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Dear Fellow Bloggers,

Why not check out my 3rd installment of my blog Adventures in time?

Follow so when I am out of space on this one You will already have the inside scoop on where I have been!

http://adventuresintime3.wordpress.com/

~Tom

Been a While…

I haven’t posted a blog posting in quite some time, well an Adventure type post anyways. As you may have read I am just about ready to begin Volume #3 of my Blog Adventures in Time. I have much to post We have been very busy.

After what has seemed like a lifetime within it self it looks as if Spring is here to stay. Today was 60 degrees. I will post pictures from today’s Adventure in Wareham with Zak and Jordan soon if not in a few, possibly tomorrow night after Dinner.

In the meantime feel free to visit Volume #1             http://oursharedadventures.blogspot.com/

And leave feedback on the upcoming Volume#3               http://adventuresintime3.wordpress.com/

I’ll be back soon.

~Tom

Morning Surprise!

Today is a good day! When the plants on my balcony start to grow, I know Spring is right around the corner! My Lilly’s are a few inches above the soil! YAY! And we reached 50 degrees today! Let’s hope that nasty beast named Winter is gone until next year…

Just when the Earth is coming alive…

One Miss Mother Nature likes to keep you on your toes and throws a few curve balls just as you think, “Hey this is it! Spring is Coming!”  The flowers and bugs, and raging rivers are a mere illusion of her plans. Even though Spring is officially here in a short 12 days, she must have thought it was time to dump a foot or more of the white stuff just so we know she is charge!

In my head there is a wonderful Beach with white sand and a blue / green ocean, and the temperature never drops below 80 degrees! My bottom is in the sand and my toes are in the water, and life is good! My song of the day? Follow the link below. Knee Deep by The Zac Brown Band ft. Jimmy Buffett

http://youtu.be/9n5G0qFBsHM

March 4, 2013 War Memorial Park West Bridgewater ~Life Renewed and Old Lives Mesh~

This day we photographed more than the intricate water ways and rolling water rapids. We also took in some “Life” pictures, both renewed and old. Traveling through the park it was amazing to see to the water levels so high, but even more amazing was the Earth coming alive again…

There are these purple wild flowers that grow low to the ground such as Crocus seen in an earlier post. They are vibrantly purple. Beautiful signs of Spring’s approach.

After our time at the very beautiful early spring features the park had to offer, we ventured down a few side streets we have followed before. I might note today was freezing! It was hovering around 32 degrees, there was a breeze and my hands were ice, additionally the icicles on my feet had icicles of their own! But I endured!

During our road hike we came across a really refreshing sight. A newly constructed Bird’s Nest! Cows, and the house of Rev. James Kieth, The first Minister of Bridgewater, and more of Earth’s life pushing through the ground to live!

Be sure to check back for the final installment of this day.

March 4, 2013 War Memorial Park West Bridgewater ~The Intricate Water Ways~

So Today we took Brett’s camera to War Memorial as described in yesterday’s post to photograph the water levels. They were as high as yesterday. Still complete with mini rapids. These are the Water ways.

I saved more pictures for future posts! Come on! I can’t spoil you all with the entire day, cause I won’t have anything to post about tomorrow!

The water is so high, even flooding certain sections, I’ll provide a description to certain pictures for explanation…

ENJOY!

Hello Crocus!

After what has seemed like an eternity I finally have something worthwhile to post! While at Dunkin Donuts today as promised I snapped some pictures of those Crocus I told you about in yesterday’s post.

We walked the dogs at War Memorial Park today. It felt great to actually go out and do something, I have become quite the homebody since I was let go from work, in the beginning of January. The water system was quite active complete with mini rapids! I have never seen this place so filled with water, there were even a few spill over areas. From the water marks left behind on the trees you can also see that the water was almost a foot higher recently as well. We had the dogs so no camera’s, we plan to return tomorrow to snap a few shots!

My camera is being shipped back, hope to have it soon! Just in time for Spring! Be sure to check back tomorrow to see the pictures from War Memorial.