Just three photos from my recent trip to Michigan. I’m very happy to mention that my dad is doing exceptionally well! His doctor is impressed, and I believe that my sister is in part responsible for his improved health. She has extensive knowledge about many medical subjects but she is not a doctor.
He’s back, and with enhanced colors and creepiness! you may have seen this photo before, it was taken in Michigan around two weeks ago. Happy Monday!
Here’s another view of that lovely but cold river in Michigan. It runs for several miles almost due south to north. I’ve been busy today buzzing around town getting things done and then replaced one of the hummingbird feeders after it was attacked by ants. It’s no wonder that the hummers weren’t eating from it, out comes the garden hose.
A world of difference, one photo shows my life here in Las Vegas with the foothills looming large, the other photo shows homes along a country road with no mountains, just flat. Two different worlds I’ve in. And this month is my birthday month which means I move to the next era of this life. Sunshine and 66 degrees for today, nice!
It still seems odd to me to see Christmas trees and other decorations surrounded by palm trees and no snow. I guess a lifetime of northern living stays with you. It was a great day to ride, but another ten degrees would be nicer. 61 degrees can still generate a windchill factor believe it or not. These are iPhone 15 photos, I haven’t got to setting up the new Nikon I picked up yesterday.
Well, I knew this time would come. I was using a Sony A7C but that camera just couldn’t cut the mustard. I picked this brand-new beauty up late this morning and haven’t used it yet because the battery was completely discharged. I look forward to getting the camera out and about soon, let’s see what it can do.
My previous pot of chili was so delicious, so I tried to reproduce it and so far so good. I should start writing these specific ingredients down! How is your Friday going? I hope you have a fantastic weekend, my friends. I’m hoping for slightly warmer weather to make the next bike ride a little more comfortable.