Barn by the bike trail
We had a wonderful church service this morning, celebrating Pentecost - Dan, our director, had really outdone himself in the music he picked out for the choir and praise team. The choir sang the prelude and anthem, as well as two special arrangements of hymns, all accompanied by brass and percussion. It was a shame that the congregation seemed a bit thin this morning - they don’t know what they missed! Since the service was a bit longer than usual, bible study accordingly ran late. When we finally got away, we were pleased to see the sun was still shining, though we knew we had the chance for showers and thunderstorms yet again later in the day, so we quickly got changed, loaded the bikes in the car, and headed off to the Little Miami trail, picking up a sandwich on the way. We went a bit further north today, up to Corwin, and cycled north from there. I did a total of 18 miles, Roger continued a bit further, and eventually caught up with me on the return leg. The only photograph I took was this barn, so at least I didn’t have to struggle to decide what to post! It was still dry when we returned home, and we enjoyed our cup of tea out on the patio, but by the time the meal was ready, about 7 pm, the sky was looking rather threatening and the wind seemed to be picking up, so we opted to eat inside, which turned out to be the right decision, as the front did move through while we were eating, and we had some pretty heavy rain, though it all blew over in about 30 minutes.
One year ago: Morrow station