oly time

finding a place

Bradford loomis -wow. seriously.

nprfreshair:

The New Republic has a photo gallery of Mayor Bloomberg being the world’s best straight man and it’s pretty hilarious.

nprfreshair:

The New Republic has a photo gallery of Mayor Bloomberg being the world’s best straight man and it’s pretty hilarious.

taking a photo of ann’s leaves - she’s so talented.

taking a photo of ann’s leaves - she’s so talented.

beingblog:

“A poem can be made of household ingredients: it fits on a single page yet it can fill a world.”
~Lawrence Ferlinghetti from Americus, Book I 
photo by Sean Buchan

beingblog:

“A poem can be made of household ingredients: it fits on a single page yet it can fill a world.”

~Lawrence Ferlinghetti from Americus, Book I

photo by Sean Buchan

Canning begins

Canning begins

my new favorite old song…

There’s a sorrow in the wind
Blowing down the road I’ve been
I can hear it cry while shadows steal the sun

But I cannot look back now
I’ve come too far to turn around
And there’s still a race ahead that I must run

I’m only halfway home, I’ve gotta journey on
To where I’ll find, find the things I have lost
I’ve come a long long road but still I’ve got some miles to go
I’ve got a wide, a wide river to cross

I have stumbled, I have strayed
You can trace the tracks I made
All across the memories my heart recalls
But I’m still a refugee, won’t you say a prayer for me?
'Cause sometimes even the strongest soldier falls

I’m only halfway home, I’ve gotta journey on
To where I’ll find, I’ll find the things I have lost
I’ve come a long long road but still I’ve got some miles to go
I’ve got a wide, a wide river to cross

I’m only halfway home, I’ve gotta journey on
To where I’ll find, I’ll find the things that I have lost
I’ve come a long long road but still I’ve got some miles to go
I’ve got a wide, a wide river to cross
I’ve got a wide, a wide river to cross 


Missing the Atlantic ocean and warm sandy beaches. Back in NW with its rugged shores and wilderness beaches. One country, but oh so different.
I’m lucky to have lived in both, but it’s hard to miss so many places at once.