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Mid-Autumn Man Made Objects - Part One

It still amazes me how I can find man made items at the botanical garden that either I haven’t seen before or I haven’t seen set so strikingly against the natural elements. 161 more words


No pumpkin pie....

For the first time in many years, we are going to someone’s house for Thanksgiving other than our own. Well, last year we were in Rome for turkey day, but we were still on our own. 213 more words


We're Moving To Idaho

Yup, that’s the gist of it.

My husband and I are moving to Idaho. Twin Falls to be exact, and this move is, by far, the largest we have ever considered making. 597 more words


Check it out: Capitol Christmas tree lighting

Boise – The holidays are off to a great start in the Treasure Valley, as seen at the statehouse. Governor Otter and First Lady Lori Otter were present at the Capitol Christmas tree lightning last night. 197 more words

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And the World Goes 'Round

Boise, Idaho—there’s no doubt we live in one of the most beautiful locations in North America. The photo below is just one of the lovely scenes we pass on our daily walks. 136 more words

Food For Thought

Hot Summer Nights

Mid-July, you’ll remember, was crazy hot. Everywhere. Except one place. The beach. To get there, we traversed the Lolo Pass marking the border between Montana and Idaho… 708 more words

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