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Frosty Rocks.

Still frosty in the mornings. But the quarry is still very interesting to visit.

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salt patterns on glass

like frost on a sunny day

misty horizons

© Dragonsilk 2014

This week I am featuring Dragonsilk – an artist, photographer and poet – their work can be found at dragonsilk

Haiku

"He Ran Away With His Child" 52 Ancestors: #16 Frank Drake

Newspapers are one of my favorite sources, where else can you get stories like the one below? This particular article comes from the January 5th, 1895 edition of “The Press” from New York, NY and features my 3rd great-grandfather Reuben Odell. 289 more words

Genealogy

Goings-on On the Farm

No one says farming is a walk in the park and the spring can remind you of that in every way possible. The physical labor on the farm always seems the hardest in the spring, whether that is because it follows the low activity of the winter months or because the work actually can be back-breaking with nearly every bed needing the be tilled and planted within a short month-and-a-half period. 166 more words

Farm

This is a random li'l post that most can disregard.

I am a lover of poetry–I am positive most have guessed this by now.

This being said, I simply wanted to list my favorite poets and a favorite poem by them on my blog. 76 more words

Arugula Seedlings

Almost a week after I planted my Arugula, I went outside and was surprised to see these beautiful little seedlings. I was getting worried after four days and not seeing any sign of them that perhaps I had placed too much dirt on top of the seeds (which only require 1/4 in. 143 more words