Zanoni news: March 14, 2018
It’s beginning to look more like spring. Grass is greening up some, and the front yard had a big bunch of robins and meadow larks one morning. The Easter lily flowers are blooming lots of places.
We went to Cookie’s for supper one night. They are now open Monday through Thursday 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and on Friday and Saturday 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
On Thursday night we went to Winona to hear the Baker Family perform. They play all kinds of instruments and have beautiful voices. We met Jack and Judy Barnes there for supper. They live in Birch Tree, and Jack is a log cutter.
Lee Van Camp and Paul are still cutting cedar logs and hauling them to the cedar mill.
Kevin Meeks came Monday to put up some gates at the Hawkins Place.
Paul helped Dave Morrison dig out some rocks where he is putting in a sprinkler system for his yard.
I talked with Dohna Mahan. She is busy working in her yard with lots of flowers. Jerald has been fixing fences.
Our prayers and sympathy go to the Thomas family and to others who may have lost loved ones. Also to Richard and Cindi Miller, who lost their home by fire on Sunday night.
Everyone have a good week and get your lawn mowers serviced and ready to mow soon.