Valentine’s Day came and went. Hearts were posted all over Portland, as usual by an unknown wandering person. I like that. It has been happening for many years. Maybe we should start a similar tradition up here. Perhaps it could be hearts delivered with food for the needy.
Last night’s winds were intense. Here it sounded like a freight train traveling through. Now it is still windy but not as intense. Perhaps that is just because we are in the light of day. Had there still been snow on the roof of the house, I am sure it would have come careening down. I was waiting for something like that.
Next week is school vacation. Beware of young people flooding the streets. I doubt we’ll see bicycles, at least in this neighborhood, but I expect 4-wheelers and snowmobiles heading down the roads and trails. Not having Pop’s, as a stopping point they will probably have to head elsewhere.
Thursday, the 17th, ACA will meet at the Waterford Library at 10 a.m. FMI please call 739-9115.
Also on Thursday, there is a community supper at the Wilkins House. It is potluck and starts at 6 P.M. Bring a dish to share. The Patries and the Engahls will be the hosts.
Friday, the 18th, Western Mountains Senior College presents Linda Greenlaw, captain of the Perfect Storm. It is from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at the McLaughlin Science Building at Gould Academy. It is free. Sounds like fun!
Check out Harrison for all kinds of Winter Festival activities during vacation week.
That is all for this week. Have a great vacation week if you are on vacation and stay safe.