Travels and Back

Moon through pecan tree branches

Stopped on the way home again at my favorite pecan store and bought a plank of pecan wood to see how it might work into a ukulele.

Took another picture of the second cigarbox ukulele in the cotton field.  This time, it wasn’t raining but bitter cold.

Just near the cotton field, the almost full moon shone through the branches of the pecan trees for a striking image.

Hope everyone had a safe Christmas and will continue into the New year.

In driving 1300 miles north, I was stuck in traffic waiting for a tremendous number of accidents to be cleared.

The non-stop Georgia rain gave way to a thin layer of fresh snow in Tennessee.  Ohio had several cars skidding off the Interstate into the ditch.

In the back window of the car rode a cigarbox ukulele.  It endured the cold and sang out when the Christmas carols were sung.

Be safe and a Happy New Year to all.

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