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Cindy's Nonsense of Snow~


Do you remember Smila who had a “Sense of Snow?” I loved the book and movie about her, and the way she could interpert subtle changes in the snowy region where she lived, that other people couldn’t see or understand. 478 more words

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Humphrey Bogart: The man, the legend and the falcon. – If It Happened Yesterday, It's History

I have enjoyed watching classic movies from the golden age of Hollywood for a long time now, often at a local theatre not too far down the road from me. 391 more words

Reblogs

Buttons, batteries, watches, and wha???

How do you deal with the little things? I mean the button that needs to be sewn on. The watch batteries that need replacing. Some of these things were on to do lists that turned to dust and blew away. 65 more words

High Sierra

Review: High Sierra (1941)

High Sierra, Raoul Walsh’s trailblazing noir thriller is now 75 years old. The film was released on the 25 January, 1941.

Today, in most contemporary crime films we are subject to high concept plot devices and explosive special effects sequences. 693 more words

Reviews

Photos from the mountains

Happy Friday everyone. Here are some shots I took on my ski vacation with my husband. The pink shots are sunset.

Travel

McGee Creek & Red Slate Mountain

Fall color has long been replaced by snow in the High Sierra, but this post looks back on a great trip at the height of fall color in McGee Creek Canyon. 515 more words

Trail Running