If it is wild to your own heart. Protect it. Preserve it. Love it. And fight for it. Rick Bass
By: calpoppy, 2:04 PM GMT on November 24, 2015
Just could not think of a blog theme so I am going with STUFF, LOL! I will start out with some Flickr Challenge photos.
Here is a shot from our Window Light challenge
I am into feathers here :)
This was for The Most Versatile Challenge the letter 'F'
Another window light challenge
Updated: 2:06 PM GMT on November 24, 2015
By: calpoppy, 1:45 PM GMT on October 20, 2015
It is time to reprise the critter blog. This time for fall! Everyone has been hungry because of the past rains so lots of photo ops!
While the weather is still nice enough to sit outside in the late afternoon, Mr. P and I sit outside with the peacocks and TNT and enjoy a glass of wine for me and Mr. P a beer. Time to talk, plan the next days projects, talk about future trips and just enjoy o...
Updated: 4:22 PM GMT on November 03, 2015
By: calpoppy, 6:25 PM GMT on October 04, 2015
Okay back to the Trip. Now all the pics that did not fit in well with the other blog pics!
A kayak in the Salmon River, Shoup Idaho.
New to rafting :) Oops!
Send out the Coast Guard!
A cool place along the Salmon River and a pretty untraveled road except for rafting groups.
By: calpoppy, 1:14 PM GMT on September 19, 2015
I am back from my North Carolina trip visiting my son and his family. Plus meeting my new grand baby Kate. And here she is!
We took a day and headed to the Outer Banks, which are islands off the coast of North Carolina. Overcast and rainy, so not good at photo ops but did catch this guy.
Nate and I took Brody to go visit the Coast G...
Updated: 6:04 PM GMT on September 21, 2015
By: calpoppy, 5:09 PM GMT on August 30, 2015
and other flowering plants :))
A great time to go on the trip up into the North because of all the flora that was blooming. I was in Flora heaven. I did a lot of ID shots there were so many wildflowers that were new to me, plus many, many that I have around here or I have seen in other parts of Cali.
This is a type of Cornus or dogwood, but this is a ground cover type that you see in all the wooded areas up north. Called Bunchber...