|FOURTH GRADE CLASS PLANTS ARBOR DAY TREE|
|A RAINY DAY|
Saturday, 9:00 AM. 47 degrees on the front porch, 42 degrees F downtown. The wind is calm, the barometer is trending down at 30.O4 in. and the humidity is 93%. It is overcast, foggy and raining pretty hard, and it looks like it will continue for quite some time.
There is no fragrance quite like that of a wet dog.
Our Bayfield in Bloom kickoff at the pavilion went very well, the the Garden Talk radio show was well attended and callers and audience managed to stump us experts several times. I offer no excuses. We had a full compliment of vendors and information booths. Thanks, Doug and Susan for staying for the show.
We also planted our Arbor Day tree, the fourth grade class from Bayfield Elementary actually planting the tree, which was a flowering crab tree small enough for them to work with. We will do it again that way next year. Wisconsin Arbor Day is the first week in April. If we had held the Bayfield event then we would have had to plow snow first.
By the way, what do you think of the IRS being the enforcement arm of Obamacare? I'm glad I already have my pacemaker. Hope I'm not on an Enemies List when it needs to be replaced.