Morning folks. It was an interesting weekend…
On Friday, after my trials and tribulations with doing laundry, I returned home and to the best of my knowledge I never left the ITP Estate again. On Friday evening I went out to WLF and harvested some greens for my dinner.
Saturday morning found me walking with Betsy and Bella. After we walked I puttered around the farm before spending some number of hours feeding branches into Wee Little Chipper. After a much-needed shower I cooked dinner using more greens and some snap peas from WLF.
Saturday’s low point was the ending of Bundesliga, and the gutting realization that my beloved Werder Bremen has been relegated to the second division. I don’t see them returning to the top division any time soon (they will have to finished near the top of Bundesliga 2 for the 2021-2022 in order to return).
Yesterday morning I puttered around WLF, and in the far reaches of my yard found an old credit card. I thought it was from the previous owners of the ITP Estate, but the dates didn’t jive. After talking about it with Bonnie I believe that it was a card for my neighbor. The card expired thirteen years ago, so I just tossed it into the trash.
Yesterday afternoon I did my first Black Sheep trail since last August. I was hoping to be 100% before returning to doing trail, but I knew the area in which it was to be laid and wanted to run it. We hashed over railroad tracks, passed through an abandoned school, and most of us ran around the old quarry. Apparently one of us, Shiggy Pits, was convinced to enter the quarry and had to be rescued by other hashers.
After dropping Bonnie off at home I drove back to claim a rain barrel that someone had put to the curb. Sometime in the next day or so I will inspect and fill it with water in order it to make sure it’s functioning properly.
I’m a bit sore today, but tonight’s hash starts in Brownwood Park, so I will do my level best to run trail tonight.