Posts Tagged ‘yucaipa’

Flippin’ O.G. Preserve

January 12, 2018

Oak Glen Preserve

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Spring ing

March 5, 2016

This is what’s been happening:

Toad’s begining

  

crystalisting

  

Molting

  

Grazing

    

Budding

  

Waiting

 

Muralizing maintenance day

February 27, 2016

Animals running. School mascots, dragonfly, turtle, and owl. California mascot, bear. And our household favorite animal, the hippo. 

dragonfly, turtle, owl, hippo, and bear

More flippin photos

February 24, 2016

 

Oak Glen conservancy

  

Ernie in the sky with diamonds

 

Hippo sunscreen test

January 27, 2016

The hippopotamus makes its own sunscreen.  

Hippos, bloating in the sun

 

Soccer in Yucaipa 

November 14, 2015

Celebrate soccer in Yucaipa tonight at the YHS stadium.  Main event at 7:30.

See you there.

 

Nature love

November 7, 2015

Life is ever flowing. It is easy to bypass the details and get lost in the rat race of society. Life is what’s around you. Take a breath, slow down and let it be. Just be. Appreciate what is, and find comfort in the fact that you are alive. Feel it, all of it. Life’s peaks and troughs are definite. It’s all about the journey. 

Here are some moments caught while in the flow. 

No more room

It doesn’t hurt, Dad.

   
  

  

Resting bird

  

Giant insect from down under

  

Pede on paper

  

Pray

  

Murder overhead

  

Everyone has a mother

    
    

Caught in the cold

    
 
  

   
 

Can you find the Great Horned owl?

September 14, 2015

Saw a couple owls at the San Bernardino county museum the other day. Absolutely beautiful. They were staring right at us.  I cropped and used a filter to make it a little more difficult to find it in the photo below. I’ll post the original later in the week.  

Yucaipa California Love.

September 13, 2015

My family and I purchased a home in Yucaipa about 2 years ago. Not only have we been blessed with a creative, family orientated (or, oriented) community atmosphere. We also scored hard with some of the friendliest neighbors anyone could ask for. This post goes out to our neighbors; and all neighbors, everywhere.  

The other day my neighbor asked me if we liked sweet potatoes. Yes! I replied. Take as many as you’d like he said, they’re just on the other side of the fence. 

As I walked into the gate this is what I saw  

Mister Paul’s Harvest

 Boooya-kasha!

Stand tall

May 6, 2015

This little guy is one year old. We got him at the Yucaipa festival last year. The 3 little buds have shot up fast. I am looking forward to seeing what color they are.    

blooming cactus

 Cactus are so cool.

Locked but not loaded, yet. 

May 1, 2015

The booth is ready for ammunition. Drawings and paintings will be hung in the morning.  

 Sales start at 11am, so you’ll be able to get your Saturday lie in. Flock of Seagulls are on at 7:30pm, and Berlin follow at 8:30. That gives a good window for enjoying Yucaipa’s old town, and supporting local artists and local business. 

 

Spring, alive.

April 24, 2015

Spring is on the March, or should I say on to May! 2015, the year of the sheep, has been rolling through quickly. All around, life is surviving. Take your time and notice the amazing sights and sounds that has been so artistically given to each and everyone on us. Here are some of our sights for your eyeballs.  

Apple blossom festival, Oak Glenn

    

Blooming cactus, SBCM Redland

  

Blooming succulents, Yucaipa

  

Unidentified in the backyard, Placentia

    

Flower picture, Redlands

  

Backyard citrus, Yucaipa

  

Camo hopper, Yucaipa

    

Acrosternum hilare, Yucaipa

 

Basking at San Bernadino County Museum, Redlands

 

Alligator lizard buddy, Yucaipa

   


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