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Endings and Beginnings

Posted by on October 23, 2010

A view from the Yurt overlooking the Lake in Wood masterpiece.

The cholorphyll has given way to the array of eye candy that nature bestows upon us each October. As age takes its toll on me, it has become my favorite of seasons. Perhaps it is the masterpiece that nature paints giving us one last piece of artwork before the death knell of plant life takes hold. Hopefully this will be the last installment having anything to do with medical issues. The infection is being controlled with assistance from an unnamed pharmacutical company.  A suture lying under the muscle tissue in the neck was the main culprit. The wonderful world of antibiotics to the rescue. My world is back to normal after a series of hurdles over the past three years. The blog should now focus on the many interesting people I meet along this wonderful journey. Our stay here at Lake in Wood shall soon be coming to an end. The campground closes the first of November. Robin and I have agreed to host the Halloween activities at the Gnome Cafe. Soon it shall be time to head for warmer climates, but I’ll keep you posted as to the week’s musings.

7 Responses to Endings and Beginnings

  1. Debbie

    Blessings to you yet again, and thank you for the beautiful fall view that you see daily, from your perch at Lake in Wood. Your chlorophyll wonderland is much more colorfull than ours to the west………makes me long to visit so much more. We are promised an Indian Summer, but, I’m afraid our foilage has gone the wayside already. Looking forward to your visit on your sojuorn to the south……and have a “howling” good time at your festivities this week! Happy Trails to you again Gypsy Larry~

  2. chuck

    Great picture. Glad to hear you are feeling better.

  3. Pat Clear

    Glad to hear your on the mend…..the Lake in Wood picture
    is beautiful beyond words…hope we can get together before
    you go down South…Love Pat

  4. Joann Glova Sabato

    Happy to hear that you are doing well…thanks to the advances of modern science. The foliage is lovely! Safe travels and I hope you meet many interesting folks along the way. Joann

  5. Bonnie

    Glad you are feeling better! You don’t know this, but I use your pictures to decorate my house! I print and frame them and I have them everywhere! This one will go lovely in the kitchen. ;o)

  6. larry

    Bonnie, perhaps the greatest compliment you could have given me on my photos is to copy and print them to use in your home. I’m honored. Thank you.

  7. larry

    Thank you so much. Best to you as well, Joann

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