My weekend had cool and cloudy weather, but no rain. We need rain! It was a low key weekend because of the weather, but late Saturday afternoon we took a drive around the Big Lake near us, Lake Winnipesaukee. I pulled into a little turn off on the side of the road, and was surprised to see this guy was waving at us. I thought he was a happy way to start off a post.
And if you wondered why I needed to turn around, it was because of this guy.
This rock frog is on route 109 in Tuftonboro, New Hampshire. It's always been painted as far as I remember, and I read online he gets a fresh greening every now and again. And this year he's doing his part to stay safe in the Covid-19 world.
And the other excitement during our drive that I didn't have a chance to photograph and show you was the bear that ran across the road. It was an exciting drive!
And there's been some crazy caterpillars. on my walks lately.
I have no idea what these will turn into.
But these creepy ones are tent caterpillars.
The late summer wildflowers are blooming. And the days becoming a little bit shorter (and noticeably) means we are moving towards fall.
And the local snowmobile club has been out fixing up the trails.
August is just flying by.
And here's a journal page I made last week that I particulary like.
The pear was on a set of postcards I got back when I was in Japan. I cut it out and added it to my inked and stamped scrap of paper.
Not sure we're quite at pear season yet though.
That's all for me today. Hope everyone had a great weekend.