Monthly Archives: June 2009

Wood Carvings

Scott Dow, who carves animals from hefty chunks of tree trunks, displayed his art on Memorial Day at Miracle Mountain Ranch.  These carvings fascinated me.  Scott uses a chain saw to carve out an animal, and then uses a torch … Continue reading

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Beauty in the Cemetery

This photo is another of my pictures taken in the Erie Cemetery at the end of May.  I have a good many blue Iris plants of my own but mine are a much lighter blue with accents of a more … Continue reading

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Robin in the Sunlight

This picture was taken in Erie Cemetery in late May.  The robin was keeping an eye on me but she wasn’t very afraid of me.  I like how she’s walking in the strip of sunshine with the darker shadows just … Continue reading

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Mural

This mural is painted on the wall of our hospital cafeteria.  I had the pleasure of watching the artist doing some of the painting.  I really like the mural but I think it’s more special to me because I was … Continue reading

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Plants at the Cemetery

Today we went to the cemetery to check on the petunia we planted on Saturday.  You can’t see it here in the shadows but the petunia was doing okay.  The blooms from the rhododendron are spent now and dropped petals … Continue reading

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Looking Ahead

I have two favorite passages from the Hobbit.  One is about the road ahead, a poem. The road goes ever on and on Out from the gate where it began Now far ahead the road has gone And I must … Continue reading

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