Monday, July 15, 2019

Bucket List ~Day 1~ Bryce Canyon, UT

Today we are off to beautiful Bryce Canyon in UT
 God definitely had his hand in the making here.  Bethe, we are getting closer to OR. (smiles)

 Bryce Canyon National Park (play /ˈbrs/) is a national parklocated in southwestern Utah in the United States. The major feature of the park is Bryce Canyon which, despite its name, is not a canyon but a giant natural amphitheater created by erosion along the eastern side of the Paunsaugunt Plateau

What beautiful sunset this could be a place you could just go and get lost.

This is another place we better have lots of media for our camera's.  The 3rd picture shows amazing beauty for miles upon miles.

The bottom picture shows a lot of creativity wow a hole right in the middle, doesn't it make you wonder how it stands?

We will be doing a couple days here in UTAH as there is also Arch Canyon, and several different national parks.

Do you enjoy going to places like Bryce Canyon?

Hope everybody has a wonderful weekend

Bucket List ~Day 4~ Memphis Tennessee

 Today we are going to the Volunteer state of Tennessee  Memphis to be exact.  First on the list is Graceland then to the pyramid.  The Memphis belle has a really good restaurant.  It is pretty cool to sit on the water and eat your meal.  98 my parents and I went to Nashville for family reunion.

Tennessee has had several nicknames, but the most popular is “The Volunteer State.” The nickname originated during the War of 1812, in which the volunteer soldiers from Tennessee, serving under Gen. Andrew Jackson, displayed marked valor in the Battle of New Orleans.  Memphis has an estimated population of 646889, making it the biggest city in the state of Tennessee, the third largest in the Southeastern United States.

Memphis is also home of the blues music.

I have heard stories that the pyramid is haunted (I have a higher power that tells me those evil spirits do not exist)  I wouldn't be scared to go here, in fact it might be quiet interesting.

The Memphis belle is an old riverboat, that has a restaurant, used to be good food, and is very peaceful sitting on the river while eating.  

Bucket List ~Day 2~ Rocky Mountains Canada, Calgary

 Welcome to day 10 of our bucket list. 
Today we are off to the Canadian Rocky Mountains.
Calgary (play /ˈkælɡri/) is the largest city in the Province of Alberta,Canada. It is located in the south of the province, in an area of foothills and prairie, approximately 80 km (50 mi) east of the front ranges of the Canadian Rockies. The city is located in the Grassland region of Alberta.

think seeing the wild mustangs would be awesome!! in their habitat with no fences...wonder if we could tame a couple of them?  wouldn't that be awesome to write 
home and tell our families we tamed a stang?

The 2nd & 3rd picture(s) all that we can say is WOW!!! what majestic beauty.  God definitely had his hand in the making here.

The 4th picture would be an awesome train ride through the nature.  being a big train enthusiast this would be amazing.

Hope everybody has a Blessed evening.


Bucket List

Greetings everybody
hope all is doing well, here were doing well in lieu of
all the health issues.

I am going to start my bucket list back up hope you will
join in and see where all we want to travel too.

Have a happy week ahead

Sunday, July 14, 2019

Bucket List ~Day 3~ Meramec Caverns

 Today we are off to the "Show me State"  to Stanton MO.  The beautiful Meramec Caverns.  

Caverns are so awesome and their beauty is delightful, hard to believe even on those 100* days it is almost cold in those places

God had his hand in these beautiful caverns.  Bob has already been here back in the early 70's and was telling me how pretty it is on the inside.

Sunday Stealing: Sad Sleepy Survey Rambles

Hi! I'm your host Bev Sykes of the blog "Funny the World". . Welcome to Sunday Stealing.
 This feature originated and published on WTIT: The Blog. Here we will steal all
 types of questions from every corner of the blogosphere. Our promise to you 
is that we will work hard to find the most interesting and intelligent questions. 
(Past hosts include: Our first - Judd Corizan, Mr. L, Kwizgiver and
Bud)  Cheers to all of us thieves!

Questions from Sad Sleepy Survey Rambles

Have you ever been teased because of the things you like? most definitely back in the day 
unicorns were my thing, and what a collection I have  this was way before what unicorns mean
Do you hold grudges? 
 No life is too short!

Were there any classes you enjoyed because of the teacher?  
I always loved my History teachers

Was there a dress code at your school?  not a uniform , yes we had to follow dress codes
NO SHORT SHORTS, and no SHORT SHORT SKIRTS, shirts had to be tucked in, hair look
Have you ever been a bad friend?
I like to think I haven't  I can't seem to recall that I have ever hurt anybody intentionally
Has a friend ever replaced you with somebody else?
yes, many of my school friends moved on to others there is a small handful of us that
are still fairly close
Have you ever disliked something just because it was popular?
I am a trendsetter not a fad follower
Have you ever watched a movie just because it starred an actor you liked?\
oh yea, I mean who hasn't
Are there actors/musicians you have met?
yes,  I met John Schneider (Luke Duke From Dukes of Hazzard, Reba McIntyre,
 Suzzi Ludsinger (reeba's sister) ronnie milsap, george strait, and last but not least
Jacklyn Smith is my 2nd cousin, she is so pretty.  I also met Hilton, and several people from
the Guilding Light
Do you ever judge people based on the music they listen to?
NO, I may not like it but there is only one judge and it sure isn't me
What about your top five music albums?
old country, 70's rock, 80's rock, Gospel and blues
Do you remember the first album you ever owned?
yes it was an 8 track in my 67 Mustang  Porter Wagoner/Dolly pardon
Do you still use an mp3 player, or just your phone?
I still have my mp3 player
Do you like Elton John?
he is a talented singer, and like most of his music
Have any celebrity deaths hit you hard? Which one(s)?
Doris Day (grew up watching her)  all of our old country singers who have passed on
farrah faucet as Gator is fighting colon cancer and Patrick Swayze the both hit close to home


Sunday, July 7, 2019

sorry I've been away

hey all my beautiful blogging buddies,  sorry I have been MIA for the last few weeks.
3 weeks ago I had a very bad fall (messed up my ankle, knee and hip they thought hip was broken thank the lord it wasn't just severe arthritis.  Stayed on crutches 10 days per dr order.
These crutches and I did not get along at all.    Needless, to say I had another very bad fall.
I shattered my right arm (both bones and some in the wrist)  having surgery for pins, plates and screws and I am right hand dominant  had to keep it elevated and iced most of the day for over a week.  Got the cast off and now have a removable splint yay does it feel good

I did manage to get caught up on some of my computer work, and plan on getting back to my blogging ASAP  

thank you all for continuing to follow my blog