I was walking around the lake and noticed the pond flowers in bloom. They are so pretty. Also this goose kept peeking at me from the wall before it brought its family up.
Went to the Mermaid Museum in Markham, WA near the Westport Winery on a beautiful sunny day. It was something different to do, and since I love fantasy things, why not visit the museum? It cost $3.00 a person to get in. To be frank, I expected more after the long drive, but it was…Read more »
I found this in an old cookbook and thought I’d share it. Be careful in your selection. Do not choose too young and take only such varieties as have been reared in good moral atmosphere. When decided and selected, let that part remain forever settled and give your entire thought to preparation for domestic use.…Read more »
I saw this fox image on a utility box and thought it was worth sharing.
Here is my latest painting.
Around the city, I’ve noticed more and more artists are painting on utility boxes. Some are amazing. Here are a few pics.
Some people are bored with the corona virus keeping everyone home. Frankly, I’m tired of hearing about all the negatives on the news of the virus. How about some positive news? It’s May and the flowers have sprung. It’s a good time if you have the space to grow your own food too which is…Read more »
Ever wondered the meaning behind Native American face paint? Well, here it is. Black means victory & success Red stands for beauty, faith, & happiness White means sharing, purity, & light Yellow stands for intellect & determination Green means nature, harmony, & healing Blue stands for wisdom & intuition Purple is a sacred color and…Read more »
Issaquah is country town with intriguing shops and old time theatres. Many people hike the mountain trails or bike ride. I hadn’t been to their zoo in years and decided to visit it. I was impressed with the changes and more animals added for a small zoo. A local artist opened an art gallery on…Read more »
Pt. Defiance is a 760-acre park in Tacoma, WA that includes a zoo with two aquariums, beach access, jogging trails, and beautiful gardens. It began as a military reservation with Ft. Nisqually at one point. In 1888, President Grover Cleveland authorized the land to be used as a public park. The rose garden has an…Read more »