Tag Archives: Washburn Fair Oaks Park

A Contemplative Life = Sunset Snow Scene – January Notes

Sunday evening walk Continue reading

Posted in Art and Architecture, Contemplative life, environment, photography, poetry | Tagged , , , , , , , | 6 Comments

Ordinary Life = Sledding On a Sunny Day – “Just This”

It was a beautiful sunny winter day. There aren’t many of those, I’m sad to say. There are so many grey, cloudy hours day after day. Continue reading

Posted in animals, Art and Architecture, environment, photography, poetry, wildlife | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 8 Comments

A Contemplative Life = When In doubt, Log out – A Simple Solution And A Squirrel’s POV Or What are friends for?

Alan, my friend in Oregon, called to tell me that it was cloudy and dark today. He said all he wanted to do was eat carbs and sleep. (Hmm. I feel like that too.) Alan had something else on his … Continue reading

Posted in animals, Contemplative life, environment, humor, photography, wildlife | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

A Bit of A Pickle = Stress Relief Cooking and Making Food to Give Away

Another pie, another pickle of cucumber, beets and hot pickled green beans; a filled puff pastry with kale, ricotta, smoked turkey; apple pie with apples from the farmers market; date cake; turkey chili. My senses are overwhelmed. I’ve worked through … Continue reading

Posted in Art and Architecture, Cake, Desserts, environment, Farmer's Markets, Meat, Slow food and art in the kitchen, Stew, Vegetables | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 18 Comments

July 4th = A Walk in Washburn Fair Oaks Park Minneapolis – What I See: Part 1

Walk in Washburn Fair Oaks Park
I’d like to take you on a walk in a city park that offers shade and respite from the busy streets of the city. A park where some trees have grown since the nineteenth century which have weathered storms until today. Continue reading

Posted in Art and Architecture, gardens, photography | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment