Monday, April 23, 2012

On The Streets

                         Got Your Picture ~ I am one stealthy dude.
Sweet William The Scot here on the streets reporting to you on the cleanup effort after the tornado of  March 2nd with EF3…WIND SPEEDS 136 TO 165 MPH.
I did not want to show the terrible sorrow right after the tornado flayed, barraged, trounced (well you get the picture) but now that we are almost two months out I thought I would show you the cleanup that is taking place.
See all of the Duke Energy trucks that came to help. There are three rows of these trucks. They worked night and day to get electricity back. 
Oh see the funny stop sign, all of them were angled the same.

Big brush piles can be seen every couple of blocks.
This nice brick house was completely gone. So few bricks left to stack.
And another log house where the tornado entered through the back and went out the front.
Oh and this home was really historic.
The tornado went right to the side of the power plant. This power plant never went on line as a nuclear plant. This operates as a coal fired plant.
Well look at this little condominium complex that survived in the mist of all the fragments of broken buildings.
Thanks for being a friend
traveling down the broken road and back again
Your heart is true and your a friend of mine.
Signing Off
Sweet William The Scot

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Under Construction

Color for my background O.K. I can work on that! Well there is Blue and there is Yellow and wait there are more boxes. They didn't put any color in those boxes, is this a trick??? TRICK QUESTION! "Oh no, what have I done?" This is my blog Sweet William The Scot. See it says Scot meaning Scottish Terrier, which translates DOG. Chromatic colors independency does exist in my species, DOG, you know. I can basically see yellow and blue and violet. Oh now I know why Lee painted yellow centers to my daisies. I like violet . You know the colors we see Yellow, Blue, Violet are in all Rainbows. I want to know WHY I ask you why, would they give us all those blocks with no COLORS? We have our colors.
yellow is that bright color associated with clarity of thought and awareness. It symbolizes cheerfulness, energy, orderliness
this cool color of divinity stands for peace, tranquility, stability and harmony. It also stands for loyalty and trust
this color is the highest and most subtle specialization of light stability and symbolizes idealism.
Yep, we dogs are always cheerful when we see our peeps. We are always loyal and trust our peeps. And we are the idealism that other species should reach for.
Yep our colors say alot about us.
"Hey cutie where are you from" do you see the colors I see.
What color did I choose?
"Oh no, what have I done?"
To be continued maybe ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Thanks for being a friend
traveling down the road and back again
Your heart is true and your a friend of mine.
Signing Off
Sweet William The Scot

Turn on Your Speakers

Sunday, April 1, 2012


I want to show you my home. Here I am at my front door. You Like? 
 We have a real fixer upper, needs a lot of rehab. Perhaps an indoor bathroom, oh no I don't need one but, Lee thinks it would be nice! I told you Lee loves antiques!!!!!
At the well by the side door with my friend, Flat George!

The old Cold Cellar where we go when tornadoes come! 

Rain Barrel behind property. Sun glints off of metal roof.

Gate going into all the flowers that were popular in the 1800's.
In the wonderful old flower bed with Flat George!
The old metal bucket where I take my bath!
The Old Corn Crib
 The Old Dinner Bell! Stop by sometime for dinner when you hear the bell!
Oh this is our Out House, excuse me for a moment while I take care of my business. Be Right Back!!


Got to wash my paws after being in the Out House.

BAWHAHAHA not my house you silly people if you believed me. That was a terminological inexactitude. DICTIONARY But the cabin is in walking distance from my home, so I thought you might enjoy seeing the old log cabin.
The first settler to my area was Ichabod Benton Miller. Ichabod Benton Miller purchased 440 acres in Anderson Township on April 2, 1796. The log house Miller built on his property around 1796. He lived in this log cabin on what is now Clough Pike. This house is now a well known historical landmark of Cincinnati's first settlements. This house was built a few years before the state of Ohio became an official state!
This house is the area's oldest continually occupied house having been lived in until 1968! Could you imagine that? After that family moved out, the cabin was placed on the National Registry of Historic Places. The house is named for the first and last families who owned it. "Miller-Leuser Log House"

Thanks For Being My Friend ~ Traveling Down The Road and Back Again ~ Your Heart Is True and Your a Friend of Mine!
Signing Off
Sweet William The Scot