Jeepin’

We got a Jeep about a year and a half ago. I'm feeling pretty lucky to have gotten one in this color. It's called Bikini Pearl. It was produced for approximately a year and I love it. This is what it looked like before Hubs started changing out parts, like bumpers and wheels. There's a... Continue Reading →

Been Down That Road 1

Since we haven't gotten to go ANYWHERE this past year, I've been thinking about the places we've gone in previous years. I might make this a series, but then again who knows. I get bogged down with the daily prompts and photo challenges because I start looking for corresponding photos out of the thousands and... Continue Reading →

PaWC- The Road Not Taken

Photo a Week Challenge: The Road Not Taken One of my favorite things to photograph is roads. So for me, this was a great topic that Nancy came up with! I saved it until I could put together a post for it. The only difference is that I HAVE taken all of these roads. They... Continue Reading →

RDP- Horror

Ragtag Daily Prompt: Horror Oh my gosh. There are so many horrors! Like, I've just spent a month trying to get an order with Amazon straightened out. A MONTH. Talking to over half a dozen different people with Amazon and having to explain the situation over & over each time. I'm still not truly convinced... Continue Reading →

RDP: Wilderness

Ragtag Daily Prompt: Wilderness I love the wilderness. There's just something magical about being outside and not seeing another person for hours. We've done that a few times, getting the full pleasure of nature and animals without any distractions. BC, Canada Oklahoma BC, Canada Seymour Arm area, BC, Canada

Ha Ha Tonka Castle

This is the tragic story of Ha Ha Tonka Castle. It is now a part of Ha Ha Tonka State Park. The park is located near the Lake of the Ozarks and the town of Camdenton in Missouri. Funny name? I think so. It's said to mean "laughing spirit", "big laugh" or "smiling waters"; referring... Continue Reading →

The Potholes of Life

The road of life is always changing. It has rocks and bumps and potholes.  Thankfully it also has smooth stretches that are like newly paved asphalt. You know the ones that are so smooth that it feels like you're floating. We all like those. But I don't think we'd appreciate them as much if it... Continue Reading →

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑