I can tell you that Relia's garden, her life and her legacy, has brought forth some of the most delicious and beautiful fruit possible. So many of us, including myself, have blossomed as a result of her tender sowing and thoughtful care. And now in her passing, she leaves a bounteous harvest that has the silos of love overflowing in a bounteous bumper crop of abundance.
I will never forget that day. So glad I was able to take my children to the memorial. #911 #NeverForget #WeRemember #911Memorial #OneWorld #NewYorkCity
Bob Ross's artwork will be on exhibition in VA and plans are being made for even more.
We had a great Labor Day weekend getaway. We visited two ski areas and each surprised us with all the super cool summer fun they have. #ziplines #slides #skijumping #tubing #tram #mountains @Snowbird #UtahOlympicPark #UtahLifeElevated #wildflowers #trails #ParkCity #summer #weather
In January of 2017, I set out for an ill-conceived trip to northern Utah to visit the Spiral Jetty. I almost made it all the way there. If it wasn't for feet of snow on the last nine miles of road. You can read about that here. The two photos below show a picture of … Continue reading Finishing the Jetty Journey
I recently wrote here on my blog about my first travels to the east side of San Francisco Bay. I shared some pix shot from the east side looking toward downtown San Francisco. In that post, I wrote very briefly about a large homeless community that really struck a chord with me, and how for some … Continue reading 24th and Wood
The view from the Canyon Overlook Trail Every since I have been in Utah, I have wanted to make the trip to Zion National Park. It is located in southeastern Utah. It is about 200 miles from where I live. Ann and I just decided that we would drive down for an overnight. We really … Continue reading Finally Made it to Zion!