The world around us is subtly telling us it's time to leave.
|Garden Centers are offering Mums instead of Marigolds now|
|Misty mornings are more common|
|Our friends the Monarchs are everywhere now, feeding on the late summer blooming Milkweed|
|S.U.N.Y at Geneseo's Crew Club begins their rowing practice on the lake|
|the track of sunrise moves slowly south|
|leaves begin to turn|
|College students have returned and Geneseo is full to the brim once more|
|the summer's beautiful sunflowers have turned into mere seed producers|
|nearby American Rock Salt (the largest underground salt mine in the country) is up to full production and the stockpiles grow by the day|
|This salt will be used to de-ice our roads (and rust our cars) during the long winter ahead|
My knee continues to heal. PT appointments twice a week, continued attentive nursing, the prospects of some pleasant beach walks and thoughts of enjoying some fresh seafood in the very near future are making me stronger by the day!
|Icing the knee requires close supervision|
|nursing takes many forms....|
keeping the knee stable and still during boat rides is only one of many duties performed