Riverton, Utah High 47 Low 34
Two night ago it got down to 20 degrees F. It finally was enough to have the walnut tree loose it's leaves. Prior to now we might have got enough to fill a five gallon bucket. With the cold, we filled two garbage cans (about 55 gallons) plus two more 55 gallon plastic bags with more falling every time the wind blows, until the tree is finally bare. I can't help but wonder why the rest of the trees haven't started to loose their leaves, but the walnut leaves are the ones that do damage to the grass.
We will probably pay our grandson, Devin, to rake the rest if they don't fall before we leave for Yuma, which I am looking forward to. I don't like the cold anymore, but I'm sure I've mentioned it before.
It is supposed to be wet or snow until next Friday, so we are planning to head south on Friday.
In the meanwhile Cindy finished another quilt. She likes to keep me busy.
Right now she is working on the same pattern in different colors, still lots of pieces, Nancy.
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