Hi All – It’s a beautiful day in Minneapolis. The Memorial Terrace Garden is blooming and enjoying the rain and sun. The Peony has bloomed. It opens in the day and closes with the sunset. Here’s the highlights as of June 7th, 2020.
Hi All, I got a bike ride completed this morning for about 3.9 miles in 34 minutes. It was a good time high humidity but temps in the low 70’s so not bad. Keep moving everyone and a special Happy Birthday to all of you July 4th babies.
Hi All, I hope the beginning of the Summer Season is treating you well wherever you are in the Northern Hemisphere. Here in Minneapolis it has been a warm 2nd weekend of Summer. High humidity has brought us into the sub-tropics without even needing to take a trip. Some lightning and thunder so far this … Continue reading
Hi All, My first bike ride of the Spring season was a little more than 4 miles in about 44 minutes. The tune up involved adjusting the front brake caliper, oiling the chain and derailer. I also pumped up the tires put on the front tire. All survived the winter in the back of my … 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
May you all be looking forward to a beautiful winter wherever you are. The sun sets sooner in Minneapolis Minnesota this time of year but I still find some beauty in night sky.
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 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
Hi All, Last Sunday, July 23, 2017, I had the honor to walk where soldiers fought the most bloody battle of the Civil War. In just one day on September 17th, 1862, 23,000 Americans lost their lives. All Americans fighting for their country for different ideals that by the end of the day neither side … Continue reading