Another storm is brewing -- are we ready? This one promises to be the biggest yet this season; but then, so have some others that turned out to be duds. By the time you read this, you will know the truth. At least we haven’t gotten slammed like our neighbors to the south. They don’t even have the equipment to deal with it. We do. Sounds like another Wednesday with no school and one wonders if even the transfer stations will be able to open. I think Tasha and I will go for several walks and be glad we don’t have to work; unless we do!
Saturday we purchased a RAV4 from Linda and Mark Boudoin. It is AWD and can flip into 4WD easily. It is older (2000) with a few miles on it, but it seems to work well. It is the first manual transmission I’ve driven in a long time, but I guess it is like riding a bicycle, you never forget how. Now it is off to try it out.
Sunday, Becky and Jeff were kind enough to host the family birthday party for me. Thanks guys.
Feb. 3, ACA meets at the Waterford Library. Hopefully the weather will have ended by then. The meeting is from 10 to 11:15 a.m. FMI call 739-9115.
Monday. Feb. 7, being the first Monday, both the Knit and Chat Group (2 to 4) and the Socrates Café (6:30 to 8:30) will meet at the Waterford Library. The library is under construction during the day to shore up the second floor so nobody and no things fall through.
Alan Day Community Garden had their first meeting of the year this past Sunday. There were at least 30 people there interested in helping the garden thrive this year. All are anxious to be able to start planting again.
Sunday, Feb. 13, Mountain Poets will meet from 6 to 8 at Fare Share Commons. All posts welcome. FMI call 743-9808 or 739-9115.
That is all for this week. Enjoy the snow. You may as well, we have no choice and this is Maine in the winter. Drive carefully and stay well.