|LAKE ICE IS BUILDING UP ALONG BAYFIELD'S BEACH|
|COUNTRYSIDE SOUTH OF BAYFIELD WAS MAINLY FREE OF SNOW|
|US GUYS BOMBING ALONG THIS MORNING WITH THE WINDOWS DOWN|
|RIVER ICE IS BREAKING UP|
|ONE HAD TO BE VERY CAREFUL OF ONE'S FOOTING ON THIS ICY SURFACE OR ONE COULD VERY EASILY END UP IN THE ICY COLD RIVER|
|SOME NICE HOMES ALONG THE NORTH BANK OF THE AUSABLE RIVER|
|LAKE HURON IS ONLY ABOUT AN EIGHTH OF MILE DOWN RIVER TO THE LEFT|
|RIVER ICE LOOKS MORE LIKE A MARCH THAW|
::Archive Post:: November 25th 2013 found us hanging out in Borrego Springs, California. We had heard of a Great Stone Eagle somewhere near Warner Springs so with a steep winding climb with the Jeep up Montezumas Grade into the San Ysidro Mountains we set off to find it. Took us a bit of looking but a chance encounter with a local firefighter was the key to it's location. Check out, In Search Of The Great Stone Eagle. For more photos of the Great Stone Eagle and area click on my next day's post as well here at, Visiting With Jean and Skip. Remember to click on the photos to make them bigger when you get there.
::Al's Musical Favs:: Beachcomber by Donald Wilborn. Quite often with these pieces of music in Al's Favs there is a sound, a tone, a certain instrument, something in a person's voice, a certain beat or combination of instruments that flash me back to a time in my childhood.
|FIGURED IF I WE CAN'T MAKE IT TO ARIZONA THIS WINTER I WOULD JUST WEAR A PIECE OF ARIZONA ON MY HEAD|
A little girl is sitting on her grandpa's lap and studying the wrinkles on his old face. She gets up the nerve to rub her fingers over the wrinkles. Then she touches her own face and looks more puzzled. Finally the little girl asks, "Grandpa, did God make you?" "He sure did honey, a long time ago," replies her grandpa. "Well, did God make me?" asks the little girl. "Yes, He did, and that wasn't too long ago," answers her grandpa. "Boy," says the little girl, "He's sure doing a lot better job these days isn't He?"
I really love the first photo of the geese. It was a magnificent day. We can really appreciate it after that bit of a cold bite earlier in the week.ReplyDelete
I'd like to see you do that good weather jig. We had some good times when we got together. Once you get your next rig we will have more.ReplyDelete
The water looks cold, a day or two of below freezing temps and the rivers will frozen again. I enjoyed the ice photos. They always look so amazing, but so cold.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous geese pictures, especially the lighting on the first one! Gord.ReplyDelete
Like the hat Al. Ford is right. Those photos of the geese were excellent. When I first looked at the two geese flying together I thought it was one and the other was a water reflection. Funny how your eyes can deceive you. Lots of ice covered things near the Lake.ReplyDelete
Wow...those Canada Geese photos look like paintings, Al. Absolutely stunning.ReplyDelete
It sure was a beautiful day for you, though we still have a bit more snow around. Great pictures of the geese, and those are some pretty big homes along the river.ReplyDelete