You were all such excellent traveling companions last week, I've decided to invite you along on another excursion. Bring some snacks, settle in, buckle up, and off we go . . . !
First, a bit of whimsy to get us all in good spirits:
Next, we brake for wildlife:
Now, a detour down Memory Lane for some Route 66 nostalgia:
Can't visit farm and ranch country without seeing a few of these icons . . .
. . . and admiring some metal-smithing artistry.
Time to wrap up this tour with a little local color:
Every good trip ends with a peaceful sunset. Here you go:
While I'm taking a break for relaxation and recreation, I've invited some of my fellow bloggers to fill in with guest posts. This week's is from blogger/photographer Ruth Daly, who blogs here. Whether or not you carry a camera around, you can apply these insights on slowing down, focusing on details and really learning to see, to your everyday observations of the world around you.
Written from the heart,
from the heart of the woods
Read the introduction to HeartWood here.
Nan Sanders Pokerwinski, a former journalist, writes memoir and personal essays, makes collages and likes to play outside. She lives in West Michigan with her husband, Ray.