Time: Before this miserable winter. Place: Jekyll Island, Georgia, USA.
Original Images taken October 31, 2010
Thanks for viewing, click on or finger stretch for a closer look, and comments are always welcome. M 🙂
25 years ago this week, in 1993, we came across this guy at the Sagamore Resort above Lake George, New York. We were sledding and cross-country skiing (or at least trying,) and HE….was apparently frozen stiff!
The wind-chill temperature on the mountain above Lake George was 0 (F,) (-18C.)!
As always, click on the image for a closer look and if you see his golf ball, contact The Samaore Resort, Bolton Landing, N.Y. Comments are encouraged…
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A wonderful five mile one-way roadway just east of Gatlinsburg, Tennessee, in the foothills of Mount LeConte, the third highest peak in the Great Smoky Mountains, at 6,923′ (2010 m.) The turn-outs allow access to old growth forest, streams, waterfalls, wildlife and more. Recently, Sandy Paws and I found unexpected tranquility in the resurgence of forest life, ten months after devastating fires scorched the region.
Thanks as usual for viewing, and click on for a closer look. Comments are always welcomed. M 🙂
Eleven years ago this week, returning to New Jersey from a business trip to Rhode Island, I stopped by this charming little 19th century coastal community known as Watch Hill, RI. Among the shuttered and closed buildings was this Book and Tackle shop …
At the time, I wrote of the town’s story and the unique practice of the shop, its signage asking patrons to simply take what thay want… and leave a payment under the door.
🙂 Thanks to Gina for the framed gift. 🙂
..As usual, click on the image for a closer look, and thanks for viewing. Comments are always welcome. M 🙂
This past week we visited Martha’s Vineyard, a quaint, picturesque island just off the southern coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts
A few more photo highlights of our ~48 hour visit will be posted shortly.
Credits: Wikipedia, The National Park Service, and Wampanoug Tribe info panels.
As usual, click on the image for a closer look, and thanks for viewing. Comments are always welcome. M 🙂