Time to Eat
OOPs! Late for time to eat. I usually eat at noon but with two aircraft to park in hangers because of the snow today it was just before one when it was time to eat.
Getting ready for bed oh no….
Play time is obvious by the smile..
Four swans are having sweet dreams and one is awake as a watcher.
Scrub-a-dub dub five swans in a tub, actually they’re in a pond.
On the counter at work I keep a dish full of Candy. It keeps the visitors sweet and happy.
Pink or Red
We have two red fox on the airport. It has taken me over a year to get this shot. I love the look up close.
She is the LOVE of my life. Candid shot taken when she didn’t know I was shooting. After 42 years of marriage she still make my heart go pitter patter.
This morning the sun was kissing the ice. Look at all the kisses on the icicles.
Yesterday I gave flight reviews to a couple of friends. Cell phone pictures can be fun even if you only get half a smile. The love of flying shows in their smiling faces. Two different planes and two hours of flying. I even had a smile on my face.
This is a set of Matryoshka dolls one of my daughters gave my wife many years ago. They still sit on her chest of drawers.
Another of our daughters gave us this illustration of our family tree. We have since had three more grandchildren.
These handprints belong to one of our grandsons. It’s been on our fridge for a year, little gifts like these are treasures to grandparents.
Work of Art
This weekend has brought a snowstorm and over 8 inches of new snow. Mother Nature can create quite interesting works of art.
This window beauty was on the window of my vehicle this morning before it started to snow.
The top of the Mountain is hidden in the clouds this morning.
Red river plain from the air. Wonder where it got it’s name? Ha Ha
Just as the blizzard got started, the left side of the shot shows the snow starting to stick to the building. Note the snow blowing of the top of the building in the middle of the shot. Contrast in a blizzard does’t show well.
Fast private transportation, just leaving our airport.
This old cinder cone is at peace and covered with snow.