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Category Archives: nature
An earlier post I wrote about the road to Yellowstone, I shared the stop at the Crazy Horse Memorial. Here I have selected a portion of the hot springs, geysers and a waterfall that captured my photographic eyes at Yellowstone. … Continue reading
My recent trip in July to Los Angeles for a conference was going to be just another hotel stay, see the same four walls, drink the same coffee and connecting with people from my conference tribe. I made a different … Continue reading
Lately, over the past couple of months, I have crossed paths with the wind, the rain, the hail, the snow, the sunshine, the night owls and nature’s musical dawn awakening. Spring brought a flood of water standing in the neighbors … Continue reading
If you have read some of my past posts over a year ago, many of them reference to the Morton Arboretum where nature meets man. Joy Morton, A man of Salt and trees, yes Morton as in the salt company … Continue reading
A few posts ago, I wrote about the Historic Ice Age Trail I walked on in Wisconsin. Apparently after that post, there were a few discoveries I decided to share. While the start of the journey seemed so barren, there … Continue reading
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Here we are on a trail that sounds so old and reminds me of the Ice Age movies. Hiking the trail seemed boring at first until you start to take a closer look. Found in and around Wisconsin, there are … Continue reading
So…last year we had snow fall, but it always fell heavy on the weekend and roads were clear and ready for buses to bring kids to school and cars on the road back to work. Winter returns as the flakes … Continue reading