Monthly Archives: December 2018

Mountains and Trees

How fortunate we are to have this pleasant scenery just fifteen or so minutes from our house.  It makes it possible to gather up our camera equipment and dash out just to do some experimenting with our toys. I have … Continue reading

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Cows in the Meadow

Not a very productive day – photowise – but there were some good shots to be had, even from the window of the van as we bumpity-bumped along the very rough gravel road on the way to Cascabel. As it … Continue reading

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Winter Fruits of Arizona

The two pears waited patiently for their turn to be in the morning cereal fruit bowl. What an enormous treat to be able to enjoy these wonderful fruits year round.

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Les Restes du Jour (The Remains of the Day)

There were no leftover blueberry pancakes for NOLA Boy’s pre-breakfast snack this morning, so I quickly made up some fresh French Toast – Pain Perdu.  I guess the name of the dish and “fresh” are rather at odds with one … Continue reading

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Tapicoa

  He was just getting started as Doc on “Gunsmoke” when Milburn Stone appeared in the 1954 move “The Siege at Red River”, as did the pre-Paladin (“Have Gun, Will Travel”) Richard Boone. They co-starred with the popular and versatile … Continue reading

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Golden Rainbow

All the way home from a reconnoiter, this rainbow teased me by showing itself in one perfect place after another.  But from a moving vehicle  .  .  .  well, the opportunities are sparse to capture it in just the right … Continue reading

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