Hope you all had an enjoyable weekend. Had a few days of rain, especially Friday and Saturday all day rain until late afternoon on Saturday when the sun finally came out for a while. Sunday was a beautiful day for celebrating Mother’s Day and anything else you may have done. Was a good day to get outside work done. I heard the week is to be pretty nice with no rain. Sounds good to me.
Haven’t seen a humming bird yet, but I’ve heard reports where some have. Kinda leery putting out the feeders for the bear to tear down. Taking them in at night is a good idea, but they come during the day now too, so they’re not safe at any time. I do love watching them.
Here’s a tip for your campfire. Add rosemary and sage to your campfire to keep bugs and mosquitos away. Wrap the rosemary and sage in aluminum foil; poke hole in the foil; put it on your fire and it will burn for quite some time and keep those pesky things away.
With the warmer weather finally coming out way, I think a lot more folks will be coming to their summer homes and cabins and spending time here. I did near a bunch of quads going back and forth over the weekend, so some were having a good time while they were here.
Next Civic meeting will be on Wednesday, the 18th, 6 p.m. at the Pavilion. Hopefully will be warm enough by then.
Happy Birthday to Xander Kapler and Kessler Gilbert, 12th; Jase Lowden and Les Isett, 14th; Cory McDonald and Deacon Burke, 15th. Hope you all have a great day.
Keep an eye on the Sully for events that may be coming up that you would like to take part in. Check out the dining ads for good places to eat. I hear that Covid cases are on the rise, so be careful when heading out. I heard that masks are again suggested to keep everyone safe.
Guess that’s the news for now. Enjoy your week; should be great! If you have news you’d like in the paper, contact me before 6 p.m. on Sunday by calling 570-928-9238; snail mail me; see me; or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will get it in for you. Thanks for reading and I’ll be here next time.