It had been on my “Arkansas Bucket List” for some time: Holiday Lights at Garvan Woodland Gardens. I had heard friends and family rave about it – the lights, the music, the holly jolly atmosphere – for years; I have to admit I was a bit green with envy. Last December, wanting more than anything … More Throwback Thursday – Celebrating Christmas at Garvan Woodland Gardens
As we have gotten more familiar with the fair city of Boston, the anxiety of navigating an urban area, a multifaceted grouping of diverse neighborhoods joined together by numerous streets, highways, subways, and sidewalks, has begun to wain, thus enabling a more fine tuned exploration and a discovery of beautiful details such as heart warming … More Passing on the Passion in Downtown Boston
Road-tripping across the U.S. has its advantages. Sure, via air, one may get to the desired destination earlier, and not be preoccupied with things like an empty gas tank, an empty belly or a road loaded with vehicles. However, an expeditious journey lends itself to a lack of pause, and thus, exploration. An expeditious journey … More World’s Greatest Indoor Miniature Village
Seemingly inert, the alabaster figure captured the attention of many passersby, and to their great fortune, was willing to spring to life, and, with gentle countenance, allocated proverbial insight for a meager sum.
We got up well before Dawn’s Early Light even considered unraveling itself from that wonderful deep slumber that comes when the crisp mountain air couples with the hum of native nocturnals getting about the business of life. Yes, it was that early. We were certainly not the first ones there. A large crowd of cars began … More Throwback Thursday – Morning Glory at Maroon Bells
I have puttered along this road daily for almost twenty years. Of course, there are times that I switch to autopilot, becoming easy prey to the images and thoughts that take me anywhere but to the present, a constant blinding barrage. Fortunately, there is a Force at work, continually drawing me back to the here … More And Yet Again – Gateway to Russellville
I have countless photos of Mt. Nebo, none of which are identical. It truly is a natural gift that keeps on giving!
Although I’ve been prey to wanderlust a time or two, lately it seems as if I’ve acquired a new set of eyes, enabling a greater appreciation of home. Thus, I rise before the dawn with wondrous expectation of all that is possible as I walk the roads of Paradise.