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audio 01:44 Discoveries Worth Waiting For

Discoveries Worth Waiting For

Finally it dried out enough this summer for us to take our first trip down Carter’s Cut. Rounding a bend, we discovered a beautiful patch of foxgloves. I paused to photograph this beautiful scene, grateful for an unexpected find.

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 07/16/2019 05:00 AM

audio 02:22 Clearing A Blockage

Clearing A Blockage

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 07/15/2019 05:00 AM

audio 01:35 Summer Wildflowers

Summer Wildflowers

When the Lupine Field was first created, it began with raw earth that was seeded to grass, clover, and of course, lupine with a wildflower mix added in. Now, several years later, the field is brimming with wildflowers creating a beautiful relaxing place.

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 07/14/2019 05:00 AM

audio 01:23 Sweet Delicacies

Sweet Delicacies

The wild strawberries are now gracing the field with their red colors. They are such a sweet delicacy, and I can remember when it was easy for me to bend over picking them for hours to get enough for wild strawberry shortcake. Now I just sample a few, lea

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 07/13/2019 05:00 AM

audio 01:26 Daises and Pink Clover

Daises and Pink Clover

The photo looked as if I was floating through a field of white daises and pink clover. Actually, even though my feet were on the ground, my mind was soaring through space and time. No matter what the season, the Lupine field lets my mind soar.

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 07/12/2019 05:00 AM

audio 01:39 Images in the Bark

Images in the Bark

Once again my gaze was drawn to the bark of a tree where I focused on the image of an animal. It is an activity I do fairly often, as it gives my mind the opportunity to imagine and wonder how Nature came up with the design.

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 07/11/2019 05:00 AM

audio 01:37 An Expensive Lunch

An Expensive Lunch

The new septic system is complete, and the ground is planted with grass seed. There in the middle of this investment three large turkeys stopped by to have lunch. I wondered how much their meal cost us. A sense of humor is a necessity living in Nature.

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 07/10/2019 05:00 AM

audio 02:06 Repurposing


I enjoy finding new places for items that have outgrown their usefulness. So it was with three dump truck loads of rocks dug out of the land when replacing our septic system. The rocks were reused as fill to help make room for parking spaces.

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 07/09/2019 05:00 AM