Monthly Archives: November 2011

Closed For Business

After taking last week off from work I’m now ready for a longer vacation. Somewhere warm would be nice. Like maybe this place on Marco Island. I’m not sure if I go there again, I’d like to see something new, … Continue reading

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Reynolda gardens Water Tower

Fall season with all of its beautiful colors is suddenly over. This year it was a weird one, with many areas not having good colors, with some going from green to brown and then immediately dropping down to the ground. … Continue reading

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Sea monster

If you ever happen to be driving on i95 in Georgia, I’d highly recommend to make a quick detour and visit Jekyll Island. You’ll have to pay a small fee to get on the island, but this is because island … Continue reading

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Infinity Path

It feels like for sure. You can’t see the end of it and it probably takes 10-15 minutes to walk the entire length of this pier. At the other end there were only two people, a couple. They were fishing. … Continue reading

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Virginia Creeper Trail

This Fall I wanted to take a picture of every bridge on the Virginia Creeper Trail. It didn’t happen. One reason is that I didn’t bike through the entire trail in the Fall, well that is pretty much is the … Continue reading

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They do work in a beautiful and impressive building. They sure do fail at their job. Today I didn’t look at any news till this evening and all you can hear now on the news is that US Congress failed … Continue reading

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Lavender Row

About 30 minutes north from the Mt Hood there are a few lavender farms. They are pretty darn awesome. I believe this farm is called “Lavender Valley”, probably because Mt Hood is in its backyard, day and night. No Mt … Continue reading

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