Taking a winter break

Blogs seem pretty empty these days without photos or graphics; your average two-year-old is posting photo albums to Flickr and videos to Facebook. Although I lag behind the techno learning curve, I did head outside with our digital camera to take a photo for this blog.

Well, the good old-fashioned batteries had run down, so that photo will have to wait. But I could say I had taken a photo and posted it because I was back behind the barn and everything was white. It was snowing - again.

So, as we head into the mid-January deep freeze, how 'bout a photo from last summer at Holler Fest to remind us of sunny days, warm summer evenings, shorts and t-shirts, and the carefree lightness of picnicking in the grass while the music plays.

To see more photos and video from Holler Fest 2008 (yeah, I found a two-year-old to download them), go to www.hollerfest.com and enjoy a little vacation! Holler Fest 2009 is set for August 21-23.


  1. I'm sorry that we couldn't make it to Holler Fest planning today. You know we intend to help.

    I am putting your blog on my "to watch" list. My nephew started a blog for the new year in which he plans on putting up pics of his new son and tell tales. I have been doing an extended family blog now for a few years and just yesterday, due to the undesignated time I had because of the snow storm, I lfigured out how to post a video I took on my digetal camera! Ha!
    You can see it at: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-1195760609923304976&hl=en

    Anyhow, the expectation of good things to come is important and I look forward to spring....breaking new ground for new seeds to plant and warm earth to lie upon and watch the clouds go by.

  2. This camera can easily fit in the palm of your hand with room to spare. camera online


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