SIGNS OF SPRING

Today, Freezing temperatures and a snow storm are in the forecast. It certainly delays spring for us raring to have some greens and warmer weather. While this is a setback in my gardening dreams, I can take heart in the fact that spring will finally take over even if winter is quite reluctant to relinquishContinue reading “SIGNS OF SPRING”

WILD WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE: WILDLIFE

The challenge this week in Let’s Be Wild is Wildlife. In the place where I live, which is an urban area, the only wild things I see are the squirrels, mole, and rabbits that hide in the secret recesses of our backyard.  They only appear when I am indoors and could not bother them withContinue reading “WILD WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE: WILDLIFE”

WILD WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE: ESCAPE (TO THE RED POND)

On Saturday, I got the chance to get out of the house on my own.    I spent my time visiting the pond and the nearby hill that I went to last Sunday.  Since it was the middle of the day, there were a few people in the park and at the pond who, likeContinue reading “WILD WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE: ESCAPE (TO THE RED POND)”

SUNDAY POST: (SWAN LAKE IN THE ) CITY

To respond to Jake’s challenge this week, CITY, I decided to go on a walking tour of my little New England City fondly nicknamed The Silver City. A hundred or so years ago, Taunton, as it is called, was the home of factories that produced fine silver goods. These factories included Reed & Barton, PooleContinue reading “SUNDAY POST: (SWAN LAKE IN THE ) CITY”