Buck Hollow. An idyllic and tranquil view later to be interrupted by the arrival of a bear. [1 picture and a few words]
Still - Day two. Fantastic view in the morning. [1 picture]
Sunset at Table Rock Lake. [1 Picture]
Table Rock Lake at Piney Creek - Day one of three days backpacking in Piney Creek Wilderness. [1 picture]
Feeder Creek on the Tower Trail (Hollow route) [2 Pictures and a few words]
Bear Run - But what's to be seen if you face the other way? [1 picture]
Austin, Texas at night from the Colorado River [1 picture]
Cross by Lake Kanuga. [2 pictures]
An afternoon being taught fly fishing on Lake Taneycomo. After several hours of practice - do I look like a fly fisherman yet? [6 Pictures]
One of the very first photographs I took when I bought my first digital camera.
July 21 I took Luke for an afternoon kayaking on the James River at Springfield, Missouri [12 pictures].
Seen through the structure of Steel Bridge, the motor vessel Ken Mei on the Willamette River, loading grain in Portland Oregon.
I crossed the river on this bridge during my afternoon walk around Portland. I can vouch for all the modes of transport mentioned using the bridge. I saw them all while I watched and took my pictures. I got ‘trapped’... Continue Reading →
This creek was mainly dry, but near where we camped there was some water, Ginger filtered enough water from here to keep us going for the hike out. I didn’t notice the reflections when I was taking the picture –... Continue Reading →
A lucky shot just pointing the camera out of the window. As I drive to and from the Diocesan Office in Kansas City (three hours each way), one of the benefits is this view.
Fishing Lures - No fish at all today. [1 picture]
The Fall color has really come along the past couple of weeks. You can see the rest of today’s pictures here.
Working for yourself has its disadvantages and advantages. Seven day weeks and long hours are a couple of the disadvantages. One of the advantages is that when a friend asks if I want to go fishing, with a bit of... Continue Reading →
I was hoping for another really stunning sunset, it wasn’t to be. It was pretty but not a really knock you off your feet affair. I was also hoping to catch some fish, and that wasn’t to be either…I had... Continue Reading →
John was kind enough to invite me sailing again. A gentle 4-7 mph breeze was predicted and, for the first part of our sail, that’s what we got. As the day went on the wind become increasingly fickle and we... Continue Reading →
First sail of the season and for a change there was some wind John invited me to join him for his first sail of the season. The end of June sounds a bit late for getting in the first sail,... Continue Reading →
It’s been nearly a year since Tom and I last went fishing… So, I was pleased when I got the text asking if I was able to fit in some time on the lake. Tom must have been feeling generous... Continue Reading →
You can read about this afternoon’s hike here.
One of my favorite pictures from this afternoon's hike.
Vacation Day 25 – Waiting for the Beam Engine House to Open We had a lot to cram in today. Move digs from our friend Liv’s to my sister’s house, go to church, visit the Eastney Beam Engine House and... Continue Reading →
The river and particularly the area near the falls is chock-a-block with dozens of little stone cairns, just like this one.
Vaction Day 21 – After a chance to dry out and warm up we visited St. Nectan’s Glen The key attraction at St. Nectan’s Glen is St. Nectan’s Kieve Which is another name for a basin or plunge pool, which... Continue Reading →
Vacation Day 21 – Not put off by the dreary weather and a complete lack of surf, Lanie managed to persuade Ann to not only lend her a wetsuit top and body board, but, also to take her bodyboarding. Not... Continue Reading →
A Stroll on the Beach at Sunset, Widemouth Bay, Cornwall. And what a glorious sunset it was too. [2 pictures]
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