bolt; Our black storm door has a dead bolt which we used to secure the door during very hard storms; our new door has a regular lock and a dead bolt.
(Storm door dead bolt pictured.)
6:45 PM
Somebody forgot to tell the repairman that he was coming by this morning. His wife or Home Depot told us when he was coming. Somebody forgot to tell him.
RADAR at 6:00 AM

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Late Night


Good Morning,
I stayed up late last night watching the news; when I got up to go to bed I saw these two kittens sleeping with me. I had not noticed them, normally the orange cat sleeps there while I am on my laptop or watching the TV. But last night they were both there.


My sister Sandy sent me this photo of Allison who had stayed with Sandy. My grand-daughter Natasha had gone to band camp at EKU near Sandy.
7:30 AM
Rain and Thunder here in Marion this morning.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Good Morning

I spread mulch around my crawl space doorway and I cleaned up under the solar panel. I still have more to do under the solar panel.
Mom and I went swimming yesterday.

Monday, June 12, 2017

Pool Finally Warmed Up

Good Morning,
We have good swimming weather and a pool that is just right. I checked it this morning and the pool is balanced.
Ever since I put the enzymes in it, it has been easy to maintain and it stay balanced; it cleans pool of dead algae, pollen, oils, spills, anti-freeze residue, paint, vandalism and other forms of non-living organic water contamination; frees clogged filters of oil and other forms of non-living organic buildup; removes dead algae quickly and efficiently, in many cases without the need to backwash.
It makes life simple for the homeowner with a pool.
About 2::00 PM
Mom and I went swimming in the pool. It was very nice.

Friday, June 9, 2017

Doe's Eat Place

Good Morning,
We went to a NARFE Meeting in Paducah yesterday. The meeting was held at Doe's Eat Place (Downtown Paducah).
After that we went and bought mom some glasses. She has not had any glasses in a least 10 years, so she got some normal prescription glasses and some prescription shades.
The kittens are up and playing hard. I figure about another 5 minutes and they will be sound asleep.


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Allison I made a mistake as I thought that the Market house was an old train station.

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From Paducah's History Page

Market House Museum





"A tiny settlement had existed upon the present day town site which was then known as Pekin. When famous explorer William Clark (of the Lewis and Clark Expedition) mapped out the new town, to be called Paducah, a spot was set aside for a market site. Three market houses have graced the site since then.

The first Market House, designed of crude logs,  was built in 1836.It would later burn. The second, a brick central section with plank additions built on later at either end, was erected in 1850. It was this building that was used as a civil war hospital following the Battle of Paducah in March 1864. This structure was razed in 1904 to make way for the present Market House, built in 1905, at a cost of $25,000. It was designed by a Mr. Brainerd and constructed by a Mr. Katterjohn, a Paducah native. The market was designed to be used as a source for produce and meats.

The Market House was open as a market six days a week, and was closed on Sundays.

The shorter statured ends of the building were utilized by produce and flower vendors, who backed their wagons into the open sides of the building, and sold to shoppers who browsed through the building by a middle aisle, which stretched the length of the block long building. The central section, which had a tall, soaring trussed ceiling, was the meat market. Twenty two meat vendors operated three sided stalls under each arched window. The tall ceilings allowed the heat to travel upwards, keeping the meats ( and shoppers) as cool as possible below.


The market closed in the early 1960's, when open air markets became undesirable with the availability of air conditioned groceries and refrigeration.


Today, the Market House is the home of three separate non-profit organizations, a community theatre, an art gallery, and the Market House Museum, which is housed in the taller central section of the building. The Market House Museum is the oldest continually operating history museum in Paducah, having been organized in 1963, and opening to the public in 1968."

Spinners and Scare Crows.

Good Morning, I have a scarecrow and some movable flying spinners to keep the deer out of my garden. I learned that deer see blue and gre...