Monthly Archives: March 2015

90/365 Shaggy log

I was looking for some green in the midst of all the gray and brown outside, and found this log covered with moss. It looks like someone may live in there! It was still early in the day, so I … Continue reading

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89/365 Hike

We’ve been intending to hike to Erskine Falls for a while now,  so this past weekend we hijacked some friends and did it.  It was 12 km, not insubstantial,  but made challenging by the path,  which required several river crossings, … Continue reading

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089/365 Flowers and ready for ‘maters

When I went to the store this morning (roomy was out of soda pop…and you don’t want to see him without his drink!!) they had pots of flowers by the way in. I just had to have some. My roomy … Continue reading

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86/365 bits and bobs

These photos reflect my week. The first is some electricity work with my yr 11 physics class, the next the bureau that I am getting. It used to be my Dad’s who passed away in 2013. I love that mum … Continue reading

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85/365: Spring?

I’ve had an eventful week. My brother got married on Saturday. I took a road trip with my BFF to see/hear Glennon Doyle Melton speak in Findlay, Ohio. Here she is below. (She is the author of Carry On, Warrior … Continue reading

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85 / 365 – Miscellaneous

Some birds in a park in London, near Lambeth: Seen in a shop in Victoria Street, one of the coolest streets in Edinburgh: An interesting gravestone by a church in Corstorphine, Edinburgh – my guess is either 17th or 18th … Continue reading

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84/365…Sailboats….

While waiting for the Ranger to leave port, I caught these two just lazing about the harbor. Calma Port Orchard, Washington, USA

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