Blogger’s Lazy Day


My favorite spot – note the moss on the old oak’s arms as they reach across the path to provide a squirrel’s safe passage.

In honor of Blogger’s Lazy Day, otherwise known as Wordless Wednesday, I’m posting a few pictures from my daily walks around the local reservoir.


The lonely paddle boats yearn for the weekend when they can take to the waves to chase the geese.

A few weeks ago, after a rain, the grasses sparkled with dew and tiny wild flowers could be spotted here and there but now lack of rain is causing them to turn to straw.

Even these lowly weeds decorating the stinkeree have a certain grandeur in the spring, don't you think?

Even these lowly weeds decorating the stinkeree have a certain grandeur in the spring, don’t you think?

Okay, I didn’t quite achieve wordlessness (I’m a writer – what do you expect?)  But I have definitely achieved laziness.    Happy Blogger’s Lazy Day!


12 thoughts on “Blogger’s Lazy Day

  1. JT – it’s a good thing to be lazy now and then… Do you see many people fishing in that local reservoir? If so, are they catching trout? Did you see any bald eagles catching those trout 🙂

    1. Oh yes – usually there are oodles of fishermen. This morning they were stocking the lake with trout while we were there. The fish were jumping out of the water and so the rangers had to patrol the area in motorboats chasing the seagulls away! Quite a sight. Next Lazy Blogger day I’ll post pics of the fisherman’s favorite spots.

    1. Thanks Hugh – unfortunately we’re having a drought which means this summer we will be living in a tinder box!

  2. Oh please do! As much as you can spare. I’m sure California would knight you: Sir Hugh, Bringer of the Blessed Rain!

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