Thursday, November 21, 2013

The Feldwisch Kids 11-19

Bob and Susie Feldwisch are moving to Tellico Village on a lake 
in eastern Tennessee where they will be building a retirement home.
Here are Marge and John's four kids at Peg's going away party for Bob
and Susie.  They certainly would be proud.

Full Moon 11-17

Full moon over Lake Aspen from the deck of our house.

With the Artist Jan Sessions 11-15

At the Opening of The Innsbrook Property Owners Art Show with two of her
works in the background.

The Room 11-14

Yellowstone Cafe  Town and Country, Missouri

Monday, November 11, 2013

Final Flower for the Day 11-11 Veteran's Day

Its been a ball. The garden's have all been put to bed and are ready for next years festivities. 
I hope you have enjoyed the year as much as I have. Above are some 
small balls on my crepe myrtle which for some reason failed to bloom this year. 

Seed balls.

Lake Lucerne, Innsbrook Missouri yesterday.

Thursday, November 7, 2013

Flower for the Day 1-7 Persimmon

The leaves are long gone from the persimmon tree outside our bedroom window
but the fruit remains in various stages of growth. The dark ones at the top are 
ready to eat.

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Flower for the Day 11-4 Seeds for next year.

The seeds are being carried away ......

Like the down of a thistle.

Monday, November 4, 2013

Breakfast out

From our new Egg and I Restaurant in Des Peres.

Posters from the USS Yorktown, CV-10

Dave Bowers sent me a photo from the
USS Yorktown (CV-10) which had these posters. 
The original Yorktown was a carrier that was lost early in WW II
and replacement CV-10 was in service from 1943 to 1977 when it 
was de-commisioned.

Flower for the Day 11-4 Burning Bush

This big red lollipop greeted our 'trick or treaters' on Halloween.

Saturday, November 2, 2013

The Room 10-22

Stoney River Restaurant, Chesterfield, Missouri

Estes Park Flood 9-13 Trail Gazette

Water floods the intersection of Elkhorn and Moraine
Avenues Friday morning, September 13 in
downtown Estes Park. 
We missed the floods by several weeks.

Chris in Classic Tin Type Portrait

Image by photographer Matt Alberts using
the wet plate collodion process and his 11 by 14 camera.