Well, I was off and running about 7.30 a.m. today. I was preaching in Richey and Circle at the yoked parish in those two communities. I admit to it being something of a lark since I hadn't been out of town for quite some time and was looking for anything that even smacked a little of an adventure.
The weather was March weather to me -- squalls -- sunshine, then clouds, then blowing snow. Someone else said must be time for lambing and calving. Didn't see much in the way of traffic -- two oil tankers, couple pick-ups with snow mobiles in the back and a huge semi-load of hay. If the truck was pointed in the right direction it wanted to head north so suppose that was to Jordan.
Saw one deer, some large flying bird (eagle, hawk?). All of that in about 100 miles of highway.
Anyway it was just good to get out and see the country and the folks who live in the country, and to worship together on a cold and snowy Sunday morning. And I learned that the Circle Wildcats won the State C Basketball tournament. Go Wildcats! Power's in the East!!