A Full Range Day

Just another gray and chilly mid April day in Wisconsin. Walk to the road with Emma to wait for her bus with Cooper and Nikon. The overcast sky makes me notice that she sure does have my dad’s blue eyes. Was a busy morning and she was eating her breakfast as we were waiting. The neighbor’s horses were out by the fence seemingly happy to have their picture taken. We watched a lone black bird on the high wires overhead.

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I had a morning appointment to purchase a trailer out of town. From the map in the CraigsList ad it appeared to be located at the storage units in Rural west of Waupaca but the seller actually had it at storage units in Weyauwega.

I did not have a plan for what I was going to do after purchasing the trailer. That was pretty much going to depend on how confident I felt about driving around with an empty trailer lol, well how smoothly it attached and handled while driving anyway. I did however bring my camera backpack along.

I was in need of some fuel so I went to gas station, they did not have E15 not be be confused for E85 or seem to know what it was. I called my mom to see what she was up too, she was out for the morning. I was experiencing an overwhelming tug pulling me home, to the farm my dad once lived on Reek Road and to his grave where we laid him to rest in November across from my childhood home.