Revealing the beauty and truth of life through the eyes of our elders.
Welcome to the Senior Salon. I invite you to link your blog to mine today and to reveal your artistic creations in any field: fiction writing, nonfiction, poetry, photography, painting, pottery, cooking.
After linking to this blog, in the true spirit of a salon, please take the time to read someone else’s blog and comment and offer encouragement on their artistic endeavors.
We have walked our paths a long time and have a lot to offer. Come and reveal your artistic vision.
Below you will find the button to link your blog. Just tap on this button today up until midnight to link your blog. After tapping you will be led to a page with a few things to…
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Lately, we have been getting some good heavy snowfalls in the mountain regions of the Puget Sound area. Today we were excited to set off for Paradise (Elevation: 5400 feet), on Mt. Rainier, for a play day in the snow. Do some snowshoeing, perhaps even build a snow cave or even an igloo.
The drive to Paradise isn’t too bad if the road is clear. You enter the Mt. Rainier National Park though the Longmire gate entrance. However, with the recent snowfall, and then having the temperatures rise back up a bit, plus you add some rain and you have a great situation for avalanches. The park service is pretty good at keeping the road closed if it should be closed (due to dangerous conditions). The National Park Service (NPS) also requires you to have tire chains even if you have a vehicle with all wheel drive or four wheel…
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This is the last blog post of the series about my Inishowen adventures (starting from October 23). I miss my favorite models, and hope to work with them some time next year.
After leaving Abbeyleix, I drove to Port Laois where I stuck for almost an hour, changed my route, and headed to Tullamore Co Offaly, the motherland of Tullamore Dew, the triple distilled Irish whiskey.There I took this picture of the Visitor Center with the neighborhood of happy consumers in background.
After that I crossed the bridge over the Grand Canal and proceeded to Mullingar, Co Westmeath.
The sun started to show up but the fog didn’t clear away. My plan was to stop at the Belvedere House and Gardens on the shores of Lough Ennell to take a break from driving and eat something.
The house was built by Robert Rochfort in the 18 century. This man had big issues…
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