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NonRolling Stones Gathering Moss
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Category Archives: Spring
Three robin’s eggs in a nest on top of my back porch light. This is the second time since we’ve lived in this house that a robin has nested in that exact spot. The last time it didn’t end well … Continue reading
This post at Contralto Corner featuring my daughter became the high point of my evening. I really need a Spring/Summer home in the Pacific Northwest so I can enjoy her live performances in person this season, or any season for … Continue reading
Yesterday at lunch I spied several lovely Spring blooms, providing a much needed splash of beautiful color to an otherwise gloomy week. Happy Vernal Equinox!
Last fall, we had some landscaping done on the east and north sides of the house. The south side just had some fill dirt graded against the foundation and a cherry try planted between the apple tree and the fence. … Continue reading
May has been like April was supposed to be – full of showers. And all that rain is preventing me from taking refreshing lunch time walks (otherwise, I end up walking in circles in the bottom of the parking garage … Continue reading
Tonight is my first night this year as a volunteer of the Astronomical Society of Kansas City in our public outreach efforts to introduce astronomical observing to the public. Every Saturday night in May and through the end of October, … Continue reading
At the beginning of April, I embarked on two (2) virtual walks. The first is sponsored by my employer and is called “The Big 1” and described as “The Big 1 takes you on a coastal voyage from Laguna Beach … Continue reading
It must be June because my day lilies bloomed today: I also briefly saw the sun today but alas, just like this recently passed May, the clouds hid it again. Posted from WordPress for Android via my Samsung smartphone. Please … Continue reading
Tom strikes again with a gorgeous photograph of a full rainbow plus the double echo or shadow one. Rainbow by Tom J. Martinez Absolutely beautiful.