Tag Archives: Missouri

Missouri Cotton Fields

 

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Want to see how they load these colossal bales onto trucks to haul them away?  Go HERE.

Cee’s Black and White Challenge: Field

The Death of Halloween

 

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The Death of Halloween

What if we threw Halloween and nobody came?
If no one came to trick or treat, who might be to blame?
Perhaps they threw a party and we were not invited.
Perhaps the little kids are scared that they might be bited!
Are small girls scared of zombies, little boys spooked by ghosts?
Are all the big boys scared as well, in spite of all their boasts?
So in spite of Reese’s Cups, Hershey’s Bars and Snickers,
no  chocolate biters are in sight, no chewers and no lickers. 
It seems that Halloween has died. Yearly hauntings are no more.
We might as well eat all the treats, give up and lock the door!!!

 

After an hour of waiting in vain for Trick or Treaters, just as I was trying to post this post, three groups of them showed up at our door.  Halloween has been rejuvinated.  Photos to follow. If you need a link to them, HERE they are.

The Rest of the Trip to Big Spring

The Rest of the Trip to Big Spring

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Which Way Challenge: October 25, 2018

Big Spring Junket (Fall Color) FOTD

We took a day trip to the Ozarks today to the most beautiful area with the most generic name ever—the Big Spring area of the Current River!  In spite of the uninspiring names, wanted to share a few of the 300 plus photos I took today.  More to follow… (Relax.  There are only 15 here.)

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Cee’s FOTD Challenge

The Haunting of Morehouse (Halloween Photo Challenge)

The Haunting of Morehouse, Missouri

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Tiny Flower of the Day, Oct 30, 2018

This flower was so tiny that I would have missed it if I hadn’t been on my knees!  Those are blades of grass around it if you need a basis for scale. It was smaller in diameter than a dime.

For Cee’s Flower of the Day.