For most of the year, our area's highest peak is a snow-capped, beautiful vision, one that draws skiers and snowboarders who like steep runs in winter and early spring, one that draws a photographer's eye year-round.
This is a shot I took in late July, the view one would see when driving by on the highway.
Added by Anna Herrington on September 27, 2011 at 1:00pm — No Comments
The very last secret in my father's life came on slowly: teasing our family with that first shocking glimpse, leaving its clues scattered, then hiding so quietly we all forgot its existence. I thought it gone, anyway, but I was a child and hadn't yet learned what pernicious meant.
Glimmers of that secret's essential nature had started showing itself, first making its presence known to me when I was a young girl playing in a hospital courtyard, circling around and around a…Continue
Added by Anna Herrington on September 23, 2011 at 1:00pm — No Comments
"Do you know of a good bookstore around here?" I asked the cashier as she handed me an enormous spinach salad and slice of cheese pizza at this unfamiliar restaurant in this unfamiliar town. We had found this low-slung eatery in the downtown area, sandwiched between Thai cuisine and a bar, if I remember correctly. Thai food had been nixed.
Youngest and I were on a late summer explore, itinerary: his choice.
I thought he would choose the 'Water Slides with Friends' idea…Continue
Added by Anna Herrington on September 17, 2011 at 1:00pm — No Comments