Pictures, Pictures Everywhere
In these times of the pandemic, I didn't really feel there was much to write about. My life seems to be anything but exciting or even slightly interesting; but since I never stop taking pictures of what could be potential blog photos, I happened to notice an overflow!
My buddy, Finn, still loves to accompany me to the barn. There is so much to see and do! First, we decided to hike up and see the new rescue zebra. Yes, you read that right!
Since zebras aren't warm and cuddly creatures, we had to keep our distance:
Then we continued our walk and Finn was in charge of picture taking. These are some of his favorites:
Then back to some of mine:
You HAVE to do this when you are dressed the part:
When our chores are done, Finn wanted his rake hanging right next to mine.
When my kids were small, we went from buying our Christmas trees at the used car lot to a tree bought at Sears on sale. Now I actually have found out how fun it is to hike out and pick out the tree!
Sometimes you have to hike quite a ways.......
Can you see the two in camouflage?
He thinks this is the right one.....
Madeline had a great time, while the guys were working.
Looking over the final cut.
I haven't broken any records, but I try to get out and run as much as possible. Yesterday I ran to a nearby beach that was really beautiful.
Apparently when I'm not staring at the ocean, I'm staring at the sky.
But, wow, what a sky.
I love the fact that Madeline likes to fall asleep on my lap.
Last month on a SAR (search & rescue) call out, I was out in the middle of nowhere when this guy walked right up to my car window! He wasn't very good at giving directions.
I was pretty proud what I did with a ladder, hammer and nails.
My little Christmas bush!
Thank goodness I was just out for a morning run and not running for my life!
You know all our dogs are thinking this
I've got a couple more ocean pics to share. I know, I know.....you are probably tired of these. Can you imagine if I lived in Nebraska?
Our town is filled with a lot of murals on the sides of businesses. Here is a new one I hadn't seen. It was on the side of a tiny country store.
And now I will continue to flip channels for the next 2 hours trying to find a series I haven't watched, as I shop on amazon, and do a crossword puzzle. Another night of pandemic 2020.
Stay safe and healthy.
And if things are tough, do what I do - just take
One step at a time.