A guest blog photograph from my daughter-in-law who texted me this early Sunday morning.
Have to find out the Ukrainian word for these mushroom like pumpkin squash? I’ve never seen these before.
First day of fall is Tuesday September 22.
The word “equinox” comes from Latin aequus, meaning “equal,” and nox, “night.” On the equinox, day and night are roughly equal in length. Farmers Almanac
I can count on my brother to ship the most delicious garlic. He grows it in Okanogan, Washington and sends it to me in Pittsburgh. So fresh and aromatic when roasted, sautéed, baked, minced, smashed, rubbed- you name it! Thanks David. ❤️
Mary Alta Kerr Hendricks on the right. My father’s mother. Don’t know who the other two women are. Lincoln, Illinois.
I’m in Ohio with the family for a couple of days. Almost four months since I’ve seen them. Josie and Henry, the Airedales, were enthusiastic for my visit and they were warming up the trundle bed in Maura’s room. where I’m supposed to sleep!
Cee has compiled a list blog challenges all around the blogosphere. She posts a FOTD Flower of the Day challenge and inspires others blogger to post their flowers. If you want to see some gorgeous blooms, click the FOTD Flower of the Day. She is an excellent photographer and a creative soul. Always generous with her encouragement.
This week Cee’s B & W Challenge is Trains and Tracks.
Searched my archives for my sister’s and my visit to Alaska in 2016. Our 8 hour train ride from Anchorage to Denali. And back! I converted a few of the photos to sepia tones which is new for me. Perhaps I should have read up on how to do it more effectively but I had fun trying. Thanks Cee.
From the archives.
A 1971 slide converted to JPEG
Late Friday afternoon. Points North of the city. Got out of car to drop something off and there it was. A front loader, sitting there, curbside.