Archive for April, 2012

“When one tugs at a single thing in nature,

he finds it attached to the rest of the world.”

― John Muir (born April 21, 1838)

“John Muir was a Scottish born American environmentalist, naturalist, traveler, writer, and scientist. He is, however, probably best remembered as one of the greatest champions of the Yosemite [National Park’s] natural wonders. He thought that nature was a primary source revealing the character of God.”

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I’m about three weeks late posting this, but hey, life got in the way of blogging!

I found when I lived in the mountains of California and now in Colorado that by the time March and the Vernal Equinox (1st day of spring) rolled around, I was color-deprived.

After five months of seeing only blah browns, grim grays, washed-out whites and bleary blacks, I craved…







Thus the change in my blog’s header picture from snow-covered mountains representing c-c-c-c-cold and w-w-w-w-winter to

E !

Spring! Onward!

Enjoy! What a glorious world we live in!

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