ALL SEASONS – MADE OF TREES

 

 

Hello All Season Bloggers< This week the link is open from Sunday March .24 to Friday March 29, at noon, Pacific time.

Wow, hope you didn’t notice the enormous gaffe from last week, wishing you a happy Valentine’s day instead of St Patrick’s day! Anyways, to the ones who did notice, my apologies:)

There was a reason for being distracted. Hubby has been sick and went to the emergency room  Monday 2 weeks ago. On Wed.  to the urologist in another town. Last Monday blood tests and ultrasound,  today another trip to the Emergency room and this Tuesday I hope the urologist has some idea “what” it could be!
Don’t worry, we both have worked at some point in a hospital, so we are familiar with the procedures and with the “not knowing.”.
Also we believe that the God who created us, also is able to heal.

 

 

The Big Sequoia  in Yosemite Nat Park. Easy to spend three hours
or more in that part .

 

 

A tree in process of decay, but still beautiful when covered by moss

 

 

 

Also showed this 6 x 9 inch plein air scene of Aqua Canon
in Bryce Canon, Utah in one of the Spiky things of March.
The dry and bare leftover wood branches actually
made it a bouquet in nature:)

(By the  end of March I have posted at least 3 Spikey Posts.
The easiest way to see all the post is to type the url  (Click)
so you can see scroll all the titles of the posts with “Spikey”)

 

 

 

Love this type of zigzag wood fence (Yosemite)

 

 

 

 

Hubs started  beautifying the foundations, which looked like a mess,
but then he got 7 large windows for free.  Got an idea gone rogue –
to make it a room – a tinker room from re-purposed wood –
the walls, the table for the table saw, the shelves. Quite a turn
around from working for millionaires in California:):)

 

 

 

Am adding this post “Coffee table – made from trees” from Dan.
Didn’t know his email or perma link for the photo,
so look him up:) CLICK
His posts are right underneath his header.

 

A bridge to a castle in mid-Holland. So many things come from trees

 

 

 

 

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25 thoughts on “ALL SEASONS – MADE OF TREES

  1. I never got to see them for myself but I am amazed by your photos and would have loved to spend time shooting them. So, thanks for the images. I love all the rest of your images, too.

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  2. Best of all, oxygen comes from trees. Hurrah for trees! I hope your Hubs is feeling better right now, Jesh. He has a cool looking workplace. I like the repurposed wood. The other day I saw a shower made of tiles that look like repurposed wood. Ah, to have one like that.
    I love the photo of you and the sequoia tree. 🙂

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  3. Best wishes for your husband’s health prognosis. Thank you for hosting and for this post which is such a good reminder of all we owe to our forests. Beautiful Yosemite pictures. And the “tinker room” is a great idea. If we had a bigger space to play in, my husband would love a space like that.

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  4. Best wishes to your husband for a rapid recovery, Jesh. Getting entangled in the medical system trying to find the right diagnosis and an appropriate management plan is quite stressful.
    Wood is wonderful and I have a stockpile of timber in the backyard, which I dip into from time to time to construct all sorts of things…

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  5. I am sorry to hear your husband is not well, and I hope they find out soon what it is and that it isn’t anything to bad. I love walking through the bush, especially among the big trees. They seem so invincible. Take care of you and yours.

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  6. Yes, I am not eating waffles every day but we do go through about three dozen eggs a week. The recipe makes three waffles so either you can make all waffles at once and reheat them in the toaster or you could freeze them. The point is to replace the flour in this recipe which is very dangerous for some people like me. I love bread and flour, but it isn’t good for my lupus because it causes an inflammatory response.

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  7. I hope your husband is doing well and they figure it out soon. I love the plein air scene and yes, we get so much from trees and it’s horrifying to see clear-cutting. A repurposed wood room sounds fantastic. It’s cool to see the zigzag fence disappear into the woods.

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  8. It’s been quite a while since I was in Yosemite. I went there a lot camping as a kid with my parents though. Those were the days of the firefall and President Kennedy driving by in a motorcade. I’m just starting to try drawing. It started with pen sketches in my cabin journal and has morphed into archival ink pens and watercolour brushes. Who knows where it will lead, but I’m having fun. – Margy

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  9. I love this subject. I’ve added a post for this (I hope you don’t mind words and pictures, ‘cuz I can’t ever seem to just do pictures). By the way, your hubs and I seem to have the same Miter Saw (I think his a Bosch). I hope he is feeling better.

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    1. Thank you Dan! Am first am commenting here in the hope they’ll come to your blog!
      Blogspot-ters have a different culture than wordpressers.
      Part of it is because links/perma links in their comments give them major problems. So they can’t link to another blog by just putting their perma link in the comment. Also, they can’t jump from commenting on their own blog (how I love wordpress for this ability:):) ).

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    2. I used to have two blogs on blogspot. I dropped one and moved the other to WordPress. I started my current blog on WP. Thanks for the prompt and support.

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  10. Loved the split rail fence and the castle bridge, the workshop and the giant sequoias as well as your “bouquet”– everything! Hope you Hubby will be feeling better and getting encouraging news.

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  11. I’m guessing gallbladder, seems to be affecting people I know lately. We had an emergency room visit while in Mexico for my husband, an interesting experience bur also nerve-wracking and a worry until we got home and he got an all clear from his doctor.
    Sending positive thoughts!

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    1. People from Europe dream about visiting NYC or Chicago or Washington. Me? I’d go to Yosemite and Yellowstone Parks. Amazing places!
      Thank you for hosting.

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