Charleston is magical – especially on a warm Spring evening when the moon is starting to rise over the Cooper River.
The Waterfront Park was opened in May 1980, just a few months after Hurricane Hugo. Once an area of gravel parking lots and overgrown weeds (per Wikipedia). Now a tranquil area to stroll, rest and take in the charm that Charleston has to offer.
The frigid wind convinced us to take to our Camino prep walk indoors today.
January 13, 2016
Stumbled upon this gaggle of feathered fowl at Virginia Lake today. The green heads were brilliant.
January 12, 2016
Back Alley Findings
We walked the back alleys in Minden today and found this beautiful painting on the side of a garage.
January 11, 2016
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Meet Mona. She’ll be transforming this year. Stay tuned!
“I know it may seem small and insignificant, but it’s not about what it is, it’s about what it can become.” Dr. Seuss
January 10, 2016
Yummy Chai latte on a chilly Saturday afternoon.
January 9, 2016
Winter Yoga Wonderland. A dusting of snow makes for clean, peaceful, fresh mornings.
January 8, 2016
One for the record books…
In the little town of Woodfords, California (population 150) people from the surrounding communities of California and Nevada lined up to buy a ticket for a 1 in 292.2 million chance at winning the Powerball.
It was quite a day in the sleepy town – police car front and center – frontage road closed to thru traffic and a flashing road sign warned about an event ahead.
People stood in line in the 25 degree temperature dreaming about what they would do with their winnings and sharing stories.
We bought tickets for Saturday’s drawing and a few more for next Wednesday’s just in case there is not a winner on Saturday – figuring the line would be miles long.
Good luck everyone.