Category Archives: family

~ Almost Two And A Half ~ WPC: Delta (as in transitions and change) ~

  Delta

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~ Wordless Wednesday ~

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~ Flowers, Nature, Friends, Family and Home ~ WPC: Relax ~

I am inclined to agree with Jane Austin on the subject of relaxing: “Ah! There is nothing like staying at home, for real comfort.” “Flowers . . . have a mysterious and subtle influence upon the feelings, not unlike some … Continue reading

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~ Weekly Photo Challenge – Fun! ~

My week-long stay at Crescent Creek Cottages began with a family reunion with cousin Duncan Low, and his wonderful companion Carolyn, who joined us for one night and the next morning. It had been forty years since I last met-up … Continue reading

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~ Repost ~ Hillary is Hermione — rachelmankowitz

Sometime over the past few weeks, after the twentieth or twenty-first media expert complained about how careful and studied Hillary Clinton is, how she plans and researches everything, and she’s so boring compared to Trump’s constant impulsiveness, I started to … Continue reading

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~ Wenatchee ~

It was difficult to leave Shady Pines Resort on Friday. We liked the cabin, the intimacy of the resort and I was pleased at how unspoiled the entire place remains. On the road to Wenatchee, we drove into a thunderstorm … Continue reading

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~ Conconully by Canoe + WPC – Cherry On Top ~

Thursday afternoon, I rented a canoe and paddled Jello over to the 72 foot high (~21 m) earthen dam that created this reservoir. Constructed by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation in 1910-11, and reconstructed in 1969, the Conconully Dam is … Continue reading

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