Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Super Weekend






We were unable to see the super moon on Saturday night as it was rainy, but "brother," David, sent this wonderful photo, above, that he took from his house in the mountains near Asheville, NC
LM took this photo the next night at West Dennis Beach while he was fishing.
Super tanker cat had a wonderful weekend after the sun came out on Sunday. Here she is napping while keeping an ear peeled to what I am doing in the garden. 
Super fisherman with a striped bass!  
The back step is adorned with a super-red geranium....They smell so wonderful in the sun.




  I'm off to Colorado on Thursday and will not be back until Monday night, very late. Have a wonderful weekend everyone. LM will drive me to and from the airport and be completely in charge of Ms G while I'm away....nothing new there!
Lots of love to all!

7 comments:

Happy Days said...

We got to see the moon all bright and somewhat bigger. I thought it was going to be HUGE - a little disappointment here. I haven't planted any flowers just yet. I didn't trust the nights. We are still having frosts. But last night was warmer at 52 so I'm guessing it will be ok to plant!

Have a wonderful time in Denver!! Know you will!! and LM and MS G will do just fine! I'm sure she'll wonder where you are though!!

Have a wonderful flight!!...debbie

Retired English Teacher said...

Wow, that is quite a fish!

I am so sorry we won't be able to visit while you are in Colorado. I do hope you enjoy your time. I know you will. Family time is precious time.

Beverly said...

Didn't get to see the super moon either. Who gets to eat that fish???

Lois Evensen said...

We had a wonderful view of the moon here and My Honey got some good pictures.

That is SOME fish in this post! Wow!

Cape Cod Kitty said...

Hi Everyone,
That fish is a striped bass (salt water surfcasting) and LM's favorite catch. He rarely keeps one. This one is small compared to many he has caught. He did keep this one, and he cleaned and cut it up to distribute to his current class....so it was split between 8 students. This Sunday he will take them all on their first surfcasting class trip to the beach. He's been teaching saltwater fishing for about 40 yrs.

One Woman's Journey - a journal being written from Woodhaven - her cottage in the woods. said...

I love fresh fish.
This is a beauty...

Meg said...

Thank you so much for your kind words on Fin's passing. :-)

Meg