Well, somewhat wordless. My normal schedule is off this week. My Thursday appointment is today. Tomorrow, I am taking my daughter to the airport very early in the morning. It seemed a good day to do a photo post real quick before I have to be online. In addition to horses and goats, MTR also … More Wordless Wednesday: Barn Cats
Still trying to adjust back to a writing schedule. Hopefully more than my TV post coming tomorrow. Until then, enjoy some recent pictures from the farm.
I spent the last 7 days at my brother’s house in Kentucky. While I was there I spent a little time acting like a tourist. On my first full day there I drove to the county where I grew up. I stopped by my childhood home and took a picture(apparently, they were taking mine as … More Being a Tourist Back Home in Kentucky
The LDS Temple in DC is open right now for public tours. It will close to the public again next month. We did the tour yesterday. Photos were not allowed inside, but there were several good photo ops outside the temple. You can see more of my. photos here. I wanted to get this picture … More Selfie Culture is Ruining Tourist Attractions
Just a few pictures from the barn.
I’ve taken a lot of pictures over the years. I had one I took in Hawaii in 1992 that I really liked, but I’m too lazy to grab the honeymoon album and scan it. So, I will only go with pictures I have taken with my phone and uploaded somwhere. I will also cheat and … More Bloganuary 20: What is Your Favorite Photo You’ve Ever Taken?
I guess this is kind of a Wordless Wednesday post, but I am adding captions to the photos, so not really? I wnt through the pictures on my phone and picked some of my favorites from the year. I only picked ones that did not have clear shots of people. There were fewer, less exciting … More My Favorite 2021 Photos
My son is Audubon Naturalist Society’s restoration manager at Woodend Nature Sanctuary. Yesterday was the grand opening of the newly restored Woodend. We went down for a guided tour. The new trail is now wheelchair accessible. If you live in the DMV and enjoy nature you should visit. Here are some photos from the tour.