This was my most strenuous hike yet. I didn’t plan it to be but I didn’t know I was going to hike on the wrong side of the river. After going so far I didn’t want to go back the way I came since I could see a trail on the South side. But I had to go farther up river than I realized before I could cross it without getting into water above my knees. The beauty is all around you though and hard to convey.
For Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge I took a little different route, I am using this as sort of a study of which pictures look better as color or b/w. What do you think?
I have several pictures and each one is presented in both color and also in black and white. See which way you like each one better. Please let me know your thoughts.
So I promised you a series, and that’s what you’re gonna get. You’re probably going to continue hearing some of my other rambles, too, but I’m “finding the good” wherever it catches me. (We’ll assume it won’t catch me in a swimming suit!) 🙂 The crazy part is that I didn’t have to look that […] via Find the Good. Continued… — Bolton Carley’s BS-O-Rama
This is a nice trail right in the center of Folsom that is very near the hustle and bustle but can be peaceful and tranquil.
Would you rather be true and kind or nice? I agree with Rachel and I think you might also. See what you think here or here https://quietishspirit.wordpress.com/2017/08/07/not-nice-but-true-and-kind/
Looking through my recent pictures I found a repeating texture type of fences.
Salt, pepper, cinnamon and cumin are all spices and very small pieces if you look at them individually. But the change they make to the food we eat can make a difference of whether we eat it or not. If food has no taste, no pizazz and no pow to it we don’t want it. If on the other hand…
Today I hiked around what I call the Wild Life Area of Lake Natoma. I call it that because I seem to see a lot of deer when I am in that area on my kayak. Today was no exception as I saw a little bambi bouncing along a path but it was too quick to capture a picture.
Red Bean, Lentil and Split Pea casserole cooked in the solar oven today. I had some of it for lunch but it was more like al dente. Now for dinner everything is very tender and delicious! On the left is brown rice and quinoa. Recipe: 1 cup red beans 1/2 cup lentils 1/2 cup split peas several mixed peppers 1 tablespoon minced garlic 1 Serrano pepper splash of sriracha sauce splash of teriyaki or soy sauce several shakes of carne asada seasoning several shakes of salt and pepper 1/2 pound of ground turkey Instructions: Sort and rinse beans, add to…
It’s called Blue Freedom. It can fit in your backpack and charge your cell phone. Check it out at https://blue-freedom.net/