He was a stout man with thick fingers who willingly engaged your ear, although following his hackneyed conversation style was akin to skipping alongside Dorothy through an endless field of soporific poppies.
With a great big beer belly that was kept snuggly in place by faded green suspenders, the grizzled ex-landscaper could be seen almost every morning tending to his retirement project while periodically sipping from an oversized mug of coffee.
(Photo: Edward Roads)
Written by Edward Roads
Summer is long gone, but I still have some pictures from my holidays that I haven’t shared yet. I will mix and divide them between two blog posts.
This canyon road goes through Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest all the way from Utah to Wyoming. There are countless opportunities for hiking, but with our newborn baby we only did what we could 🙂 These pictures are simple snaps, our family memories.
Jordanelle Reservoir is a good place for landscape photography with all those mountain layers that change the view as you move along the road. This picture was taken from Kamas side of the reservoir, on the go, from the car window. Water level is too low this year, which is not good at all.
This cute barn in Kamas looked more beautiful than ever adorned with sunflowers.
There are many lakes of all sizes in Uinta forest. I am not sure but I…
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Change is inevitable, & so is personal growth. Looking back at 2016 I can think of so many incidents that shook me & I’m not talking about Brexit or Trump’s win for that matter.
I’ve decided to document these changes on this 7 part series called ~ ‘How 2016 changed me‘ & here is the first part – EGO.
“You don’t care about anyone but yourself.”
“You’re such a condescending jerk!!!!”
“You’re so full of yourself!”
“Why can’t you call first?”
“You really need to stop showing off!”
“It’s just a grammar mistake on a casual chat, please stop being a grammar nazi all the time.”
“Yeah yeah, you’re a Mr. KNOW IT ALL.”
“Will you stop fishing for compliments?”
“I know you have connections with powerful people because…
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