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The Camel Trail

Yesterday I walked the Camel Trail. Twelve miles from Padstow to Bodmin. Flat, in the main, and easily done. However, the first mile took me forever. 493 more words

Fresh Air! (No Times Square)

Serendipity in the suburbs. Found this little haven of peace in a western suburb (Chicago suburb, not “out west”) while photographing a post-remodel master bath nearby for awesome interior designer… 61 more words

Inspirational

The Most Beautiful Boring Road in the World

My goal in publishing this blog was to share with you some of my experiences during a period of time which, as the title to the webpage notes, is being marked by number of milestones. 310 more words

Nature

Early Bird Gets The Worm - European Robin (Erithacus rubecula)

During my visit to London in March 2015, I discovered a birding paradise called St. James Park located in the heart of London.
The overcast weather conditions during my stay not withstanding, I braved the chill and the drizzle to do some birding. 149 more words

Nature

Beautiful Spring Day

It’s been a beautiful day here in the North West of England with blue sky and sunshine all round. We’ve done some work in the garden and also made sure we took the time to sit quietly and enjoy the wildlife. 214 more words

Wildlife

Maybugs are terrifying!

So it’s technically summer, and the weather is steadily improving, but it’s that time of year where the Maybugs suddenly return. Maybugs, or Cockchafers (I laughed too), are this mysterious, large, flying insect that only make an appearance during the sunnier months. 71 more words

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