Take a moment to enjoy some of the moments we have captured.
There are always a few words behind the photo.
Puyallup’s Van Lierop Park is awash in Lupines. The Lupines have attracted all number of birds including this Pine Sisken
California Poppies in Van Lierop Park, Puyallup, WA
Arches National Park is definitely in the must see column. We didn’t take enough time however. The virus was against us.
Thor’s Hammer and The Sinking Ship If you have been to Bryce Canyon, or read my previous post, A Utah Adventure: Part 2, Bryce Canyon, then you will be familiar with Thor’s Hammer, The Sinking Ship, and The Escalante Mountains. The Hammer pokes up high into the clouds. Behind it…
Our plan to visit Goblin Valley State Park was thwarted as the response to the COVID-19 Pandemic intensified.
By Northwest standards, Lower Calf Creek Falls is about a 5 or 6. We can find waterfalls on just about any road in the Cascade Mountains. It is however, a very pretty spot. In the summertime, I bet the pool is just as crowded with kids as any backyard pool.…
Angel’s Palace Trail High on the list of recommended places to visit along Utah Highway 12, is Kodachrome Basin State Park. The basin opens to the south. The state has tucked a nice campground up in its northern end. The visitor’s center was closed but camping and exploring were still…
This evening I was playing with bubbles Not the ones in the bathtub, rather some larger ones which have to be inflated to get to the size I wanted.
A fly explores a seed pod at the end of a stalk of grass.
Green Grass What do they call the tassel atop a stalk of grass?