Friday, October 16, 2015

The Friday Evening News

Greetings everyone. This is The Daily Bone and I'm your energetic doggie commentator Chester L. W. Spaniel along with my esteemed colleague Joseph (Joey dog) Spaniel.

It's been a busy week, so there's a lot to report. First up, ghostwriter wanted to share some pictures for our favorite miniature human, Ryan, who, as you know, loves trucks.

This is a picture of the area across the street from the nursing home where ghostwriter works. Some big diggers came along and removed all the trees and bushes. This was the little woods where the local deer lived. She hears that there are plans to put a solar farm in that area. The poor deer arrived later that day and were quite confused standing and looking at the spot where their woods used to be. Ghostwriter and her little old people are wondering where they'll go now. TDB will be sure to follow this project with up-to-the-minute reporting on the progress.

Below are two digger machines that came and redid the drainage pipes around the nursing home. The guys driving them were nice enough to let ghostwriter take pictures because she told them her grandson Ryan would enjoy seeing them. 

This is a small backhoe that can fit into tight spaces.
The bigger one wasn't in use at the time. 

 Ghostwriter went to the farm store this morning, and discovered all the corn on the cob was gone! No more of her favorite summer time treat till next year! There were lots of pumpkins, though, plus some farm animals for the little kiddies to see.

This doggie is named Cope. He spends the day at the farm market and never barks at anyone.

On another note, the company where Ryan's Dad works just moved into a brand new building. Learn more about this company on this link:  It's really quite interesting!

And finally, the weather … It keeps changing every ten minutes! Here's a big storm front that moved in before sunset. 

The local TV weatherman says it's going to get a lot colder this weekend, and we might even get some snow! (Oh, don't say that too loudly! Ghostwriter still thinks it will be 80 out tomorrow!)


  1. Our little boy bipeds would love those trucks too. Boys are like that:)

    Our fresh corn on the cob season is very short here, usually just the end of July through August. We think Mom eats it every night then:)

    It is a lot colder here, but we haven't heard the word snow at all. If we did, you can be sure we would be doing a happy dance:0

    Woos - Ciara and Lightning

  2. Sunshine and rainbows and pumpkins and squashes and cloudy skies and fall leaves... What a pretty blog you two had today!

  3. We just love autumn so very much! Hold the snow until December. Thank you! We love your rainbow♥

  4. isn't that silly - knocking down a whole wooded area - something that provides us with oxygen. Looks like fall is in full swing around your way - love the donkey

  5. Yes it sure is autumn, also here with us :)

  6. That solar farm will not be lush and green like a real farm...sigh...poor deer!

    Great farm market produce!

    And its windy and chilly here too...and I heard that snow word, too...yikes!