I confess! I'm a shutter-bug. I take either my Nikon or my digital camera with me everywhere.


I had a wonderful time on my visit to Valente Gardens in North Berwick, Main. If you're ever in the neighborhood, I highly reccomend you stop for a visit, particularly if you have a fondness for daylilies.

In early spring I stopped by the Old Stone Church in West Boylston, MA. My husband's grandmother worshipped there when she was a child. The stone church is all that is left of the old town center. Everything else is covered by the waters of the Wachusett Reservoir. It's a popular place to picnic.

Spring arrived in Worcester on Palm Sunday. After church services I took a walk down Main Street to the Worcester County Court House. Cherry, Bradford pear and azalea were in bloom. Teenagers took advantage of the less crowded Sunday sidewalks to practice their skate boarding skills.

I hadn't been to the White Mountains since I was a kid, so it was especially nice to spend a weekend in June with old college friends way up north. We took a hike up Mt. Willard and I snapped photos of the many flowers that were in bloom.

My garden club took a tour of the Valley View Farm daylilies garden on July 13, 2000. Naturally, I took a ton of photos. Who can resist daylilies? If you're in the neighborhood it is well worth a visit.

I had an opportunity to visit the Outer Banks in North Carolina in the middle of February this year. Wonderful part of the country. Hope to go back again sometime.

I spent Palm Sunday weekend 2002 with college friends up in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. On Saturday we hiked up to Diana's Bath, a lovely series of brooks, pools and waterfalls. Despite the 27 degree weather I was warm and toasty in my polartec. It would be nice to see Diana's Bath as it changes through the seasons.

I wandered around Wachusett Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary in Princeton, MA late in the day on August 15, 2002. It was very peaceful .........a good place to sit and think .......and listen. The frogs were very cooperative ......photographically speaking. Ever notice how much they resemble a dill pickle?



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