Time passes differently with a puzzle piece in your hand. It’s true. I lose total track of time while puzzling. That’s what I call it when I work on a puzzle. Every Christmas I receive a puzzle as a present. I must’ve have been a very good person last year because Santa gifted me with… Continue reading The Old General Store
Yup, another barn! A lot less of it remains from one week ago! © Rita Jacques 2020.
Someone left the barn door open! © Rita Jacques 2019
Pump your own gas? Not likely full-service! © Rita Jacques 2019 Cedar Springs, Ontario.
I just love the addition of flowers to the rural life. These little touches are beautiful to me! © Rita Jacques 2019 Watford, Ontario.
I had pulled over to the side of the rural road to take a photo of horses standing a fair distance away in a fenced-in area. Before I knew it, horses and cattle came running to the fence to greet me! I was caught off-guard, not knowing if they considered me an intruder or a… Continue reading Thousand Word Thursdays #116
Fog rolling into an apple orchard. Cedar Springs, Ontario. © Rita Jacques 2019.
Heritage Baptist Church, just outside of Leamington, Ontario. This small, old church always stood out to me and on our way home from camping, I convinced my hubby, Guy to stop so I can snap a pic. But, I thought the hydro boxes on the side of church detracted from the photo. Guy patiently waited… Continue reading Thousand Word Thursdays #105
Rural area outside of Chatham. I’ve always been fascinated by the intricate bales or rolls of hay or wheat or whatever it is I see in fields. I asked my son-in-law, a farmer, what it was, and he replied, “It’s a bale of hay in an alfalfa field!” I told him he’s faster than google!
Rural area between Windsor and Chatham. It was a snowy afternoon, with little traffic on the highway. I convinced my sweet hubby to “just slow down a bit” so I could snap this photo from the passenger window. I was quite happy the photo turned out as well as I had envisioned it! There were… Continue reading Thousand Word Thursdays #68