Yogurt drops

Rats! Living in the woods we get lots and lots of them. And we have several traps that L. will set faithfully with peanut butter every night. During the winter we often catch more than one a night and I cry every time. Why would I cry, you ask. It's just a rat, considered to … Continue reading Yogurt drops



Unusually thick spider web, you don't want to walk into one of these... Portrait of my Dad playing with a burning stick. rain suspended in air The transformation from bloom to seed pod Unusual


On my porch teasing me in deep purple, a flower so delicate it doesn't seem real. It's velvety sheen begs to be touched, fingers twitching simply to pluck. Stooping in to take a closer look, struck by beauty so profound. I decide to leave it be and enjoy the sight of it for days to … Continue reading Purple


I love bridges, all shapes and sizes. I have been lucky to have visited quite a few iconic ones. Some I have digital pictures of, some I don't. Here are a few of them. Brooklyn Bridge, New York Capilano Suspension Bridge, North Vancouver, Canada Deception Pass Bridge, Washington State Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Old … Continue reading Across


The dogs were outside enjoying their last sunbath of the day. Linus sitting regally on the blanket L. had spread earlier in the day. Phoebe had plopped down unceremoniously in the dirt next to the blanket, belly up towards the warmth of the sun. L. and danced around each other in the kitchen, he was … Continue reading Coon