Thank you those of you who do read these aarghless, linkless posts, especially on holiday weekends. When we woke up Saturday morning in Waynesburg it was late November, 40 degrees and pouring rain and wind that evoked this Fall's first thought of chill factor, rained through Pennsylvania the the West Virginia panhandle until the green metal bridge over the Ohio River when SHAZAM! (all construction up the hill on 470 was completed since last Tuesday) damn if the rain didn't stop. It was a gorgeous Fall day by the time we passed through Cambridge. Saw Planet (and her studio) for a couple of hours (more wood and paint for cow needed bought) then left Planet so she could work on her cow, took a long backroads drive, visited Granville on advice, went back to pick up Planet and visited Granville for dinner. Typing this in Zanesville after saying goodbye in Bamgier. Driving home this morning, regular programming (or at least poems) resumes tomorrow if I know me. Here's three more photos and two songs from yesterday.