These are just some random old pictures (I mean really old, like almost 40 years old), which I had in my collection, that I thought I'd share with you. Photos number 1 and 6 are from the Black Canyon of the Gunnison River in Colorado, which to this day I consider one of those special, almost unheard of, places of wonder. Photo number two is the Pacific Ocean, just being itself, on an enchanted evening. Photo number 3 is from Bryce Canyon, in Utah, and even though this particular view may have some other, politically correct name, I like to think of it as the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Photo number 4 is one that brings back special memories, and special feelings of incredible quiet and peace, and is taken out over the Straits of Juan de Fuca, near Olympic National Park in Washington. Photo number 5 is a particularly appealing look at the giant sequoias in northern California. Enjoy!
Now it's winter in Oklahoma, the beginning of February, and I was just thinking that I would really like to be someplace warm and green right about now. The above photographs are just a sample of weather about this time of year in another country - namely Costa Rica. As I look out on our brown and cold landscape, and have no plans to go anywhere just for the moment - somewhere, people are enjoying their beautiful green country!