A Photo a Week: Sun Over Water

Nancy’s Merrill’s weekly A Photo a Week challenge this week is sun and water. Sun setting over the Baltic Sea Lake Upper Kaubashine, Hazelhurst, Wisconsin On board Aida on the Nile River, Egypt Same day, at sunset Sun rising over the Dead Sea, Israel Sunrise over the Sea of Galilee, from our window at the […]

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Serene Blue Sky Days

Who doesn’t love a blue sky accenting colors of the objects below, the sun shining down on us and feeling the warmth? When I think of Serene, I think of nature, and when I think of nature, I usually prefer Blue Sky Days!   Join the fun at WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge and Nancy Merrill’s […]

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Stockholm by Bicycle

Stockholm, Day 2 – August 15, 2015 Although I had been the one to suggest it originally, it was with considerable trepidation that I went out on the dock with Dale and Elmer to find our tour. I hadn’t biked at all this summer, so I was really out of shape for bike riding. Our […]

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Stockholm’s Great Scandal!

August 14, 2015 (Stockholm, Day 1) When we left Sigtuna, we returned to Stockholm to visit one of its more than 80 museums. The Vasa Museum’s centerpiece is a ship that sank in 1628, 23 minutes into its maiden voyage! It was not pulled out of the canal until the 1950s, when the technology to […]

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Gamla Stan: Stockholm’s “most amazing” statue, old-fashioned “Big Brother” and leaning houses

August 14, 2015 – Stockholm, Sweden (Day 1) We met our guide, Britt, at our bus and proceeded to Gamla Stan, which means “Old Town” in Swedish, stopping briefly at a lookout point first, with a view of the harbor. Stockholm doesn’t get a lot of cargo ships (perhaps because there is a larger cargo […]

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