Yesterday and today (10th and 11th) were very active for Robert and I, here’s a photo journal of our adventures.
We started our day at the Munising Ski Trails, (the locals call them the Pictured Rocks Trails). 260 more words
A very old friend, clutching his binoculars, on the top of Sand Point, near Weston-super-Mare, Somerset; 29 July 2014.
A friend from my school days, and someone who looms large in my legend for being the one who took me as an amateur geologist and set me on the road to 35 years of birdwatching and ornithology. 202 more words
Walker on Sand Point, north of Weston-super-Mare, Somerset; 4 Sept 2014.
Sand Point is the limestone promontory on the northern side of Sand Bay, just to the north of Weston-super-Mare. 351 more words
Growing up, there was never any question about whether or not I would be able to play softball for my high school. I played co-ed tee ball when I was 8, then graduated to slow-pitch for a community center team in middle school, and finally moved on to fast-pitch at Roosevelt High School. 1,052 more words