|LIGHTS ON HOME ON WASHINGTON AVE....|
Saturday, 8:00 AM. 38 degrees F at the ferry dock, 34 on the back porch. Wind E, gusty and cold. The sky is overcast, the humidity 87%. The barometer is still rising, now at 30.06". Rain is predicted for Sunday and snow on Monday.
Yesterday being Friday, Joan and I went out in the evening for the traditional fish fry. We went to the Steak Pit in Washburn, one of our favorite spots, that we had not been to in months. Afterwards, on the way home, I decided to drive through the Orchard Country to look at Christmas lights.
Maybe they are late being put up, but there were literally none to be seen. Rather strange, since some of the large orchards traditionally have big displays.
Then we decided to drive through town to see what was up there; a few houses decorated on Washington Ave. but not a great deal else. Maybe by next week, we thought. But then it dawned on me; six of ten homes in Bayfield are seasonal residences.
Probably no one home for Christmas.