Articles tagged with walks
The darkness seemed much darker than at home in Culver City. Kosta was sitting at the picnic table in our campsite reading by the light of our camping lantern. A couple of raccoons looked curiously at us from the shadows. It was peaceful. It was then I re
I won't say I've accomplished nothing, but I have a lot of incomplete jobs, including a post need a photo for on a Seekyt post. I'm reviewing a local business and I'm waiting for a photo he was going to send me by email. So I can't post that yet.
Today it was cloudy and I was sure it would #rain. In fact, it had sprinkled a bit in the morning when I had gone to get something out of my car. But I know I need exercise, and in spite of my reluctance to go outside with such an ominous #sky, I went. I k
Tuesday I spent a lot of time on photo walks. One of the last places I walked was on a country road in Templeton. It had rained the night before and the world was fresh and green and the sky was amazing everywhere I looked. I parked in a church parking lot
Saturday was productive, but since Sunday I've been somewhat burned out. So I slowed down and didn't write much of anything. I had felt a bit ill Friday night and didn't sleep much. Since it was a stomach problem, I had to watch every thing I ate Satu
This is the milestone I've been waiting for. I've had cabin fever, but it was too rainy and cold to go for a real #walk before today. Since I was supposed to start small, I decided to make the two-block trek to the neighborhood mailbox and back. I was craz
As one who has always preferred working with words to working with numbers, I had to appreciate this shirt I saw a woman wearing in #Spreckels in 2013. I had implored my husband to let us stop for a few minutes on our way to Carmel Valley so I could take a