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November 4, 2022
Into the fog from Crazy Quilter on a Bike!

I'm HOME!!!!! I got home just after 11 PM, which was good considering that I didn't leave until after 6:30 PM. Everything got crammed into the car -- how do I ever travel by plane? I guess I just take a lot less stuff! But this was what I faced all the way home. 

A lone foggy night

Don't worry -I was in a parking lot when I took that picture. But as the afternoon wore on, the fog rolled in, and it stayed. It's still foggy this morning. Thankfully, there wasn't too much traffic ...

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October 20, 2022
October 20, 2022 from Ravelly1

 Good heavens.......I've not been posting so quite some time. Here's a bit of what I've been doing in not certain order.

My community group hosted a car show. It was so much fun. The white Chevy truck took first place.

I won Best in Show and Go Texan at our County Fair. My quilt will go to Houston sometime in 2023.

Our church did a picnic in the the cemetery which sounds weird but we all had a blast fellowshipping and having lunch.

Look at this beautiful bloom!!

I went out to my jeep one morning ...

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November 8, 2020
November in the Garden from From My Carolina Home

November usually brings colorful trees with gold and rust, burgundy and rich browns. This year it is a little sparse, as two storms with high winds have brought down a lot of leaves before they could turn. I did get a photo of this one, in the process of changing to a lovely orangy gold.

The view in the valley prior to the storm showed some lovely changes in progress.

Pine siskins migrating south took over the bird feeder for a couple of days. There are 15 of them on the feeder in this photo, and more were hanging out ...

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September 2, 2020
The View and Visitors At Our Place from From My Carolina Home

It was an extraordinary morning just yesterday, with an abundance of wildlife in the early morning fog.  I didn’t get photos of the five deer that were grazing in the meadow, as they went into the forest before the camera could boot up.  Fog is a frequent morning visitor here, and I love how it delineates the layers of hills across the valley and the mountain ridge in the distance.  Photo taken from our veranda.

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Mere moments after I shut the camera back down, My Sweet Babboo said there were three foxes coming towards the house.  I jumped up ...

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February 16, 2020
February in the Garden from From My Carolina Home

In the garden this month, there has been an interesting contrast of dull days and bright color, sunny mornings and then snow followed by days of rain.  Just the day before our QOV sew day, it snowed.  As I watched the snow fall, it seemed that every bird in the neighborhood needed a bit of extra fuel to deal with the cold.

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Fat flakes came down all morning.

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A bluebird showed up to share the bounty.

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The red bellied woodpecker shares the buffet with a titmouse.

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On the snow covered ground, a flock of juncos was looking for seeds dropped ...

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