Black bean, roasted corn, and avocado salad on a bed of red quinoa. -From the box of Organic Red Quinoa from Trader Joe’s.
I substituted baby heirloom tomatoes for the grape tomatoes, because they looked better. The cilantro dressing really makes this dish tasty.
The first kayak of the season was delightful, the G7 performed brilliantly in its underwater housing and the frogs posed nicely for their close ups on Collins Pond in Harold Parker State Park. See it a little bigger at The Photo Week.
I took a moment to stop and visit the flowers this week at the Stevens-Coolidge Place here in North Andover. It was a little past prime but the colors, shapes, and sizes were still sensational. Take a peek at a slightly bigger image:
The temperature is rising, the floods are over, the tree buds are popping, the tulips and daffodils are sprouting, lawnmowers (and in our case, chainsaws) are fired up, and the PEEPS are here! The signs of spring are here (and bigger here)
Canon Mark III, 100-400 zoom lens.
Jpeg rustled this creature up from somewhere and chased it up a tree. What is it? Im in an Eastern Massachusetts locale, I’d guess a ground hog, but it was a pretty adept climber!
The Huntress. Covered in dirt after a full day outside. A much needed romp after three days of horizontal rain.