What other possible explaination?
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While adjusting Christmas lights outside, I noticed this colorful gift from our maple tree by our doorstep. It seemed a fitting symbol of this season of giving.
How Do You Like Them Apples?
We were getting ready to have sliced apples and caramel dip when Fairy discovered this “smiley face” under the lid after opening the caramel container. It was a good omen, and the apples were delicious.
December 7, 1941
This backyard bloom is one of the few that remain and will soon be gone, like the survivors of an era that began 80 years ago at Pearl Harbor. The last seven years of my career were served at the VA and it was a great privilege to serve those veterans who gave so muchContinue reading “December 7, 1941”
Crescent Moon and Venus
The young Moon passed below Venus this evening after sunset. The night side of the Moon appears cradled by the lighted crescent and gives rise to the phrase: “Old Moon in the new Moon’s arms.” Though on the night side of the Moon, it is not totally dark since it is illuminated by “earthshine,” theContinue reading “Crescent Moon and Venus”
I really don’t believe Dave do you?
Boat Parade on YouTube
To see yesterday’s boat parade on YouTube, go to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tD0XX_ESY2c&t=91s
Inverness Boat Parade
Last night the third annual Christmas lighted boat parade was held on Henderson Lake by Inverness, Florida. Sponsored by The Cove Pub and Grub and supported by several local entities, dozens of boats showed up in a spectacular array of light effects. “Pirates” were even shooting off fireworks. A good time was had by all.
We went out last night to admire our handiwork with the lights on our shed and found more than we had bargained for. Very good tidings…
A hike not to be missed south of Hana on the island of Maui is the Pipiwai Trail. It begins near the “Seven Sacred Pools,” and winds about 2 miles upland (mauka in Hawaiian) past a huge banyan tree near the 185 foot Makahiku Falls, through a bamboo forest, and dead ends at the baseContinue reading “Waimoku Falls”