Random Five Friday



This was my view, yesterday, as I drove to the grocery store.  Yes, that is a wagon full of tobacco in front of me. 


If you have a habit of searching through Craigslist, you will appreciate this post.  It made me laugh out loud.  


I confess that I am having trouble making my way through my current book, The Rathbones.  


How about a little Bach on the mandolin?


We have been experiencing near perfect fall weather this week.  Life is good!  


Linking up with Nancy today!  

Comments

  1. Happy Friday! I love the mirror story and the Bach on Mandolin was great!

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  2. Oh the Craig's List made me laugh. Bach on mandolin very cool. Love that shot and love the fall. B

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  3. Happy Friday.....You can look at the photo and see the stunning fall colors matched with cooler temps.

    Enjoy your weekend.

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  4. i think you can play anything on the mandolin & it is awesome in my book. love it!! ( :
    going to read about the Craiglist funny. we will see.

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  5. that is beautiful countryside you live in, the tabacco truck takes up more than his share of the road ;-). Bach on a mandolin, I love his mandolin too.

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  6. I do not see often wagons full of tobacco around here, love the Craiglist story and also Bach... even on the mandolin!

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  7. Love that wagonload of tobacco! I recently received as a gift, a walking stick made out of oak that was originally used as a "tobacco stick"...on which the tobacco was hung to dry. An incredible vintage find. And, I have a bit of tobacco from Two Crow Cottage gardens tied to it...just because...tobacco runs deep. (and no, I'm not a smoker). Enough said! Aloha

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  8. I have never been to - or looked at Craigslist . . . So Mega Thank You for this Crazy Wonderful - laugh Out Loud Post!!!!
    love & love to you!

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  9. Switch to reading The Blood Gospel. I can't seem to put it down!

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  10. Such a peaceful scene. I wish I could enjoy a lovely country scene on my way to the market!

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  11. Where do you get tobacco paper long enough to wrap the wagon with? Sorry, my sense of humour, you know.

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  12. Love that view! The Chris Thile was wonderful, thanks for posting :)

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  13. Interesting ad for the mirror. Good grief...15 feet? I have fond memories of walking under the drying tobacco, in my Kentucky relatives drying barn. Tobacco actually smells sweet at that stage! Love the photo!

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  14. I love the Bach on the mandolin! :). Bach is beautiful any way any time.

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  15. Not a bad view at all, Michelle! xo

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  16. I find myself behind one of those trucks quite often, only it's fill with soybeans or corn. :) Have a great weekend Michelle and thank you for sharing this week.

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  17. The scene in the photo is really so pretty ~ even though it is tobacco !

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  18. The last time I saw that it was pulled by horses at lancaster pa.

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  19. Evening, wow, how neat is that, love the wagon of tobacco, Blessings Francine.

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  20. That is a wonderful bucolic scene. And I'm up for a little Bach on a mandolin any time you are!

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  21. That sure beats my view going to the grocery store! What a pretty shot.

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  22. I am loving our Kentucky fall weather. Great photo. I had read that craigslist find post, Hilarious. xo Laura

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  23. Love your Tabaco Truck photo. - What a great scene.
    Had to check out the Craigslist Link - Hilarious for sure. That was one big mirror.

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  24. that is a great country photo!

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  25. That view makes going to the market tolerable! Beautiful photo!

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  26. Hi Michelle, Your drive to the grocery store is way more beautiful than mine! : - ) Have a great weekend. John

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  27. That Criaig's list story was fun! She really has a thing for mirrors, doesn't she? :)

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