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Fantastic Frog shoes by Creative Christine Marsh…
I baked namé tonight. Also called tropical sweet potato. I peeled it, cut it into pieces a bit bigger than french fries and baked it at 275 degrees for about 20 minutes. I covered it with a bit of salt and coconut oil. It was very good. Like a nutty french fry.
I never tried this or saw this before. It was a cooking adventure! What have been YOUR new things you have tried lately?
The humble name’…scrumptious…
Part three of my Winter Wonderland walking journey through Seneca Park in East Irondequoit New York.
The tree has opened its pages of information for us…
Video! Some Titmice playing in a tree.
This tree is shining with light.
I thought this looked like there was a whole family of snow octopi on this tree.
The wind blew for a moment to show me some magic snowsparkle dust.
Here I meet some cool dudes having a duel with snow brooms! I first met one of these guys while he was shoveling his roof with this enormously long snow shovel. I never saw that before. I found out that a lot of people do it to help reduce icicles.
…and then I was home.
Until next time. May you experience many adventures and miracles today!
Here we come to part two of this Wondrous Winter walk. With this part of my journey, I enter into Seneca Park, which is where I walk every day. There are so many beautiful things to see in this park, including fantastic people. I see many people who walk, snowshoe, and cross country ski in this park. It is great to see so many people being active in this area of Rochester – even on very cold days.
I love to see leaves with some green left in them in the middle of winter. Tough leaves.
This tree being is also on video! I thought the blowing of the leaves was very beautiful and meditative. I visualize it being that way for you too. You can sometimes hear bird sounds too.
Here I pan around this tree a bit. I took the videos of this tree while I was laying in the snow.
I am delighted to see many birds here every day even when it is zero degrees F.
The ducks are here every day. They have this small bit of unfrozen pond that they quack and quack away the day in.
Video! Ducks on film
This beehive looks like it has provided some food to birds this winter.
I ‘Photoshopped’ it to make it look like it was glowing a bit.
Video! The beehive gently lolling in the wind…
More exciting than ANY reality TV show yet produced!
Coming soon to a theater near you…
Part 3 – Shining trees and Dueling Snow broom excitement!