Archives for November 2006

Cold Front Coming Tomorrow

We’ve been having some very warm weather for this time of year in Northern Michigan. This afternoon Kristi, Zachary and I went for a walk and enjoyed the warm temperatures which were in the high 50’s today. Tomorrow a cold front is expected and hopefully some snow along with it.

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Zachary checking out the temperature of the water.

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Kristi and Zack in front of a very calm Higgins Lake.

Happy Birthday Kristi!

Kristi is 12 years old today. I’m very thankful for my sweet daughter.

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Kristi with the flowers her Dad gave her for her birthday.

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Kristi gets flowers each year for her birthday from her Dad.

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Flowers Kevin gave to me.

Snow!

Last Friday evening we had snow in the forecast. My kids were so excited when the snow began to fall. The little guys pulled chairs up in front of the window to watch the snow and were excitedly making plans about playing in it the next day. We’re getting a nice snowfall right now. Kevin M., Nick, Zack and I went for a walk in the snow this afternoon. Here are some pictures Kevin M. captured with his camera.

snow walk

Nick, Zack and me

Charlie Brown Christmas Tree

Nick and Zack by the Charlie Brown Christmas tree in the woods.

Higgins Lake

Nick and Zack by Higgins Lake. Too cold for a swim but they had their boots on and enjoyed stepping in the water.

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Walking in the snow.

It’s the Job that Never Ends

When Kevin and Taylor were little we watched a kid’s show that had a song on it called “The Song that Never Ends.” That’s what raking leaves is like around here. We love our trees but in the Fall there is lots of raking to do!

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Zachary and the trailer full of leaves.

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Jacob on the back of the Jeep.

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Nicholas

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Kevin M. checking out the load.

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Zachary taking a break from raking.

Sunrise this morning

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My morning walks are quite cold now but still worth seeing the sunrise. It was much more beautiful in person.