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Tag Archives: summer
Living next to a church has its advantages. I call this photo “Hope.” Even though I’m as non-religious as can be, I find this view from my yard comforting. And then, of course, there are the usual wildflowers: Happy Weekend, … Continue reading
The July temperatures had come down into the high-80’s(F), and it was sunny and dry. An excellent day for a drive away from the ‘burbs. So, off we headed to Chestnut Ridge Park in Orchard Park, NY. We debated taking … Continue reading
I wasn’t going to post this week, but then we decided to take a nice Sunday drive. Having never been to Buckhorn State Park on Grand Island, we decided to see what it had to offer. Admittedly, we were a … Continue reading