Good to Get Away, Good to Return Home

After a wonderful weekend with my knitting buddies group of fiber friends at the New York Sheep and Wool Festival in Rhinebeck, I dropped off Terry at another friend’s home.

These are some of the photos of the return to Pennsylvania, to Pittsburgh . Home Sweet Home.

Shot when I was a passenger, got out of the car or was stopped at a red light. Early evening October light.

Looking Back and Walking Forward

Laura, Roy, Oscar the Labradoodle and I walked to pick up Charlie after school.

Look what we saw on the way home.

An abandoned chair in Columbus Ohio
It’s still there

Rocking Horses in the City Redux

You’ve seen the Rocking Horses in the City if you’ve followed me for a few years. I haven’t seen any new rocking horses to add to this repost. I can tell you there’s more discarded furniture than there are rocking horses.

Alley in Arlington Neighborhood

Here’s a Gallery of rocking horses seen around Pittsburgh, from previous blogposts.

East Liberty on Broad Street
Zeke’s Coffee Roaster building is boarded up now
East Liberty Rooftop
Bloomfield Neighborhood
A Window in Garfield Neighborhood

Little Free Library Extraordinaire

Clintonville, Ohio a neighborhood in Columbus. There are wonderful Little free libraries all over and when we walk we see them but this one takes the prize. Take a Book Share a Book. “

“Building community.

Inspiring readers.

Expanding book access.”

What fun with all the Playmobil figures setting the scene
Blank notebooks and pencils, sidewalk chalk and pencil sharpeners all available to take
So creative and inviting

I posted about a Little Free library at the bus stop in Pittsburgh in 2021 and also about the Little Free libraries on a post tiny libraries in 2016

A Puddle of Geese

Canada Geese. I don’t think they migrate like they used to. Here are some in a parking lot puddle. Laura was driving. I enjoy being a passenger when these photo ops arise.

Columbus Ohio