Monday, July 9, 2018

Sunday Stroll: Raining Forever

More rain to come this afternoon

This is the output from a dam. They are letting out the maximum and it really rumbles loud.
Hollyhocks 
Make me
Smile.





Baby Blackbirds
Snail
 Rumor has it they call this the sun!LOL
If you don't see me a lot it may be from weather related problems, dissolving  my computers. I also have been stumbling with heart stuff again and was told to take it easy. I am using a few libraries when I can get there, but not secure sites always. I still will try to read you no matter what. I have a few posts on file also. I hope to share many more dreams while out on the prairie.


18 comments:

  1. Hi Steve - lovely photos ... and what an amount of water. Take care though - that's the main thing ... relax and all the best - cheers Hilary

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  2. Some days it does seem like the rain will never stop. Obviously you have had some moments of sun too.

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  3. Wow, that's a lot of water. Live the cars, haven't been to a car show in ages.
    Follow doctors orders and take it easy

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  4. we've been getting rain almost every day for a week. since it hasn't been raining hard it's been very welcome.

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  5. I'm sorry to hear about your health struggles, Steve. I'll look forward to seeing your posts whenever you're able to do them. This one is another beautiful set of images. Leave it to you to find a heart in the clouds. ;)

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  6. Your pictures are wonderful. I hope you are back in your home soon.

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  7. We are dry so send just a little of your rain this way.

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  8. Excellent photos! Love those skies!

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  9. Hollyhocks also make me smile. My grandmother always grew them. Take it easy!

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  10. What a nice variety of lovely photos! Are those wagon wheels some kind of folk art?

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  11. Here in the UK we need rain!

    Aren't hollyhocks a great flower, real cottage garden feel.

    All the best Jan

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  12. That's alot of water! wow! Truly amazing photos!

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  13. Oh the hollyhocks are beautiful! I don't know what happened to mine, but all I've got left is stalks:(

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  14. Just stopping back to send my good wishes for your current health issues …
    Thinking of you and sending positive thoughts your way.

    All the best Jan

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  15. Continued prayers for you, Steve. It's been many years since I've grown hollyhocks. I love driving thru the country and seeing hollyhocks growing by an old fence. Charming flowers.

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  16. Nice series of pics. Love the water, so interesting. Beautiful hollyhocks. I don't have any hollyhocks but sure enjoy yours.

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Keep it positive and informative,I enjoy hearing from you!