Spring is busting out all over in our little corner of the world. Enjoying the beauty of our Redbud…as are the bees.
Something I’ve been wanting to try is photography using a crystal ball to capture images.
Still learning to use this tool and I have lots to learn.
The crystal ball picks up the reflections of everything in range.
So far…I like it.
When staying at the Back Bay Inn you may find some peace and quiet. Just looking at this picture brings me back to that peaceful place.
Driving up the coast on Highway 1 in central California is one of my favorite drives. The fresh air, colors and beauty of God’s creation is awe inspiring.
When I think of favorite things…I think of some of the places we’ve been blessed to visit. The Back Bay Inn, located in Los Osos CA, is at the top of my list of favorite places.
Just playing with the camera this Christmas Eve.
On our recent road trip, Chris and I went to Minnesota to have my mother’s ashes laid to rest with her parents. Something long overdue since she had passed away back in 2008.
The day before the ceremony at Fort Snelling, we had a few hours and went to the Como Park Zoo & Conservatory. It was a beautiful day and we had some time to relax.
As we walked around the gardens and zoo, I wondered did my mother or grandparent come here. It was not too far from the home they lived in in St Paul, MN.
Boy, oh boy, I’d love to be there on a hot summer day like today.
This picture was taken back in 2011, on our first trip up the coast headed to Back Bay Inn in Los Osos. This is Pismo Beach. Doesn’t the water look cool and refreshing?
Shortly before we moved from California in 2014, my husband Chris took me to the Huntington Library. I had never been there, but he had some good memories going there when he was young.
The gardens at the Huntington Library were truly among the most beautiful I’ve ever seen, especially the roses.
This picture was taken at one of my favorite places, Back Bay Inn in Los Osos, CA. It’s one of the many beautiful views from this hidden gem of a hotel. When you check in, you can feel your stress melting away.