Browsing All posts tagged under »Autumn«

Seasons of the Writing Studio and Bait Shop

December 22, 2011

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Did you know that George Washington kept a diary? Well, he did, and it was full of scintillating entries like "planted four new cherry trees" and "sharpened hatchet"

A Swedish meatball

November 20, 2011

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Here it is Sunday evening and Babs is Away.  What to do, what to do . . . I know.  Let’s have leftovers!  Oh stop moaning.  I’m good with leftovers.  You won’t starve.  Casseroles were always my best thing. Here is the first mystery ingredient, procured on the road in front of the Writing Studio […]

Goldengrove unleaving

November 6, 2011

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Babs writes: While most of the color is gone the yellows seem to stay around longer. These were one day last week and with sun on them I was impressed. Enjoy. But of course.  And I recommend clicking for the big picture, too.  You can get lost in the leaves. Do you remember “Margaret” – […]

Late Autumn at the north end of Torch Lake

October 31, 2011

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Babs Young has done it again. She writes: I think we are close to past peak but around the lakes it’s still very colorful. We have had great weather this week in that it would rain one minute and be sunny the next. I think it’s “lake effect”. You can see here how the sun […]

Betty Jo’s beautiful road

October 29, 2011

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In which even the Cowboy has his eyes opened.

The harbor in autumn

October 24, 2011

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Babs has been down to Elk Rapids pondering the year's mortality. She writes: Most of the boats are now gone from Grace Memorial Harbor in Elk Rapids. So I guess fall is really here. The cool temps are a good indicator too, but this was a recent spectacular sunset.