Nope, ONLY 28 days. Tonight, at Durelle's insistence, we took a ride around the better decorated neighborhoods in our immediate area to look at the Christmas decorations. The first stop was Park Circle in North Charleston. This is a huge traffic circle with a park in the middle. It must be at least 200 yards in diameter. The entire perimeter, both on the inside and outside of the circle are decorated by the city, by individuals and by local businesses.
As you know, night photography is a different ball game. With low light and long exposures a tripod is required, and I have yet to purchase one. It is a challenge with a hand-held camera to get a reasonably sharp picture. For every one you see here I deleted several.
So, what have we been doing for the past month in lieu of updating the blog? Not much. Durelle and Cindy have played golf about once a week. The Christmas cards have all been mailed. Some of you will notice that this year's card has been written BY the Allegro Bus. Because of the peripheral neuropathy, I have been doing twice a week physical therapy with Alison, Stacey and Jennifer at the Balance, Mobility & Dizziness Center of Charleston. It's helping, but it prompts me to recall the difference between a therapist and a terrorist...you can negotiate with a terrorist.
This is the last picture from Park Circle. The remaining pictures were taken on Dominion Drive in Hanahan which winds along the water as it empties into the harbor.
At Christmas I'll get some pictures of our tree for the next post. By the way, a few days ago I missed a super picture because I didn't take the camera along for our evening walk. Cindy, Durelle and I were marveling at a particularly extravagant sunset when we heard the unmistakable sound of a C-5. Sure enough, it descended right into the midst of that sunset as it landed at Joint Base Charleston. It was one of those awesome fish that just got away. Oh, well...we'll keep trying.