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A Weird but Good Match

The good match here is the tractor and the gravel piles (for obvious reasons) but I’m more interested in how sometimes a seemingly uninteresting subject makes a good photo. 7 more words



Today I had dedicated my entire day to getting on with some housework, because I am a lazy person and try and do all of it on one day. 353 more words


Interview with Gravel from Periennials by Bryce Gibbons

Wow, Meow! I never thought I’d see the day that I’d have a dog interviewed on my blog. However, although I prefer fellow cats, I don’t want to discriminate against other animal characters. 872 more words


Patio stones

Patio stones are generally used for landscaping. However, they might have other applications.

   Patio stones may be used for waterproofing ground and basements alike. Patio stones installed around a perimeter of a structure along with some gravel prevents water penetration through the soil in to the… 260 more words

Exploring a New Rail Trail

Less than three months ago, the Rock Island Spur Trail officially opened. Yesterday being the most incredible February weather I can ever recall, my day was devoted to exploring a segment of this Rails-to-Trails initiative that connects the southern most section of the Kansas City area to the Katy Trail. 1,013 more words

Vintage Bicycles

Gravel - John Cook

It pressed into her face, the sharp points and edges like a hundred needles igniting her nerves. Her lips pulsed with her beating heart. She could taste the blood in her mouth mixed with the dust and grit as she grimaced. 445 more words