A collection of distilled sarcastic wisdom, numerous photographs, discussions of books and stuff to learn and more stuff to think about from a retired economics professor turned blogger and photographer.
It's just possible I posted this before. I take so many photos and I don't have a good system for checking them off when I post them. So here it is again if you've already seen it. One of my goals is to acquaint blog readers from around the country and around the world with the kind of country we live in here in St. George UT in the southwest corner of the state.
A quick tour around the neighborhood at dusk in perfect light for photos netted 107 pictures of yellow, red, multi-colored, and white roses. Now I'll never have to take another photo for a month or two. But what fun after a dreary winter to see the beauties of nature once again in full bloom. I hope you like the photos.
Are you kidding me? This is St. George UT in early December 2013 where people come to play golf and enjoy the outdoors. Who even owns a snow shovel? Fortunately, our neighbor had one and, being younger and healthier, shoveled our driveway.
No wonder so many palms and shrubs died in the storm and in the ice and cold weather that followed.