My granddaughter helping put up the Halloween decorations on the house. My grandson wasn't there, he was at a friends birthday party.
I took a Covid test this morning and finally tested negative!! I don't feel any different than I did two days ago when I last tested positive. This ordeal has gone on for about ten days and was more of a mental problem than a physical one. Since I have allergies and some of the Covid symptoms are the same as my allergy symptoms, I couldn't tell much difference in what was going on physically because I didn't feel much worse than I do when my allergies are bothering me.
So for me, it was more of a mental problem, worrying about what could happen if things go wrong because some people are still getting pretty sick with the Bat flu, and I had no way of telling if that would happen to me or not. Oh well, at least that's over; for how long, I don't know; I guess I'll have to look it up on the Internet and find out if I'm safe for a while.
I went for a walk around the block and took a few pictures, mostly concentrating on the rapidly approaching Fall foliage. It's still pretty early, but the weather is cooling off even more, so the leaves will start changing much faster. Most of the ten-day forecast now has highs in the 60s with nighttime temperatures in the 40s, so I have to run my heater for an hour or so in the morning to warm up the Arctic Fox.
It sure will be great to get back to normal, and I've still got the urge to spend a little time up in the mountains to see the leaves changing and take a few pictures. I know that going into the mountains this time of year has crowds even worse than in the summer. It's bearable on weekdays, but all the leaf peepers on weekends make driving in the mountains scary at best.
I would also enjoy running down to Alamosa, Colorado, and taking pictures of the Sandhill Cranes passing through on their way south. Unfortunately, they don't have a lot of Sandhill Cranes there in the Fall, the largest concentrations are during the Spring on their way back up north, but it would be nice to see a few of them again.
My son-in-law putting up some Halloween decorations on the house.
My granddaughter showing off her missing teeth. She's getting rich, but the Tooth Fairies going broke.