I saw some great-looking clouds on a Sunday morning!

At around 7:45 yesterday morning, me and my grandmother were going to Bridgeville T.J. Maxx to do some Christmas shopping … and, as we were riding towards the store, I saw some fantastic-looking clouds in the skies above South Fayette.  It was actually near the Newbury Market Shopping Center, which is currently under construction.

I snapped three photos of those fantastic-looking clouds while I was riding near that shopping center.  The clouds here are grey, dark, gold and white.  I also saw a little golden sky while I was snapping those photos.

In honor of my blog’s fifth year, I’d like to show you five blog posts that I wrote down on or around December 3rd in previous years …
Joseph’s new “temporary” pillow (December 3, 2017)
“Grandmaster Joseph” is in the house! (December 4, 2016)
I’d like to go to some great new places in 2016! (December 3, 2015)
We’ve had our red truck for one year now! (December 13, 2014)
Joseph’s Road To His 30th Birthday: Joseph’s Tenth Year On Earth (December 6, 2015)

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More clouds are ready for their close-ups!

Earlier this month, I was able to snap some more photos of the clouds that were in the skies above South Fayette.  On October 8th, while I was taking one of my last evening walks ever, I snapped photos of the clouds that were in the skies above Alpine Road in South Fayette.

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On October 8, 2018, while I was taking one of my final evening walks ever, I snapped this photo of the clouds, which were in the skies above Alpine Road in South Fayette. I zoomed in on those clouds while I was walking towards my home.

The next afternoon, while I was in my computer room, I snapped a photo of some clouds, which were located in the skies above Cuddy.  Some small clouds were inside of a big cloud whenever I snapped the photo.

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On October 9, 2018, while I was in my computer room, I snapped a photo of these clouds, which were in the skies above Cuddy. Some small clouds were inside of a big cloud while I snapped the photo. I zoomed in on those clouds.

As you probably know, I’m no longer taking my evening walks around National Hill, so the chances of me snapping photos of the clouds that appear above National Hill are slim.  Of course, if I’m able to see some nice-looking clouds at the locations that I go to regularly, I will do my best to snap a photo or two for you guys … and I might turn them into a blog post someday.

In honor of my blog’s fifth year, I’d like to show you five blog posts that I wrote down on or around October 29th in previous years …
Joseph’s 750th Blog Post (October 29, 2017)
What will Joseph talk about in November? (October 30, 2016)
My Halloween costume for 2015 (October 29, 2015)
It’s another blog about our red truck! (October 27, 2014)
Joseph’s Road To His 30th Birthday: Joseph’s Fifth Year On Earth (November 1, 2015)

Joseph’s Trip To The Hickory Apple Festival

Happy Columbus Day!  Today, I would like to talk about my trip to Hickory’s Apple Festival, which is located in Washington County.  I went to this event with some of my relatives on Saturday afternoon … and I went there in all kinds of weather.  I still had fun at the event, nonetheless.

While I was at the Apple Festival, I snapped four photos of the clouds, which were in the skies above both Hickory and Mount Pleasant Township.  The clouds here are grey, dark and white.

Just moments after I arrived at the Hickory Apple Festival, it started to rain … and I also heard some rumbles of thunder while I was there.  I had to go under a green and white tent until the showers and the storms left Hickory.  Luckily, the skies cleared up … and the sun was able to come out just minutes after I arrived at the festival.

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On October 8, 2018, I was sitting under a tent at Hickory’s Apple Festival. There are showers and storms in Hickory whenever I snapped this photo. I apologize if you can’t see my face too well in the photo.

I wasn’t able to see every exhibit while I was at the festival because the grass was too muddy, but I was able to see a few exhibits in some buildings and in some tents.  I also went to the Mount Pleasant Community Center … and, on the top floor, there is a fascinating train exhibit.  I snapped three photos of it while I was there.  The train exhibit was fantastic, to say the least.

I also bumped into two of my friends while I was at the Apple Festival.  First, I bumped into Michael Keehn, who went to South Fayette High School.  We both went to that school at around the same time in the early 2000s.  Ironically, Michael was at Nicky Papakie’s 50th birthday party in August of 2014 … and that birthday party was the subject of my first ever blog post.  Michael and I became friends on Facebook in February of 2015.  He’s one of the classiest friends I have ever known.

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On October 8, 2018, I bumped into Michael Keehn at Hickory’s Apple Festival. Michael went to South Fayette High School at around the same time as me. He was also at Nicky Papakie’s 50th birthday party in August of 2014. We became Facebook friends in February of 2015.

I also bumped into Ted Wolford, who works for the Mount Pleasant Fire Department, which is one of the festival’s sponsors.  I first bumped into Ted on National Hill back in August of 2017.  Ted is one of the classiest friends I have ever known.

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On October 8, 2018, I bumped into Ted Wolford, who works for Mount Pleasant’s Fire Department. I first bumped into Ted on National Hill back in August of 2017. Ted is one of the classiest friends I have ever known.

Nonetheless, I had a fantastic time at Hickory’s Apple Festival.  I went there in all kinds of weather conditions.  Hopefully, I’ll be able to go there again in the future.

In honor of my blog’s fifth year, I’d like to show you five blog posts that I wrote down on or around October 8th in previous years …
I see every kind of cloud here in the sky! (October 8, 2017)
The leaves are starting to change colors! (October 9, 2016)
This dream involves ski lifts! (October 8, 2015)
My golf ball collection (October 12, 2014)
Joseph’s Flashback: I rode on The Log Jammer a long time ago! (October 5, 2017)

The clouds are ready for their close-ups!

Throughout the month of August, I snapped six photos of the clouds that were in the skies above both Cuddy and National Hill … and I zoomed in on the clouds each and every time.  I guess you could say that the clouds were ready for their close-ups.  Let me show you what I mean by that.

On August 9, 2018, I snapped three photos of some nice-looking clouds, which were in the skies above my neighborhood.

On August 13, 2018, I snapped a photo of some terrific clouds, which were in the skies above Cuddy.

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On August 13, 2018, I snapped this photo of some terrific clouds, which were in the skies above Cuddy. The clouds here are white, grey, dark grey and just plain dark.

On August 20, 2018, I snapped another photo of some terrific clouds.

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On August 20, 2018, I snapped this photo of some small grey clouds, which were inside of this big white cloud.

On August 27, 2018, I snapped a photo of some nice-looking clouds while I was taking my walk around National Hill.

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On August 27, 2018, while I was walking around National Hill, I snapped a photo of these clouds, which were both grey and white.

In honor of my blog’s fifth year, I’d like to show you five blog posts that I wrote down on or around September 18th in previous years …
Joseph’s New Classy Hat (September 18, 2017)
My new rain jacket (September 18, 2016)
I would like to make a formal apology today (September 19, 2015)
Our red truck (September 19, 2014)
I have TWO important announcements to make! (September 17, 2015)

Joseph is trying to get a good shot of some grey clouds!

On July 24, 2018, I was able to take another one of my evening walks around National Hill … and, while I was doing that, I was trying to snap some photos of the grey clouds that I saw while I was walking.  Late that afternoon, I was able to snap three photos of the grey clouds, which were in the skies above Cuddy and National Hill.

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These two pictures are blurry and cloudy!

Last week, I was not able to go outdoors too much because it was very hot outside … and, over the weekend, I was able to go outdoors for a while since the weather was fantastic!

Well, since it’s another nice day outside, I’d like to write another cloud-themed blog posts for you guys today.  On July 5th, I snapped two photos of the clouds that were in the skies above Cuddy.  I took the photos in two different rooms in my home that morning, but, of course, I was still able to take the photos of the clouds that were in the skies above Cuddy.  The clouds are mostly grey, but there were also some small white clouds as well.  I’d like you to see those pictures … and I apologize in advance if the photos are a little bit blurry.

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On July 5, 2018, I snapped two photos of the clouds that were in the skies above Cuddy. I snapped the first photo at 6:50 that morning. The clouds here are mostly grey, but I also saw a little white cloud as well. (I apologize if this photo is a little bit blurry.)
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On July 5, 2018, I snapped some photos of the clouds that were in the skies above Cuddy. I snapped the second photo at around 7:44 that morning. In this photo, the clouds are mostly grey, but there were also some small white clouds as well. (I apologize if this photo is blurry.)

I have six pictures of some clouds for you!

Today, we are starting the second half of 2018 … and we are also starting the month of July.  With that in mind, I would like to show you six photos of some clouds that I saw while I was walking around National Hill a few days ago.  It’s actually gonna be too hot for me to walk outdoors today, so I figured that I should give you guys another cloud-themed blog post today.

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I saw some of these clouds while I was taking my evening walk on June 27, 2018.  The clouds here are white, dark and grey.
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I saw a lot of these grey clouds while I was taking my evening walk on June 27, 2018. If you look at the bottom of this photo, you can see some little white clouds as well.  Some clouds are also dark as well.
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I saw these grey clouds in the sky while I was taking my evening walk on June 27, 2018. There is a little “blue hole” in the grey clouds.  Some of these clouds are also dark.
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I saw these grey clouds while I was taking my evening walk on June 27, 2018. If you look at the bottom of this photo, you can see a white cloud underneath of the grey clouds.
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I saw a lot of these grey clouds in the sky while I was taking my evening walk on June 27, 2018. You can also see some white clouds at the bottom of this photo.
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I saw a lot of these grey clouds while I was taking my evening walk on June 27, 2018. These clouds were in the skies above Cuddy and National Hill whenever I snapped this photo. Some clouds were also dark and white.

These clouds are very interesting, to say the least.  Since it’s too hot to go outdoors today, I figured that you guys would like to see some photos of the clouds in this blog post.

I see some little white clouds inside of a big grey cloud!

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On June 23, 2018, I saw some little white clouds inside of some grey clouds … and the clouds were right above our house!

I was taking my walk on June 23, 2018 … and, while I was outdoors, I happened to see a big grey cloud in the sky … and I saw some two little white clouds inside of the grey clouds.  The clouds just happened to be above our house whenever I saw them.  I took a photo of those clouds while I saw them … and you can see it above this blog post.

I also saw some wavy clouds in the sky whenever I snapped the photo.  You never know which kinds of clouds I may see next.  They may look interesting.

I’m seeing more clouds and more blue holes!

Last month, I wrote a blog post entitled “I’m seeing clouds and blue holes!”  Well, today, I will write a blog post entitled “I’m seeing more clouds and more blue holes!”

This past Wednesday, I snapped two photos of the clouds that were in the skies above Cuddy and National Hill.  Most of the clouds were either dark or grey whenever I snapped the photos, but I also saw a few white clouds in the sky as well.  I also saw some “blue holes” in the clouds as well.

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