Jabe, I really don't know where I've been...apologies! My tow van died, so that's a problem that needs solving before spring...
Don't forget to turn up the resolution (click the gear) to 720 or 1080 and also scroll around on the 360s...
As requested...some more memories to get us through the winter! photos.app.goo.gl/GimdLU6CFTZSXWGi6
Those of us who attended Arrowhead-Fall 2018 should have no problem believing the 2018 year end rainfall report. TVA reports the wettest year on record for the Tennessee Valley Region watershed. The 20 year average rainfall is 49.33 inches but 2018 was 67.01 inches. Here is hoping that Louanne has better luck communicating our dry weather wishes to the rainmakers.
I was beat fair and square. I was only running on one cylinder most of the time and I have no one to blame but myself. The motor hadn't been run since August 2017. We have a rematch at the end of this month on Lake Chatuge where there will be a third Fire Fly present.
We are like the wind that blows the leaves around the lawn.