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Photo Challenge LAST DAY Outtakes
Published on Wednesday, October 31, 2012 by I did it I did it I did it!  I managed to post a picture for every day of the 30-day photo challenge!  I am really proud! The hardest part of it all?  Getting through the frustration of not being able to reply to all the wonderful comments you left.  By 11 at night, I was just finishing my visits to all of your fabulous sites, leaving me no time for anything else...
Fish Tales
Published on Monday, April 23, 2012 by Today's 30-Day-Photo-Challenge theme is "Fish Tales." I honestly thought it was a fish.  Not a frog.  A fish.  You kiss a fish, you get a prince.  No? I let the fish go.  He was very happy to be back in the water, although I believe I saw him wipe off his fish lips....
Today, Lonestar Found Her Home
Published on Sunday, February 5, 2012 by You may remember the biggest geocache fail ever?  The fail is no more.  As a matter of fact, the fail resulted in the best geocache ever! Indeed, today my daughter and I hiked our way through the “Level Four Difficulty” terrain to the scene of the crime.  The geocache that yes, I RAN OVER. First, my daughter checked to see what people had already written in t...
Best Geocaching Cache Fail EVER
Published on Monday, January 23, 2012 by It was only a few weeks ago when we stumbled upon out first geocache.  I believe that made us “geomuggles.” Out of curiosity, we purposely hunted for another.  From there, we have discovered geocaching caches camouflaged as coral, trees, logs and even a spider. I cannot tell you who said it.  But it was soon said.  “I know!  Let’s make our own geocache!...
Asteroids, Fossils and Fish
Published on Sunday, January 8, 2012 by While sitting on the shores of Crane Lake at Suffolk’s Lone Star Lakes, it is hard to believe the ocean’s salty water once covered the area.  The story is almost unbelievable. Thirty-five million years ago, a two-mile-wide asteroid plummeted to the earth.  Its impact caused a series of tsunamis that carried the ocean’s water to inland areas that were once dry...
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