Tag Archives: nature photography
While visiting Santa Cruz, we knew we wanted to take a day trip or two. North Seymour had not been on our list of possible day trips (I can’t for the life of me remember why we had discarded the … Continue reading
When we decided to go to the Galapagos, and once I stopped jumping up and down yelling “we are going to the Galapagos,” our first decision was which islands to visit. (The cruise or land question had already been answered, … Continue reading
So, where to start? This trip to Colombia was not nearly as magical as our trip in 2015. Part of that is due to the fact that Robert arrived sick and, just about the time he started feeling better, I … Continue reading
My favorite thing about Minca was the birds. (In case you are wondering, Robert’s favorite thing about Minca was visiting the organic coffee farm.) Colombia has the highest diversity of birds in the world. In fact, there are over 1900 … Continue reading
When we first read about Minca, it sounded like a wonderland. The blogs we read used words like “paradise” and “idyllic” and “picturesque” and “lush” with “cool mountain breezes.” It was “the real Colombia,” or so we read. Lies, all … Continue reading
One of my favorite critters in the entire world is the sloth. They are just as cool as can be. (Robert thinks they are kind of creepy. He is so wrong….) So, imagine my excitement when I learned there were … Continue reading
One of the things we really enjoyed about Puerto Vallarta was the wildlife. We saw some really cool duck-like birds. Mom, dad, and a whole ton of babies decided to swim in our hotel swimming pool one day.
We recently spent 10 days in Holcombe, Wisconsin vising my parents. There isn’t much to do in Holcombe besides boat and eat and drink.
Long ago and far away when I was a but a young girl, I decided to enroll at the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities. I remember being excited to move to “the big city.” I also remember several of … Continue reading