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We have the privilege of caring for a beautiful
corner of the planet. The backyard slopes, so we built a
terrace to have a flat spot to set a glider in order to
enjoy lazy summer evenings. I snapped this as our Lab
jumped over the wall to return the Frisbee.  

You can't plan a picture like this one. I think it's so cute!

Greenbrier Smokey Jett (2002-2015)
The cat thought this was the perfect sized bowl
for a nap. As you might imagine, what happened
next involved water and wasn't pretty.
Shooter (2003-2016)
Winter in the mountains.

Yep. There really is a Charger and
a Chevy Silverado under all that

And a driveway. Not that I went
anywhere that day.
A few years ago I visited The Cloisters in New York City. The Cloisters has a fascinating history
and I urge you to Google and read it. The famous Unicorn tapestries are on display there.
This little concrete man is
older than I am. He sat in my
grandmother's garden,
and now he sits in mine.

He's not in good shape but I
can't bear to part with
something that my
grandparents touched with
their own hands.
One of my favorite places to bicycle is the
Western Maryland Rail Trail in Hancock,
Maryland. It runs for over twenty miles
parallel to the Potomac River.  The
surface is paved with only mild grades
(inclines) and motor vehicles are not
allowed. It's a real pleasure to spend a
couple of hours enjoying the ride.
After being published for over ten years I decided it was time for a grown up study. I made do
with using a cobbled together desk, shaky file cabinet and a rickety printer cart long enough.
I revamped my space and while it will always be a work in progress,  I'm very pleased with the
where it is right now.
Desk and credenza. Yes, that really is three monitors. All my
music is on an old XP processor that's not connected to the
Internet. It has amazing speakers and I hate to give them up,
but I'll get all the tunes transferred one of these days.
My great-grandfather's
desk with my grandmother's
favorite lamp. (left)

The new reading nook.
The cat thinks I put the
chair by the window just
for him.      (right)
We have a new member of the family! Meet
Greenbrier Smokey Deuce. His call name is
simply Deuce. He's a great fellow and we hope
to have many years with him.

Deuce is a lively dog and he has his own blog,
Deuce's Day.  He's reminding me that it's okay
to stop and smell the flowers.