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Monarch Butterflies & Bees in Minnesota August and September, 2017

A summer full of Monarch Butterflies planting flowers that help pollinators is the secret and a team effort. Thanks to Twin Cities and surrounding area for being committed to helping butterflies and bees thrive once again.

Fort Snelling State Park August 1st, 2017 Walk Pictures

Hi All,I enjoy Fort Snelling State Park walking paths. Today I went on the trail where the planes fly over – so close you could almost reach out and touch them.The airport commission restored the wetlands so its only fair that the aircraft are a big part of the Fort Snelling Hiking experience. The habitat … Continue reading

Friends I Met on my Trip to Maryland, July 21 – 24th, 2017.

Hi All, I’m thankful for the friends I met on my travels to South Mountain State Park, Antietam Battlefield, Turn The Page Bookstore, Robins Nest, Dan’s Resturaunt and Tap House, Vista, Sherry’s Beauty Shop, and Old Homestead.  All these places had lovely people to meet and exchange some ideas from the weather, what’s beautiful to … Continue reading

South Mountain Hike on July 23rd, 2017 Vacation Trip

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

July 16 Garden and Walking Pictures from Minneapolis Minnesota

Hi All, Thanks for stopping by to see some of the moments I wanted to share as I journey through life.  I hope you find beauty wherever you go and take to the time to share when you can.  Enjoy.  I hope the Diagonal Trail will be designated as a regional park – it brings … Continue reading

Fort Snelling February 18, 2017 Walk Pictures

July, 2016 Vacation Trip To Maryland – Hightlights

Antietam National Battlefield at Sharpsburg, Maryland Picture Mosaic Chesapeake Bay; picture mosaic from my trip to Baltimore, Maryland; the largest inland estuary in the contiguous US according to Wikipedia