It’s been an easier week for me and as spring has begun, I’ve been out every day chasing birds and looking for migration to really kick in. Today’s adventure was to a favorite, but not-often visited place located in the countryside of Marlboro, Maryland. Merkle Wildlife Sanctuary is […]
The Old Red Barn and I The first time I painted the old red barn I was twenty years old and the skies were blue. There it sat in the middle of the hay field Waiting to be immortalized on canvas. The second time I painted the […]
Hidden along the rolling hills of Maryland’s countryside near the Catoctin Mountains is a small town known as Utica Mills. One of the few remaining covered bridges is here. Built around 1850, this beautiful bridge was originally set on the Monocacy River. In 1889, a strong storm […]
This week has been a week of preparation for a five-day long Dressage Riding clinic that I’m participating in next week. So while the migrating birds have been calling my name daily, I’ve been unable to get out and bird. It was a hazy and overcast morning, and […]
A drive to the veterinarian was needed today to pick up some medications for Remy. I had seen on Wolf Creek Equine’sfacebook page that there were some new babies on the farm. I was hoping to be able to see them on my short visit. I was fortunate […]
Delicate as the giant dandelion seed head found in the countryside of Provence. Brought to Maryland and planted in the garden, where their delicate nature prevented them from growing. Blow them and make a wish.