Monthly Archives: June 2012

182/366 Mini-Woodstock

I started my vacation by attending the Lakeside Blues Festival in Järvenpää, an annual event that has been arranged for over 30 years already. For me and my family, this was the fifth time there. It’s a popular picnic event; … Continue reading

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182/366 – Sweet Williams

The weather has been rather horrendous here lately; very heavy rain and high winds, so as a balm to that, I’m posting some macro photos of some Sweet William that I bought last week. [Posted by Heliona; taken at home]

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181/365 Our trip begins

Hello friends, I am writing this from our hotel lounge in Pepinster Belgium.  We had a long journey yesterday travelling from Australia here, we called it the never ending Thursday!  Below are a few of snaps from the Hotel and … Continue reading

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181/366 – Fuzzy Guardian

I kept my roommate’s little girl over last weekend. On Sat. I took her on the bus to the mall for a kiddie activity. After a VERY long day, Munchkin fell asleep in her floor. I went back in later … Continue reading

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180/366 The Market and What the Hobbit Got There

One of the big advantages of not having a full-time job is getting to go the weekly market that is held on Thursday mornings in my town. We’ve had some unexpected sunshine today, and I thought the flower-stand looked particularly … Continue reading

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180/366 Cedarburg Strawberry Festival

There is a quaint historic town about 12 miles down the road called Cedarburg. In 2011 it was named one of Forbes magazines 11 ‘Prettiest Towns in America’. One of my husbands co-workers is from Scotland and he chose to … Continue reading

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179/366….Little Green Apples…

This tree is across the street from me right where my mailbox is. They ripen to yellow apples, but here they are just starting out in life. Calma Port Orchard, Washington, USA

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