I’m part of a fb group for women solo travelers. Most of what is posted is all about far off adventures and leaving their own continent. While that’s awesome, getting out in your own backyard can be just as fun and beneficial for the soul. This is just a few of the things I did,Continue reading “Solo Adventures”
Our local Metal Museum does a monthly happy hour with music, beverages, and a food truck. Tonight was a luau to end the summer. With hurricane Gordon working its way through the southern states, we’ve been watching the radars closely. We had a backup plan if the rain hit earlier in the day, but whenContinue reading “Wet Whet Thursday”
A great day with a great ending.
I went for a walk this evening and had my own personal episode of Wild Kingdom. The horses were hanging out by the fence waiting for treats. The deer were romping through the woods. I didn’t get a shot of the buffalo hanging out, but even with my phone managed to capture a dragonfly takingContinue reading “What ya got for me?”
I find that it’s easier to share things directly on Facebook after I post on the #365photo page and I forget to post them here. So for fb folks, there maybe be some duplication. I also have a question for my fb friends. I have found in the past, when I have share a linkContinue reading “A few days”
This #365photo is a slightly enhanced view from Hyde Lake tonight at Shelby Farms.
Nothing better than enjoying a small batch agave spirit on a beautiful evening. #365photo Cheers y’all!
It was the most gorgeous evening. I went out on the patio with my glass of wine and started looking at my herbs, trying to decide what would be the photo subject of today’s #365photo. I snapped herbs from different angles, flowers, and bugs. While texting with my sister, I snapped a quick shot. IContinue reading “The photobomber”
I was wandering the yard around this morning & found myself in a corner I don’t normally go to. There were quite a few of these fungi in various sizes and arrangements. Mother Nature amazes once again. I can appreciate the beauty of mushrooms, I just wished they didn’t taste so terrible, not that thisContinue reading “Mushroom Monsters”
One of the reasons I moved back to the south was to experience summer. Summer in Portland was never long enough to grow beautiful tomatoes, and until recently, was never very warm. Native Oregonian’s would say otherwise, but growing up in the south, summers with 90 degrees plus and oppressive humidity is what we’re accustomedContinue reading “The sounds of summer”