One of the things that really warms my heart in recent years is the appearance in public places of little free libraries. These little ‘take a book, leave a book’ exchange boxes are a wonderful way of sharing knowledge, recycling … Continue reading Still Free/Doors to Adventure #thursdaydoors
I could think of no better way to celebrate a day off than to visit some friends in one of my favorite parks. I struggle with most holidays now, the former feelings I had replaced by a grim sense … Continue reading The Rain, The Park and Feathered Things/Photography
That’s just nasty…. and now they are separated forever! 😱 Lone Sock Continue reading Nasty/Random 15
It was a very good day to not be a fish! Continue reading Beauty and the Feast
Whoever dubbed us the Human Race either cursed us or saw the future all too clearly..
Continue reading A Bird, the Park and Squirrelly Things
Nothing like an hour in the park on a Friday afternoon, a break from the responsibility and bustle of necessary living, to restore balance to one’s soul. These gentle, graceful beings bring new meaning to the phrase “the blues”…. Continue reading Friday Blues
What I am sharing with you now are just a few photos from our walk. This was just what I needed to renew my spirit after a very draining and in many ways, discouraging, week. Mother Nature never lets me down. We finished the day off with a wonderful Thai dinner at our newest favorite restaurant. Continue reading Hontoon Island/Photography/Tourism
Why did the Sandhill Crane cross the road? For a chicken dinner on the other side! Of course!! 😀 Happy Saturday!!! Continue reading Craning/Photography
I recently discovered a great park which has waterways perfect for canoeing and kayaking that span the area of several miles and city blocks. Each time I go I meet new feathered and finned friends alike. These are the moments that bring peace to my soul.
I’d like to introduce you to my newest acquaintances! Continue reading Sunday Mornin’ Comin’ Down…
The best thing about living in such a diverse environmental landscape is that you never know what miracles are just around the corner. And so my camera goes everywhere with me. Who knows? Perhaps someday I might get to see a “real” mermaid. Continue reading Manatee Dreams