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Cocoa60

From: Cocoa60

Nov-3

Good morning Kitty.  Sorry if your paintings were destroyed.  Looks like a lot of tedious work.  Looks

like something to be proud of.

Love this November weather.

Ernie

  • Edited November 3, 2022 3:25 am  by  Cocoa60
Cocoa60

From: Cocoa60

Nov-3

Good morning Susan.  My plan didn't have dental work included until this year, just preventative with copay.

But thing is it looks like they were going to destroy a good tooth to make money, time will tell.  It's been a year

or more, still no problems with the tooth they said had a problem in the xrays.  They submitted $1600. charge

to my insurance company.  They've started closing Wednesdays from lack of work and patients, I guess.  I don't

have that many real teeth to lose one for profit. 

Cute picture.  I have some new pictures of grands on the pumpkin farm but on my phone. 

We went in yesterday for wife's check up.  They said there was a scuff on her eye and covered it with a temperary

contact so eyelid didn't constantly rub against it.  Scuff is a word for a cut or wound that's healing, I think.  Temperary

contact comes out Friday.  Wife said felt like something in her eye or like it had just been poked with a finger or something.

So now feels better. 

Hope your day is good.

Ernie

Cocoa60

From: Cocoa60

Nov-3

Good morning Paul.  I should get down to the mall and vote early.  Might avoid long lines on election day.

I would love there not being any other voters there and just walk through. 

The dental cleaning lady said my sonicare toothbrush is keeping my teeth clean so I probably won't bother

with dentist office for a while.  I hadn't for years before that, except for the free events they have once a year

and they're very long lines very early in the morning with 200 people in a line.  They did xrays so I probably

can't get them covered by insurance for 3 years or so now. 

Didn't get much done yesterday.  We went and got my wife's prescription eye drop, along with some other supplies.

We got a little rain so letting the lawn dry before I make about 20 trips through it with the backhoe removing pieces

of the tree.  I tried to save that tree.  I couldn't hear the beetles inside it anymore after I sprayed it a few times,

back in July 2021.  Was to late, only a small part of the tree survived on the side away from the house.  Wife would

have planted that and the other pine tree that died around 1980.  Still have 3 of them left.  One is a little weak, smaller

and the needles were off color a little.  I put those food steaks down in the ground around it.  I have another pack of

them for it.  The other two are huge, around 70 feet high and spread out. 

Was the month Brandy died I was trying to save that pine tree in July, 2021.  That's how I remember the time.  Miss

Brandy and the tree.

Woke early and hope to get back to sleep for a while.

Great weather, hope all are enjoying it.

Ernie

Pine tree back in 2021.

Our Brandy.

JavaNY

From: JavaNY

Nov-3

That picture wasn't my building, I saw it as I walked about. But not many children came trick or treating where I am. 

Cocoa60

From: Cocoa60

Nov-4

Good morning Paul.  40 here this morn, pretty warm for November.  I did get down for

early voting on our way out of town.  Was great, only two people in front of me, instead

of 50 or 100 like there usually is in an important election.  I was in and out.  We went on

a picnic yesterday, first of this year.  A place a little over an hour away, close to my original

hometown.  Had the whole picnic area to ourselves, just joggers and cyclists around.  I took

the pups for a walk up and down the creek and up and down the mountain after I got the

charcoal going and hamburgers on. 

They say the pine they're using for Rockefeller Center is around 90 years old, hate to see a tree

that old killed but guess it's done every year.  Tree was sorta big the day I was born.  On the

part of the mountain above us there's a large pine the previous owner put a deer hunting stand

in and the tree had grown around it, so the current owner cut the tree down.  Could've used a saws

all with a battery to cut the deer stand out of it.  That tree could've been older than me also, was very

big.

I will probably clean up that dead tree I cut down today, lawn has had time to dry.  Grandson said he

will help me, look forward to spending some time with him. 

Wife has to go to eye clinic today to get that contact removed they protected that healing cut with.  Things

should be all good with that eye now, except it takes a while for it to completely heal.

Kids stopped holloweening here in the 80s.  Think the poison tylonal scare stopped everyone in our lifetimes.

I'm certain everyone is enjoying all the nice days here in November.

Ernie

JavaNY

From: JavaNY

Nov-4

Best wishes to your wife, Ernie. Yes, I imagine this type of procedure takes some to heal.  Not like you can place a bandage on it. 

I read 125 million people visit the Rockefeller Center tree each year. Hard to imagine that many. It's up 40 days, 3mm daily. 

Cocoa60

From: Cocoa60

Nov-5

Good morning Paul.   56 here this morn.  It's the morning I'm supposed to see how the pups

behave out on the road.  Good time to switch back to the road.  Someone has a game camera

up to check on deer and I walked us right into it.  I'm sure they don't like people and dogs walking

through their game field.  Already changed our route once because of the leaves fallen and becoming

visible to houses.  Plan on leaving at 4:15 same as months ago.  Will certainly be dark the whole

walk this morning, not sure about tomorrow with the clocks being set back, should be.

Oh no, math at 3 AM, 3million x 40 days = 120 million.  smile

I got almost all of that tree cleaned up and moved, still lots of little brush because a good majority of

the tree was dead and crunched when hitting the ground.  Neighbors chipper isn't running to turn it

into mulch for his garden so he's burning it.  Will owe him a favor for this.  This is the end of my tree

cutting for now,  My old chain saw needs the blade put back on and sharpened and the newer one

will need the blade sharpened. 

Need to get out on my bike before the weather slams shut on bike riding.  Also, the insurance ends

on the SS on the 14th.  We should get out for a second picnic for the year too.

It's great so many people have the Christmas spirit to come to Rockefeller Center to see the tree, just

to bad the 90 year old tree has to die.  Guess many millions of trees die for Christmas every year.  I used

to cut one every year.  Was exciting to go over to our woods and cut a tree when I was a kid.

Wife's check up and protector contact removal went well.  She had 20-25 in the other eye and 20-20 in

this eye so very good tests.  She loves being able to see well to drive and with no glasses or contacts.

Hope all are still enjoying the great weather.  70 and cloudy most of the day here today.

Ernie

I know, haven't even done Thanksgiving yet.  grinning

JavaNY

From: JavaNY

Nov-6

Good morning, all. Another beautiful day.

I read 33mm Christmas trees are cut down annually in the US and 55mm in Europe.  But 3-7 Billion trees are cut down from deforestation. And Christmas trees mostly come from farms, so they are replanted. 

In the city tree stalls pop up everywhere after Thanksgiving. You need a license to sell anything on the street (not that everyone complies) but there is an exception for Christmas trees in December. When I was younger it was mostly young Canadian guys who drive down with 100 trees to sell. I'd talk hockey with the ones near my apartment. But now it seems to be people from everywhere.  Two 12-hour shifts for the month. They'd rent apartments with a dozen sellers. Can't be much fun but I guess the money is good. 

Kittyarnold

From: Kittyarnold

Nov-6

our temp is 70.....quite warm for Nov......hope everyone's day is great  thinking of you all....

JavaNY

From: JavaNY

Nov-6

Yes, quite warm. Probably not the best for the marathon runners. I think they prefer 50s.

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