We are now entering the time of green. Everything is leafing out, pollen is flowing, lungs are coughing, sinuses are draining. Ahhh, spring! We’ve missed you! So many little things are going on with life, some not terribly interesting and others along the art line. I finally was well enough to travel to Eugene and startContinue reading “Springing the brain”
Frost. There is always something special about the first (or the second) frost of the season. It pushes the fact that yes, the seasons are changing. Of course, we would have missed this beautiful experience if the Mexico Thanksgiving holiday had gone through. So far the weather forecast is rain on Monday, shifting to freezing tempsContinue reading “Second Frost”
It’s Monday morning and the week has started. Hopefully, new energy has flowed into my fingers and brain after a bit of a break. Dave came home Saturday night after a week in Austin TX. We spent Sunday unpacking all his things and attempting to store childhood items that traveled home, suitcases aired, laundry startedContinue reading “A new week, figs and fires”
Our mornings were pretty laid back, enjoying the sunrise, watching the turtle & surfer population, and drinking coffee. On this day our plan was to head east to view two waterfalls: Wailua & Opaeka’a Falls. Morning on the lanai… Mike & Shannon getting ready for the day. Surfers already out enjoying the morning waves. FirstContinue reading “Kauai Trip: waterfalls and sunset”
Ferns are a certain sign of spring in our home climate. I’ve been watching bracken ferns slowly opening along the trails in Mac Forrest. On the Kauai trip there were oodles of ferns of all sizes opening new fronds. Here are some of the images taken primarily in the Koke’e State Park.