Category: Collecting

Winter Insulators! Part 3.

Finally got down to his stomach.  That’s why you can’t get out, I said, pointing to his stomach. HA. HA. Said dad.  Here, I will put this crossarm across the hole and maybe you can help pull yourself out, said I.  Good idea, said…

Winter Insulators! Part 2.

Part 1 here: https://stevescountry.com/2020/01/17/winter-insulators-part-1 Hmm, the pond looks larger now for some reason.  And there they were, sticking out of the ice and snow, groups of crossarms, and full of insulators in a rainbow of colors!  Well, okay, various shades of green and aqua.  But…

Winter Insulators! Part 1.

It was still dark when we got up this morning and it was rather cold for this time of year. There was a new covering of snow, about 2 inches, and it was a light fluffy type of snow.  And it was clear, the…

Autumn Insulator Adventures…#3.

Time to continue with our adventures… And it is time for lunch.  The activity so far today has given a bit of an appetite, so we climb up the hill, find a couple of rocks to sit on and bring out the food.  Dad…

More Insulator Adventures, Part 1.

We should try looking for this old town site, I said to dad one day.  Very little walking to this one, I added.  That’s what you said last time, dad answered.  But this is different, I said, showing him the map.  I pointed out…

Insulator Adventures With Dad #4.

There’s no sugar in this coffee, he said.  You told me not to put sugar in it because last time I made it too sweet, said I.  Did you bring some sugar?, he asked.  No, I thought you would do that, I said.  Bonehead,…

Insulator Adventures With Dad #3.

Dad managed to retrieve his glasses from the mud okay, but the frame was broken a bit.  Just cracked really.  Not too bad, I said, wiping the mud off.  Dad was still rubbing his head where the stick hit him.  Just a small crack…

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