Friday was beautiful and we took a ride on the Harley over to Barry's Den in Cotopaxi for breakfast. Couldn't have asked for better weather.
Saturday started out gorgeous so Marshall took the motorcycle and rode over to a beautiful lake where he was going to do some fishing. By the time he got there, the weather had started cooling down, so he didn't stay long (and didn't do any fishing). Just as he got home it started raining and the temperature was dropping.
Then last night we had a 10-minute hailstorm, hail the size of peas. By the time it was done, there was a few inches of hail on the ground.
This morning was cloudy but then the day turned nice and sunny. We went to breakfast, did a little yard work and then finished up the design work on a brochure that Marshall wants to start carrying with him to pass out so that he can try to alert men to the fact that prostate cancer is not always slow growing. It can be very aggressive. The brochure turned out pretty nice.
We checked the greenhouse and the green beans are coming up (very exciting for me, I've never had a garden before). The spinach is also coming up.
So we are both tired and ready to settle in for a quiet Sunday night!