Saturday, June 21, was a beautiful, early summer evening.
I was thinking about taking a walk when our granddaughter Jana called and asked if we wanted to come to their house for homemade ice cream at 6:30 PM.
Who can turn that down!
I left for my walk so I would arrive at their house about that time – taking the long way which is a bit more than one mile. (The short way is exactly one mile.)
I thought you may enjoy seeing some of the things I saw in our neighborhood.
Notice the rock on the right?
This is it close up.
Approaching the farm of our Amish neighbors.
They were in the driveway doing their Saturday evening cleanup, so after talking a bit I moved on. This is looking back at their place.
Just before taking this picture, I talked to neighbors who were working in their yard – and waved “hi” to a friend who was sweeping her walk.
I love how farmers in our neighborhood mow the grass strip between their crops and the road.
About the time I got to the point of the road – at the top of the picture – Cerwin came for me in our car because the ice cream was ready earlier than 6:30.
I took this picture from Jere and Kristen’s deck – while he was serving ice cream.
And there were fresh strawberries to go with it.
It was warm with only a slight breeze – a perfect evening for ice cream on the deck.
We left just as the sun was setting.