These kind of clouds look cold and in Florida and tonight it is cold outside.
I know it is 73 degree but this is at least 30 degree colder than what was the normal feel earlier this week. The wind is from the east/northeast and the humidity is 100% even though it isn't raining.
I bought a new Point and Shoot camera. This morning I tried it out.
At the former post office. It doesn't look like anybody is posting notices anymore.
The Pine Tree stump that was cut down yesterday.
Lapp's Bike Shop is in business. Pinecraft is a bit more complete with Jake and Charity back.
The clothe pin bag weathers the summer heat and the rains year round.
Beauty in an old worn out bike.
Ken & Drew are helping Jake Helmuth with tree cutting and whatever goes with it.
Earlier this morning they got the tall Pine tree at the edge of the Pinecraft Park. This was the tree where the Bald Eagles and other raptors sat on the highest tip to watch for anything moving creatures to pounce upon for a meal.
The Pine Tar oozing out of the freshly cut tree trunk.
On Kaufman Street, first house on the left after Miller's Trailer Court. Part of their lot is commercial and before they can demolish and rebuild they have to get the commercial to residential.
For Sale: On Kaufman, across from Mel Riegsecker.
The contact information
Fixing to demolish the former Homer & Martha Gingerich place, now owned by Glen Graber. According to the County Records it was built in 1952, which is about 66 years ago.
On Birky Street, Yard is in need for a shave and a hair cut.
I don't like it when I can't decide whether it is raining or not raining. But it was this way tonight. Soon after 6 PM we had strange looking clouds and a darkness hanging over us. I debated if I want to go for my bike ride or not? I got outside at least as far as my little porch and it sprinkled enough to make me decide not to ride. Went back inside and watched the clouds and counted the rain drops on the window, and then I saw the sun coming though and few clouds disappearing.
I went for a bike ride to the park. I had the streets totally to myself. Some homeless were in the pavilion but I didn't stop in. The squirrels had already gone to bed.
It was getting dark and the rain drops were bigger, so after taking a few pictures I turned and headed home at a fast pace with the fresh air cooling my face. It was a good satisfying bike ride.
When I zoomed this hammock in, it is a flat bedsheet. After looking at for a while, I decided it is quite clever. The corners that dangle can be used as a light covering, could at least keep the misquotes at bay. Off to the right sits a very comfortable lawn chair. From across the creek it reminds me of an Adirondack chair. It is the good life of a homeless person.
Wayne and Fran's part of Millers' Trailer court has been sold. The county records shows the northern part of Miller's Trailer Court was established in 1945. More sections were added in 1957, 1968, 1975 & 1985. I have no more information.
This truck is the Mosquito Management Services.
At work in the Pinecraft Park along the water way.
This afternoon the Pioneer Bus came in with some passengers and lots of luggage. This is the time of the year when more luggage than passengers ride the bus. The lady on the left has two separate parties to take to their destination.
There were about 4-6 of these ladies on the bus that needed a ride. These ladies dress sort of like Allen County Indiana but live in Michigan.
I think this family is from Crab Orchard Kentucky. They have with them four beautiful girls and one boy. And they needed a ride to their destination.
If you look closely, there is a nose on the left side of this photo and also on the right upper corner. I didn't try and get them in the frame but I like it.
Summertime is rainy season.
All grass greens up.
Everything green, gets greener.
The former Dena Troyer home on Estrada is getting a face lift both inside and outside.
I biked down Seaview and found a few homes "For Sale".
The middle sign is bearing its own burden of green.
This green plant is letting its roots grow deep.
The couple on the bikes are the parents of the cute little boy that sometimes helps me feed the squirrels. Tonight I asked them who their guests are? Their answer took me totally by surprise, for the answer was "We found them at the Dollar Tree." So I asked how much they cost? Anyway the are from New Wilmington Pennsylvania and just arrived in Pinecraft today.
So far this summer we have not had an overabundance of rain but just enough to keep everything green and flourishing. The Resurrection Fern and Spanish Moss are about the greenest green.
While I sat under a carport waiting for the quick rain to stop, I took notice of this cute little house. According to the Sarasota County records it was built in 1950.
Yesterday the Pioneer Bus arrived with a good number of passengers, considering it is summertime. Today the bus loaded up even more passengers than they had yesterday and went north again. More and more people travel to Florida in the summer months than they did five years ago. Pinecraft, in the summer isn't as dead as it used to be.
If I am not mistaken these came down by train on Saturday and left by bus today. I don't know who these are but an older couple is from Fredericktown Ohio.
This photo represents Pinecraft/Sarasota.
Lester Gingerich, Beachy-Mennonite or some say Beachy-Amish.
Mary Yoder, who works at Yoder's restaurant.
Amish from Allen County Indiana.
Amish from Pennsylvania roots.
Bus driver Roy's wife.
The bus leaves.