Nov 30, 2019
I know I normally would’ve posted something after my Picture of the week, but my son and I went down to Culler Lake in Baker Park. We were only there for a short while, walked around the lake, took a bunch of pictures, then came back home. It was only about 38 degrees out, so it was a quick trip.
Here’s a few of the pictures I took with my cell phone…there’s plenty more, as I took more with my Canon I will be showing to you at a later date.
I will be taking photos of these building in the very near future…
On the way home, I decided to take a little detour and try that little (gravity hill) experiment on Cherry Lane. But there was too much traffic, so it will have to wait until another day!
There is a legend, that if you put your car in neutral at the lowest point on Cherry Lane, your car will go up the hill by itself. To read about that (and other legends), click here.
Hope you are having a great day!
Thanks for stopping by!!
Arist Writer Creator
There's always a way in and way out.
Post, news, diary... All the world around me, ALL THE WORDS AROUND YOU
We constantly update with new quotes and a short history of the person(s) involved. Let us know what you think!
Silver Birch was a spirit guide who spoke through Maurice Barbanell （1902-1981）, founder and editor of the Psychic News of London , England
Expanding Your Mind; One Post At A Time!
When words fail, art and writing speak the language of the unheard...
We paint rocks to hopefully create a smile with a few poems thrown in!
one at a time
In the valley of my mund
Finding, Seeing, Feeling, Appreciating, Capturing and Sharing Life’s Beauty
Sharing thoughts about the brain, psychology, human behaviour, relationships, success, creativity and anything neuro!
life experience through new adventure, life is short and so are my posts enjoy!
Collected Writing: in History, Philosophy and Theology; Poetry, Politics and Commentary, Given in Prose and Verse
My Photography Blog
BLOG UMORISTIC |"Omenirea are o singură armă cu adevărat eficientă, iar aceasta este râsul" - MARK TWAIN