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The fond memories I have of that day trip in May 2019. We started out with breakfast in Torrey, Utah at a great coffee shop and headed straight down scenic Highway 12. And this is where the not well planned … Continue reading
Humans do like giving names to things; their children, themselves, cars, cameras, where they live and in the case of the park here – rock formations. Not only is there the looming chimney rock itself but there is also a … Continue reading
Well that got your attention didn’t it? When I, Ingrid and Nancy went hiking it was a marvelous day spent with friends. I shall confess that they are far far more adept at hiking than I am, then again look … Continue reading
Photography has come a long way since the first tintype photos were made. Images have progressed from black and white to sepia to color and in some cases to colors that really don’t exist in nature. We’ve all seen that … Continue reading
What happens when three women who have been blogging buddies for years finally all get together at the same time? Fun, hilarity, bad jokes, really bad jokes, hiking, a picnic with killer squirrels… and of course wonderful friendship. You know … Continue reading
And the high trail we did take. At this point we hadn’t reached the top yet but what a view! It was a girls only hike as DH and his dad went to a pub (the nerve of them!) and … Continue reading
You take the low road….
This photo jumps a bit ahead from the last one I posted but eventually I will get back to that series; I’ve so much more to share with you. I was walking the path on top of Cadillac Mountain in … Continue reading