Photo Friday: Eagle’s Nest

This week on one of our daily walks, we took the path at Dyke Marsh, a wetlands area on the edge of the Potomac River and spotted several eagles. Westerners are always surprised to hear that we have a bald eagle population right here in the Washington, D.C., area. This one was sitting in theContinue reading “Photo Friday: Eagle’s Nest”

Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs

I posted this on my old blog a few years ago. I’m not sure if I’ll be able to get the veggies to make them this year, given the current state of the nation’s grocery stores. But if you can, you might want to try this. It’s more labor-intensive than using those little chemical dyeContinue reading “Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs”

Photo Friday: Cherry Blossom Time

It’s cherry blossom season in and around Washington, D.C.! Unfortunately, the coronavirus pandemic is keeping people at home, so many of us will not be heading to the Tidal Basin to see the blooms in person. Predictions for peak bloom time range this year from March 18 to March 30, so this seems like aContinue reading “Photo Friday: Cherry Blossom Time”