Challenge of the month, January 2020: Rocks

Last month’s challenge subject, Reds, was possibly the most productive one yet, generating 35 submissions; while the November one, Kids, was probably the least popular, resulting in only ten.  I’m sure there’s a message in there somewhere, but I’m not quite sure what it is.  Maybe lifeless subjects are easier to work with than squirrelly, … Continue reading "Challenge of the month, January 2020: Rocks"

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mud-luscious and puddle-wonderful

Late this morning I drove down to the former Hamilton Army airfield—now a pleasant residential neighborhood with old hangars transformed into tidy businesses and offices—where I’ve pedaled a couple times before. Having already explored some of the trails through marshes and wetlands along the Bay in that area, I wanted to revisit some of that … Continue reading "mud-luscious and puddle-wonderful"

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December Challenge Finale

58F!  Let’s go! Someone spilled the beans — including some red kidney beans Those are rejects from Teasdale Foods which are taken by tractor and wagon to the landfill periodically Teasdale specializes in Mexican lentil products although these aren’t jumping beans  😉 Another view through the chain stays Tagging along behind the tractor and wagon … Continue reading "December Challenge Finale"

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