The dogs barked as I snapped the photo above, so he flew on top of the roof. I can honestly say I've never seen a Peacock fly. Quite a scene. It doesn't really look natural.
Garin was the place my step-daughter, Loren and I went this morning. It is getting more and more gorgeous every time I go there. It's looking a lot like fall already. Oooh, I do love fall!
After four miles on the trails, I went to the pool and swam 2200 yards. That's two days in a row, folks! 72 laps yesterday, 88 today. And, I think I'm going to do it again tomorrow. I'm surprised (and happy) about how much I'm enjoying the swimming. I use earplugs in both ears now and that makes a huge difference. Today I was splitting a lane with one guy for half the time and then I had the entire lane to myself. Yesterday I had to share a lane with FIVE other people. That sucked!
I saw Floyd this afternoon. He didn't torture me too much. He MAY be back in good with me. We tossed a basketball back and forth while I balanced on one foot on top of a box. Tricky! He kept throwing it just out of my direct reach so I had to bend to catch it, and stay balanced. No worries, I didn't miss once! My range of motion is almost perfect. My ankle is not as stiff as it felt last week. Basically, the ankle is getting better. Yes, I know. Floyd's torture must be helping.