A DAILY PHOTOGRAPH FROM "THE VENICE OF AMERICA"
NOW ON SUMMER VACATION IN HARBOR SPRINGS, MICHIGAN
Wow!! That is amazing. Squashilicious!! It is beautiful here, too. We had some rain the other day but it is sunny and high 60s to low 70s--just perfect for me. MB
That looks like my kind of place. Very nice picture B.
Three or four visits? That's a lot! I adore fall, and everything that goes with it. I'd sure like to walk through your photo.
Impressive stash of squash, for quantity and variety...
That looks like a real photo opportunity. Visiting four times a week should be enough!
Oh what a good harvest. This picture is perfect to frame in the dining room. It shows plentiful harvest and abundance. Very good fengshui!
wonderful shot, i love squash casserole.
Wow, that's really beautiful.
Wow. I never realized there were sooo many varieties of squash! Most of us here don't even make any distinction — we only have one word for it! The view is gorgeous!
Ah, exercising restraint in the month of October, are we? Fall has been spectacular here. Then again, it usually is. This is my time of year.
Self-discipline is an important thing to cultivate ... right along with fruits and vegetables. Don't get squashed while shopping -:)
This is a wonderful shot!
Such wonderful abundance! Oh, how I LOVE this time of year!
Amazing, I am never seen before so many different kind of squash!!!thanks :)
I want a striped pumpkin.
An abundance! Hallelujah!
I admire you discilpline. I'd probably be there every day!
Oh wow - what a wonderful array of vegies. I can't believe those yellow ones are only 2 for $1.50! It's a great photo - love the colour.
I can understand visiting even daily when there's fresh produce to be had ..
That's quite a collection! Every time we go to the store this time of year, my youngest daughter has to buy a tiny pumpkin. I don't know why she has always been crazy about those!So you and your wife ski? Where do you go? I think I remember you mentioning needing a new knee. I would assume this causes some problems with trying to ski. My dad has been needing a knee replacement for quite awhile. It has kept him from doing a few hikes around here when he last visited. :(
Oh wow, I would love to see a scene like that one over here! Thanks for showing it, it's a gorgeous photo. Try to get down to 2-3 times a week, that *will* be discipline! ;-)
Good grief...I've never seen so many squash!What doth one do with them?
Okay. Now you have to share your squash recipes.
Oh, man, we need to find out such markets over here!Thanks for sharing!God bless you!Cezar
Look at all that squash! I would be there every day.
Heh. Funny. It's nice they color-coordinated them for your camera.
WOW! Look at that!!!! (And all that sunshine--I guess they are predicting rain for the next week! Bummer!)B, I'm tied up for sure Friday, Saturday and Sunday morning with the workshops offered. That leaves Tuesday night, assuming I get there OK, and Wednesday and Thursday until 8.You know my name--and where I'm staying.
I'm sure I've never seen so many in my life! They make a beautiful photo!
Awesome! That's a lot to eat. ;)