Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Finding a Way


Taken April 17, 2013.

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11 comments:

  1. Good morning and a happy May Day to all.

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    1. Good morning to you too and happy May Day also to everyone. That's a nice little waterfall you've captured.

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  2. Lovely photo.

    Went back to the dermatologist yesterday and had my biopsy procedure. They were a little concerned about the sample they took, which is a little concerning to me. Will know more in a couple weeks. The waiting is the hardest part.

    Happy Beltane to all who mark the day.

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  3. FM, I am looking forward to Comet ISON. It promises to be the biggest sky show of my lifetime. So far only Hale-Bopp has lived up to its advance billing. But it was, as comets are supposed to be, a bad omen. The day after we watched it along with a lunar eclipse, Andi broke her leg and we had to end a spring hiking vacation early.

    Jen, best wishes on waiting for the biopsy results. Several years ago I had a bump near my ear taken off that turned out to be a slow growing basal cell carcinoma. My GP did the biopsy in his office. When I finally got in to the plastic surgeon, several months later, to remove any that remained, we couldn't find it. We had to wait 2 years for it to show up again to be completely removed.

    Perfect bicycling weather yesterday and today: temps in the low 80s, light winds, and low humidity.

    Hope everyone has a great day.

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  4. I love waterfalls!

    Comet? When?? I remember taking the kids out to a dark spot to watch Hale-Bopp with binoculars. It was great. If Mason were only a few years older. ;-)

    Jen, my doc cut a mole off my shoulder earlier this year. She wasn't seriously concerned, except that it was oblong and thus required a closer look. It turned out to be nothing serious. Hope yours is the same!

    Hip hooray, the First of May, outdoor ***** starts today! /perv

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  5. It's Comet ISON, Larry. We might get a show through part of November and December. http://www.space.com/19796-comet-ison-explained-infographic.html

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  6. Hi, all.

    Love comets, waiting not so much. Jen, hope everything is minor and taken care of soon.

    Andi, be careful of comet watching! Everyone else, enjoy.

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  7. (((Jen)))

    May Day blizzard here. Sigh.

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  8. (((Jen)))

    May Day blizzard here. Sigh.

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  9. Howdy FM and Larry.

    Thinking of you and hoping for the best, Jen.

    Dina, the comet-and-lunar-eclipse-watching was so fantastically wonderful, I'd be willing to put up with another broken leg (so long as it was as minor -- a hairline and a spiral break) to have an experience like that again. Jim didn't mention that we also saw Hale-Bopp on the plane trip out. Just amazing.

    Blizzard in May! :(

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  10. Beautiful photo Andi. Love the contrast between the softness of the water and the hard rock (despite its erosion ability). And the overall colour palette. Love the earthy tones.

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