Autumn shifted into high gear this week. Night-time temperatures dipped into the high 30s on a couple of occasions inviting us to have our first fire of the season (and second and third).
On Tuesday we made a day trip to Ellicotville, NY with our new old friends. Fall foliage, shopping and a brew pub were on the agenda.
I made my first batch of French Onion Soup in a gillion years. It was wonderful.
Chris showed up on our doorstep late Wednesday evening. He came to watch our great-nephew Patrick's high school football game on Saturday. Go Bridgers.
The full moon Wednesday night was nothing short of magnificent. When I wakened at 6:00 AM on Thursday morning the moonlight reflecting off the lake was a sight to behold.
An envelope arrived in the mail addressed to Pappy and Grammy. Neatly folded inside we found two carefully drawn and colored pictures from our sweet G-man. Thanks Buddy, you're the best.
The boat and dock are scheduled for removal from the lake today. That makes it official. Summer is over.
I'm looking forward to a weekend of family, football and fun. Hope yours is all you wish it to be and more.