Spring at Biltmore

Spring at Biltmore is a flower fanatic's dreamworld. The gardens are brimming with daffodils, hyacinth, forsythia, tulips and periwinkle, just to name a few. Today, the tulips were up, but they had not quite bloomed out. Maybe next week, I can go back and take tulip pictures. The current exhibit in the mansion and on … Continue reading Spring at Biltmore

Redbuds

I guess I'm trying to make up for sitting on my butt all winter, but over the past 8 days, I have hiked 22 miles!  That is 22 MOUNTAIN miles, folks.  My legs feel like noodles.  Going straight up steps or up steep grades isn't easy and I realize just how much fitness I have … Continue reading Redbuds

Godspeed

Godspeed

Godspeed /ˈɡɒdˈspiːd/ interjection, noun 1. an expression of one's good wishes for a person's success and safety Word Origin  C15: from God spede may God prosper (you) This word is most, or only appropriate to say to a soldier, sailor, airman, or marine as they start their military journey.  I have used it more in … Continue reading Godspeed

Luke’s Losers …

Regarding an opinion piece published in Yahoo Finance, "Why Elizabeth Warren Is A Threat to America’s Growth," Luke had some interesting comments. He said ... Like Mark Sanford in South Carolina, she is generally despised here, but is somehow able to maintain a constituency.  I like to believe that politicians are making progress toward a … Continue reading Luke’s Losers …