Thursday Doors (& Poetry book by Charly Priest)

Hello Readers – To join in with Norm’s Thursday Doors I have some black and white from an old hotel in Richmond, Virginia.  PART 2: POETRY BOOK Charly Priest’s (here) has his poetry book on Amazon (HERE) and on Kindle here CP’s old post is HERE _____________________________________________________________ Remember: P R I O R H O … More Thursday Doors (& Poetry book by Charly Priest)

Breaking Bad: El Camino Movie (PROS & CONS)

***Warning – this post contains a few spoilers*** Good afternoon readers, Recently watched El Camino, the new Breaking Bad movie (here).  NOT too inspired. Why? The movie felt like two or three episodes of Breaking Bad where they wrapped up loose ends from the series. Not strong enough to be a movie. The ending “could” … More Breaking Bad: El Camino Movie (PROS & CONS)

Filling the Frame in Alabama (Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #66)

The Lens-Artists Photo Challenge this week invited bloggers to “fill the frame” (here) For my entry, I have more photos from Alabama. First, this flower from a rest area: Let’s fill the frame as Patti suggested: An employee saw me taking a photo of that first flower. She went out of her way to come over … More Filling the Frame in Alabama (Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #66)

Pioneer Museum of Alabama (Post 2 of 2) Old Train, Old Car, and Reusable Bags Made from Jeans

Becky’s Square Photo Challenge this month is all about LINES (here) and to join in again, I have a second post about the Pioneer Museum of Alabama  (here).  Let’s start with this photo of Engine #14 and the RR crossing sign.  Did you know that Charles Dickens almost died in a train accident? The Staplehurst Railway Accident happened on … More Pioneer Museum of Alabama (Post 2 of 2) Old Train, Old Car, and Reusable Bags Made from Jeans

Pioneer Museum of Alabama (Post 1 of 2) Stick Art, Doors, Grapette Soda Sign

October means Becky’s Square Photograph Challenge is back and this month is all about LINES (here).  To start off the square challenge, I have photos from the Pioneer Museum of Alabama (website is here) __ First, square photos.  Next, the rest of the photos  __ Those old coke bottles and the old sign with “Grapette Soda, Thirsty or Not” Reminded me of an … More Pioneer Museum of Alabama (Post 1 of 2) Stick Art, Doors, Grapette Soda Sign

Florida, The Sunshine State (Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #65)

The Lens-Artists Photo Challenge this week is hosted by Tina and she invited bloggers to “Pick a Place” Author side note – if you are a Game of Thrones fan, you might want to check out Amy’s Croatia Post (here). I finally watched GOT and  it was quite the experience (and yes, I fast forwarded some … More Florida, The Sunshine State (Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #65)

Thursday Doors from Church Hill, Virginia (Gentrification Underway)

Hello Readers, bringing you to Church Hill, Virginia for a Thursday Doors post.  Church Hill is a small neighborhood east of downtown Richmond, Virginia. Church Hill is where Patrick Henry gave his “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death” speech. Church Hill is also where the largest Civil War hospital was located – over in Chimborazo Park In the … More Thursday Doors from Church Hill, Virginia (Gentrification Underway)

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Anything with 1, 2, or 3 Wheels

Happy Sunday Readers  I am joining in with Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Anything with 1, 2, or 3 Wheels   __   Debbie’s One Word Sunday is shelter – and here are my photos thoughts for that theme     All photos today are from Summer 2019 in the Richmond, Virginia area Thanks for viewing – … More Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Anything with 1, 2, or 3 Wheels

Chainsaw Art (lumber sculpture) from Boot Jack Mountain (Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #64)

The Lens-Artists Photo Challenge this week invites bloggers to share photos from the countryside or small towns. Amy is hosting this week HERE Today I have art from Boot Jack Mountain in scenic Pennsylvania. The town has less than 5,000 people. In 1900, the people living in Ridgeway, PA was 3,515; in 1940, 6,253; and in 2010, 4,078. In … More Chainsaw Art (lumber sculpture) from Boot Jack Mountain (Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #64)

Friday Food: NINJA AIR FRYER – Liver and Onions – and Watermelon Rose Water

Happy Friday readers. Part 1: Ninja Air Fryer  Have you heard of the (not so new) Ninja Air Fryer?   We brought one home this summer and it is convenient – makes food crispy and can be used for veggies and meats.  We will keep using ours – but I still prefer the cast-iron skillet.  Mark’s Daily … More Friday Food: NINJA AIR FRYER – Liver and Onions – and Watermelon Rose Water