Archive for June, 2008


Saturday, June 7th, 2008

Our first major project of the season on the property was to build a fence along the canal to provide privacy from the neighbor across the canal. We worried that we might feel ‘fenced in’ but we can still enjoy a view of the trees and canal without seeing the house. We chose not to install a gate because I observed deer passing through the opening to walk on the path alongside the canal. We had some help from our friends Dean & Wendy.

Jesse Lee Cline

Tuesday, June 3rd, 2008

June 28, 1954 – April 30, 2008

How can you describe someone so full of life and goodness?

Even a trip to the landfill was an adventure with Jesse! While waiting in a long line on free yard debris day we saw 2 Mexican style hats perched on an orange cone. We looked at each other and said “Yeah!”. I jumped out and grabbed them. Since then Jesse insisted we wear them for every trip to the landfill. Robert

Jesse referred to our property at the end of the street as ‘little Arizona’ because we are on a gravel pad in the sun and typically about 10 degrees warmer than the other end of the block. On a summer day he would drive the scooter up to the property and enjoy a cold beer with the gang. Mary Jo

Two buddies waiting for a table at The Pine Tavern.

Nothing like a hot cup of coffee on a cold winter day. HO HO HO! Jesse made every day special for all of us.

Goodbye Good Friend.