Monthly Archives: May 2015

Tennessee Woodhenge and Dutch Oven Cooking

Okay, it may be a stretch to call this a “woodhenge,” after all, this is not going to last for centuries nor is it ever going to be a mystery, but that was the image that came to mind. The … Continue reading

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Cave Salamander

Natural History Topic of the Month This was a busy weekend here in Tennessee—for us. My wife hosted what she calls a Rookie Roundup for newer members of Sisters on the Fly. They had activities like practicing backing their trailers, … Continue reading

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Engine Venting Steam

Photo of the Week – May 13, 2015 Greenfield Village, Michigan From last fall’s trip to Greenfield Village, near Detroit, Michigan. This train runs a regular route around the park. The Village has three different engines that they use to … Continue reading

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The Most Photographed Lighthouse of the Mid-Atlantic?

Lighthouse of the Month – Cape May, New Jersey I really do not know if it is the most photographed lighthouse in the mid-Atlantic, but I would not be surprised. Why? First it is a classic tall columnar structure in … Continue reading

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Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness #10

This bridge railing seems really aged. It is often covered in green moss. Reflections in the river are barely visible through the vertical pillars of the railing. This also makes an attractive color image. Go to Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness … Continue reading

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Sunday Stills Challenge – Pointy Things

Could not resist this challenge. Showing two items that are part of my personal history. The first will be no surprise if you have seen some of my earlier posts (e. g., There I was…) Do you recognize this contraption? … Continue reading

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Broad-Headed Skink – Saved from the Cat!

I love living in the country. There are many reasons, but one is the fact that we share our little “estate” with many other critters. For example, you may recall my encounter with a Spadefoot Toad. This morning I checked … Continue reading

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Stone Mountain Fall

Photo of the Week – May 6, 2015 Just a Reminder! I know, it is spring; but just a reminder of fall, taken near the foot of Stone Mountain, Georgia in October. And, our friends in Australia will understand. Photograph … Continue reading

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Time and Energy Management – Sort Of

Time (measured in fuel remaining) and energy management (roughly based on current speed and altitude) are the two keys for a combat pilot. They also apply to me as a blogger—sort of. This time of year, and the next two … Continue reading

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Cee’s Which Way Challenge Post – Week 17

Where’s That Ocean? These photos follow the meanderings of a Horseshoe Crab as it finds its way back to the water. Taken at East Point, New Jersey, within sight of the Atlantic Ocean. The Horseshoe Crab is protected. Once each … Continue reading

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