The Strawberry House: Our Last Morning/ Photos From Our Visit

From Sarah : All things must end sometime. I have most of our things packed and ready to take out to the car. We had breakfast at 8 AM. Photos haven’t uploaded to Google yet so I will share them later. We are back in our room relaxing. For once, even Danny isn’t ready to…

Welcome to 31 Days of Photo Tips | Day 1

Welcome to 31 Days of Photo Tips | Day 1 My 3 Boybarians http://my3boybarians.com/2011/10/welcome-to-31-days-of-photo-tips-day-1/ My entire childhood in photos fills about 1/3 of a shoebox. October 1975. Taken 36 years ago, almost to the day. 4 generations.How old were you the first time you clicked a camera and froze that moment in time? Did your…

Reblogged From Traveling Magnolia – 2 Posts – Traveling In Wyoming/ Colorado – Fall Foliage/ Flat Tops & Rocky Mountain Road Trip

“As Joni Mitchell observed in her classic Big Yellow Taxi, “Don’t it always seem to go, that you don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone.” The vast wilderness encountered in the United States west even through the early 20th century has been eroded by development. Fortunately, the National Parks and National Forests along with many state and local agencies have preserved enough open spaces for visitors to enjoy.”