We made 3 trips to the City "burnpile" with the brush that had been cut earlier in our back yard. It is only open to the public on Saturday mornings from 9:00-12:00 so we were loaded on this frosty morning and down soon after it opened. It appeared to be one of the busiest places in town with about 3 "customers" unloading each time we were there. As is shown on the picture, we laid the brush on top of a plastic drop cloth and were able to just pull the load off at the pile. It worked great. We finished the job earlier than anticipated and stopped at the Farmers Market for more of the Trouba Kolachies. It was a job well done and don't believe we lost even a "twig"along the way.
We went to Bee for Fish Dinners last evening at Lou & Maryanne's which is always a "must" when we have family visiting. Carolyn, Julie, John and Sadie came to visit after we got home. Sadie is fascinated with my camera and took several "selfies". It amazes me that a 26-month old has the understanding of aiming and pushing buttons to do what she does. I'm also surprised at myself for letting her play with it. I would never have let our kids or grandkids touch my camera. We stayed up to watch the Royals beat the Orioles in the first game of the American League Championship Series. The Royals have been "our" team all season, and they are playing at the top of their game during this post season play. They just finished winning the second game of the series with a 6-4 victory.