Sunny, sunny sunshiiiiiiiiiiiiine! Got to spend all day outside! It was almost 60 degrees and so sunny we actually got to wear t-shirts! Man o' man, after the last 2-3 weeks being either cold, rainy or just plain overcast, it was such a treat to get out and work in the yard, walk around the pond with the dogs a couple of times & then just sit and soak up some beams!

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