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One of the joys of living in a part of the world with seasons is when the turn comes from winter to spring. That’s when all the lovely ice cream parlors, hot dog stands and other seasonal eateries open. For … Continue reading
Just like the spring flowers, art and craft shows are popping up all over! A couple of weeks ago the call went out at Andy’s workplace for spring themed art and craft items to display in their front showcase. I … Continue reading
Spring can’t come fast enough for me! I have definitely had enough snow, wind and ice. Slush covers every street and parking lot, salt is encrusted on my car. I no sooner get it washed than the cycle starts again. … Continue reading
This photo challenge was, well, challenging! My family had a lot of fun this year. We only left Ohio twice, and even then we just went over the border into Pennsylvania. We went to a lot of beautiful and … Continue reading
Sunshine, gentle waves, light breeze. One hour later, rain.
Thursday, May 3, was the most gorgeous day so far this year with a record high for the North Coast of 88 degrees! Hurray, Yippee, Woohoo! After dinner I asked Andy if he would like to go up to the … Continue reading
On my errands this morning I noticed this pretty cloud formation out over Lake Erie: I got out of the car and holey moley – the wind nearly knocked me over! I only live about a mile as the crow flies … Continue reading
Not the place to be on a boat today or tonight! Below views from Overlook Beach Park, Mentor-On-The-Lake, Ohio, USA Marine Forecast for Lake Erie as of 3:33 PM EDT on April 23, 2012 Gale Warning in effect through late … Continue reading
The honking and splashing of Canadian geese. The tapping of woodpeckers in the trees. Frogs trilling. The swish of fishing line flying out, the plop of the bobber hitting the water. Kids laughing and calling out “I caught one” or … Continue reading