Hi, My bike rides are before the sun comes up now but my lights and reflective gear keeps me safe. I watch for the bunnies and wildlife that are along the trail. They dart in and out of the light beam on my handlebars. Keep on believing in the possibilities. Here’s some pictures from last … Continue reading
Hi All, The dry air is coming with the cooler temperatures in Minneapolis, Minnesota. I repaired my first rear bike tire derailed and all and managed it in little over an hour. It was a good feeling to have my warm weather gear working at 37 F so hoping with more layers it will work … Continue reading
Hi All, Fall is with us now. The sky is what I call a September blue today – very rich and deep in the morning. I’m getting ready for heating season – changing the furnace filter and vacuuming in all the corners. I got some herbs that deter mice from seeking my apartment as a … Continue reading
Hi, Here’s my memorial garden highlights as we enter summer time. Its been hectic at work but I enjoy the peaceful moments out in the garden and enjoying the mallard ducks that choose to nest here. Some of the flowers are from shared areas at Autumn Woods – always something fun to see on quiet … Continue reading
Hi, I hope this post finds everyone well and finding the sunshine even on a cloudy day. I’ve finished planting my terrace garden now after the mallard duck had 6 eggs hatch in one of my terrace pots. In the nest pot there was one Morning Glory plant started all on its own from last … Continue reading
Hi All, Fall is beginning in Minneapolis Minnesota. Here’s some pictures from yesterday’s walk. The blue in the sky is changing as the Earth shifts away from the Sun in my part of the globe. What changes have you been noticing in the neighborhoods around your homes?
Hi All, I enjoy planting seeds in the Spring to see a promise unfold all summer long. I didn’t realize how doable gardens could be until I found an inspiring post from Nora Roberts Long Weekend Blog Post. I hope you get a chance to explore http://fallintothestory.com there’s interesting travel, gardening, and writing tips to ferret out and … Continue reading
Hi All, I enjoy the 3,000 + steps up to the Maryland Washington Monument. This year I had my Apple Watch along so I know how far it is from the base of the mountain up to the top of the Washington Mounment – about 20 stone steps that spiral up from the base in … Continue reading