Monthly Archives: November 2010

Harvest Monday, Nov. 29, 2010

We just got back from a fabulous Thanksgiving trip to Monterey with son Scott, his wife Nicole, and our three granddaughters. I’ll post photos from that trip later. But first, Harvest Monday. Not much to report, I’m afraid, as we’ve been … Continue reading

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Two weeks of Harvest Mondays and new furniture!

Tomatoes are still showing up in harvests, along with the last apple of the season, but the big news is arrival of our new Amish-built Mission-style furniture for the family room. Continue reading

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Harvest Monday, Nov. 8, 2010

Here is a recipe for a great beef stew, plus my report for Harvest Monday. We got two eggs this week. Not much, but better than the ZERO that we got last week. Continue reading

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Record heat in LA, global weirding!

Record heat and crazy weather affects what blooms and grows in my yard. Climate change is affecting crops around the world, and not in a good way. Continue reading

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Last day, Bridgeport, Bodie and home

Here are my photos from the last day of our camera club trip to Bodie State Park, Bridgeport, and autumn scenery around Mono Lake. Continue reading

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Day Two, photographing Mono Lake and Yosemite with the Canon D30.

Photographs of fall foliage and other scenery around Mono Lake and eastern Yosemite National Park. Continue reading

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Day Two, photographing fall foliage from Mono Lake to Mammoth

Photographs of autumn at Mono Lake and Yosemite National Park, day 2, taken with Nikon. Continue reading

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