Bethel Woods Museum Woodstock Monument .. … Did you Know? The Woodstock festival took place 70 miles away from Woodstock – in Bethel, New York. The organizers were not able to find a big enough spot in Woodstock itself – and then finally the framer Max Yasgur agreed to lease 600 acres of his alfalfa farm for … More Woodstock Post 4 – Bethel Woods Monument and more
Hello Readers – Earlier this year, Renee Greene, freelance writer and blogger from Heart Tokens (here) did a review of my Avian Friends book. It came at a surprise time – and was a special gift. I am still moved and it was a few months ago. Renee’s review of the book reminded me to stay … More Why Birds Matter & Avian Friends book review by Renee Greene
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Hello Readers. I have two entries for Carrot Ranch Fiction ____ Last week, HERE, the challenge was to write a 99-word story about “nourish” – Here is my take: Title: No Words Needed Come in, tired one. Sit down. I see you are on your way south. to the sea. Your bed for the night is there. And … More Carrot Ranch Fiction – No Words Needed & Danger
Hello everyone, the Lens-Artists theme this week is Pastimes, or what we do for enjoyent — One of my pastimes is “making time to stop and take some photos” You know how they say that life is better when we “make time to stop and smell the roses”? Well for me, my life is enriched by taking some … More Making Time to Stop and Take Some Photos (Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #97 – Pastimes)
Hello Readers, Today is Post #3 of Woodstock Visit 2019 ___ Slideshow with photos from The Museum at Bethel Woods Slideshow with photos from the lower level of The Museum at Bethel Woods They had the Moon lLanding display – 50-year anniversary stuff- this was an interactive art display where people could … More Woodstock Post 3 (Moon Landing Display, Bethel Woods Museum, Album Art, Credence Clearwater Song)
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Happy Monday Readers, It is time for Monday Morning Blooms. Both of City Sonnet’s color challenges match my post today – colors and letters: “wild rose color shade” photo a day: “creative” There is a hint of mild, wild rose shade in the cherry blossoms. Our “hanging in there cherry tree” bloomed in early April this … More Monday Morning Cherry Blossoms – from Richmond and D.C.
Hello Readers -to join in with Su’s Changing Seasons April challenge, I have some food items from April 2020 to share. Thanks to purple pumpernickel for inspiring me with her food post for the challenge here. Let’s start with Chia Seed pudding. This recipe is so easy — tastes delicious and it does not arrest the immune system … More Friday Food – Chia Seed Pudding Recipe and more….
Hello Readers, It is Thursday – and just got back form visiting Norm’s Doors on Wheels post and he shared some fun car doors (here). That reminded me of the little Hot Wheels cars we saw when we visited the Woodstock site in PA last year. Some readers know I have been wanting to share … More Woodstock Post 2 (VW cars, The Who Song, Michael Jordan Shrug)
Hello Readers, Digging into the archives for some street shots. All photos from East Coast of US February/March 2020 – let’s look up now: and across Road Closed – stay home.. find happiness in you own backyard (see comic) . . . . . . . … More Wednesday Street Shots (5/6/2020)
This week, the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge theme is “All Wet” Did some digging in the archives for today’s photos. ___ >>> >>> Let’s end with some humor: Here is the Carl Douglas Kung Fu Fighting song: >>> __ Today’s post reminded me that change is constant. The seasons of change will also bring us variety … More All Wet and Kung Fu Fighting Song (Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #95)