Just one mile from our home is Crosby Farms Regional Park. The original 160 acre farm was active in the mid to late 1800’s and was the largest and longest running farm in the West End/Highland Park area of St. Paul, MN. Cattle, dairy cows, horses, pigs, and chickens were raised on the farm, alongContinue reading “Crosby Farm: Saturday”
http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/10/18/hue-photo-challenge/ The “hue of me” is reflected in the people and places I encounter in my daily life. I never imagined I would be so lucky…
Today was an EXCELLENT day! In a random moment, I found myself hanging out with some electrical workers heading beneath West 7th Street in St. Paul, MN. They are doing their part for the conversion of the old Schmidt brewery. It is being transformed into artist lofts, studios for yoga, dance, pottery, performance and otherContinue reading “Arts and Electric”
I wondered, as I wandered (hmmm…a song?!) what it would look like to crawl around in the corn fields. Nothing too dramatic, but it is what I was up to today… http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/09/06/unusual/
As some of you know, I have been a bit ‘under-the-weather’. Today I was determined to switch things up a bit and went on a meander.
We took a little jaunt along the Mississippi, following Route 61 past Red Wing and on to Wabasha, MN. In between, we stopped at Reads Landing, a mere sign post and sharp turn off the two lane highway. We had lunch at Reads Landing Brewing Company and watched eagles high above the river. A fishermanContinue reading “Rambling along the Mississippi in Minnesota”
While at Falconer Vineyards, in Redwing, MN, I took this photo of a glass of wine. It was a serendipitous moment- and, with a little Adobe Photoshop contrast help…well…fun!
Yes, it IS Narnia…