Friday Randoms



My reward for early rising each day, is this view.


If you are a fan of Calvin and Hobbes, and who isn't, then you will enjoy this.  


Secret Agent Farmer Man is working on a solar power project for our garage.  A post is forthcoming.


Watched an episode of, Live Free or Die, on the National Geographic channel.  All I can say is Thorn needs to up his game.

How about some Stones to roll us into the weekend.


Go forth and have a great weekend!  Linking up with Tanya! 


Comments

  1. our sky looked like that this morning, before the storm rolled in...now it's grey, but it was pretty while it lasted! now off to see the c & h link and listen to some stones! have a great weekend and thanks for linking! can't wait to hear about the project :)

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  2. Now that is a view to encourage waking up! Had not heard that particular Rolling Stones song...I sure have liked a lot of their stuff. Not seen Live Free or Die...

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  3. That is one gorgeous shot!
    I love Calvin, glad I don't have to pay for him. :)

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  4. I think that view makes it well worth early rising, beautiful !

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  5. I can't see the sunrise from our house...too bad! I'm sure I miss some beauties like yours!

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  6. beautiful sky. too funny on the calvin and hobbes. :)

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  7. The Stones and that beautiful view. Perfect. xo Laura

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  8. Love the sky at sunset and sunrise and your picture is beautiful. Looking forward to the solar thing Agent Farmer Man is making.

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  9. Beautiful sunrise shot!! Love Mick and the Rolling Stones!! Awesome way to slide into the weekend!

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  10. That's a nice reward for rising early! I haven't heard of Live Free or Die except that it is New Hampshire's state motto.

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  11. Gorgeous morning sky! And to think that some people never see a morning sky. Hope you have a nice weekend.

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  12. Early risers get their rewards.
    Keith is one cool cat... and he's still tickin.

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  13. gorgeous cloud shot. i love Calvin ... going to check that out now. thanks!! ( :

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  14. I can't wait to hear more about the solar power project! I would totally do some of that around here if we had the money.

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  15. There are so many wonderful reasons to start the day early, I love all of them!! Have a lovely weekend!!

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  16. What a lovely sky shot.
    Sorry but I'm one of those who really isn't into Calvin and Hobbs.
    The solar project sounds interesting.
    Love the "Stones".

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  17. beautiful view to awaken too.

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  18. That is an awesome sky shot! Have a great weekend!

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  19. Red in the morning, sailors take warning. Lovely way to start your day.

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  20. Love the Stones! They are older than Methuselah, though now. :-) They've given us all one LONG ride! :-) Wasn't familiar with Calvin & Hobbes, but it was funny, my Grandson just happened to mention them today. Beautiful sunrise!

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  21. I hardly EVER see sunrises.. I'm totally not a morning person. But the few I've seen are very pretty. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  22. A lovely picture of a beautiful canvass......Have a wonderful weekend...
    shug

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  23. I want to hear more about this solar project- I'd love to try that for our shop. It's true that early risers get the worm..in more ways than one. I've never understood how people can sleep til noon. But then again..I'm in bed with the chickens and people think I am weird!

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  24. C &H's link is hilarious, I'd like to meet whoever thought of all of that :-)

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  25. Nice reward for getting up early !

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  26. You may have a partial comment that should finish I'm surprised Calvin's parents got off that cheap :-D. If first comment is lost, I love your Friday posts...and every day :-).

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  27. Gorgeous sky . . .
    enjoying your randoms . . .

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  28. Before I started following blogs, photographically I never even looked at the clouds. There is so much beauty and variety in them that it can be another subject in itself.

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