Morning Walk

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Sunrise on Lay Lake
I saw this little turtle easing on down to the lake.
There is a red winged blackbird nest in this clump of flowers on the water’s edge.
Here is my friend. I see this bird every morning

I appreciate you. Thank you for stopping by and saying hello. That’s means a lot to me. Stay safe and well out there in the CCE.

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More joy.

Morning Walk

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I walk almost every morning. It’s great to walk at Lay Lake. I’m in an area that isn’t too built up and there is still a lot of nature left.

I appreciate each of you. Your visits, likes, and comments help me feel meaningful. Stay safe and well out there in the CCE. Follow my exploits on Vero, Twitter and Instagram #maya #bekind #fulltimer #resist #covid #ice_o_lation #lila #cce #mylife #thankful

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More joy
More love

Personal Notes


1. Father’s Day came and went. I didn’t take myself out for lunch at The Point Bar & Grill. I didn’t have spoons for it. Only 31% of Alabamians are fully vaccinated. A new and more contagious variant, Delta, is posed to sweep across the nation. Instead, I made loaded mash potatoes: potato, onion, butter, cheese, garlic, roasted baby carrots, plain Greek Yogurt and some turkey sausage.

2. It was a Fabulous Friday morning at the lake.
3. It was bird-ish outside this morning.
I enjoyed a very pleasant stroll to Lake Martin and back again.

I appreciate you. Yes, you! I am grateful for your visits, likes, and comments. Stay safe and warm out there in the CCE.

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More love.
Less fear.

Occasional Project V.7.7


We ventured north to Sequoia National Park on Tuesday. Breathtaking!

A great day in the woods.
Hospital Rock: No one knows what this says.
Community Kitchen: acorn grinding holes in a bolder over looking the river.
Travelin’ Companion
Peace, light and love

Thank you for stopping in for a visit. Your visits lift my spirits. Stay safe and well out there in the CCE. Peace, love, and joy. I love you! 💕

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The 100 Day Project


Days 86 – 92

Day 86
At the pier

Day 87
OSHO Zen Tarot
Exploring the depths of inner silence, where it meets the silence of the universe. Nothing to do, no where to go, the inner silence observes everything. It can annoy someone because they are accustomed to all the world’s noise and activities. That’s ok. I’ll find someone who can sympathize with silence, someone to enjoy my loneliness. Now, it is time to find who I was before they told who to be. The understanding and self-enlightenment that is happening at this point, will be revealed later, in an easier stage of life.
Day 88
Day 89
Each morning he and I are regulars on the pier.
Day 90
Covid is spreading rapidly in this area. So what’s the “control the spread” plan? How about a street festival?
Day 91
Covid is smothering me.
Day 92
My Covid Mood

Thank you for stopping and interacting. I appreciate you. Stay well. Be safe. I love you.

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Scavenger Hunt

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This is from This is Not a Book by Keri Smith.

1. Seed podSeed pods

2. Something red A red, unripe, wild blackberry

3. The definition of a word I don’t know. Definition of palindrome

4. A puzzle to complete Boxes of puzzles

5. A secret codeSecret code

6. A scientific theorem
Bell’s Theorem
First published Wed Jul 21, 2004; substantive revision Wed Mar 13, 2019
Bell’s Theorem is the collective name for a family of results, all of which involve the derivation, from a condition on probability distributions inspired by considerations of local causality, together with auxiliary assumptions usually thought of as mild side-assumptions, of probabilistic predictions about the results of spatially separated experiments that conflict, for appropriate choices of quantum states and experiments, with quantum mechanical predictions. These probabilistic predictions take the form of inequalities that must be satisfied by correlations derived from any theory satisfying the conditions of the proof, but which are violated, under certain circumstances, by correlations calculated from quantum mechanics. Inequalities of this type are known as Bell inequalities, or sometimes, Bell-type inequalities. Bell’s theorem shows that no theory that satisfies the conditions imposed can reproduce the probabilistic predictions of quantum mechanics under all circumstances.

The principal condition used to derive Bell inequalities is a condition that may be called Bell locality, or factorizability. It is, roughly, the condition that any correlations between distant events be explicable in local terms, as due to states of affairs at the common source of the particles upon which the experiments are performed.”

7. Something that was alive Dead Turtle

*Part of the Death In Paradise series

8. A mapHand drawn map

9. A footnote
C.B. Parker (1994). McGraw-Hill Encyclopaedia of Physics (2nd ed.). McGraw-Hill. p. 542. ISBN 978-0-07-051400-3. Bell himself wrote: “If [a hidden variable theory] is local it will not agree with quantum mechanics, and if it agrees with quantum mechanics it will not be local. This is what the theorem says.” John Bell, Speakable and Unspeakable in Quantum Mechanics, Cambridge University Press, 1987, p. 65.

10. Something that was lostShattered UV filter

I lost this UV filter when the camera landed nose first on the asphalt.

11. A piece of threadThread on the ground

As seen in Paradise Point Marina parking lot

12. A ticket stubTicket stubsSiluria AL

13. Something with a circle on itInter-dimensional Space Time Portal

Don’t forget your Universal Passport

14. A palindrome: MADAM

15. A piece of toilet paperA clean piece of toilet paper

Toilet paper hanging from WHQ’s toilet paper dispenser.

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On a More Personal Note


Scene 1 Take 3

I complain about Alabama. It is a place I enjoy being from. There are things I like about Alabama: the many beautiful lakes, the lovely country side, white sandy beaches, quaint little towns, and it’s affordable for the most part. I could list others items. But the one I really like today is that I can order my vehicle registration online and have it mailed to where I am. That is really convenient for a mobile lifestyle. Not all Alabama counties provide this service, but some do.

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I like Bock beer. Years ago I looked forward to PBR Bock when it came out once a year. I have not had a good Bock beer in several years. This is a “new to me” good one. #mylife #nola #beer #bockbeer #bock_beer #new_orleans #neworleans #abita #abita_brewing #nola_project #iphone7_plus

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Things that make me go hmmm

I was talking with a local woman at Bayou Sauvage and she told me it was a dangerous place to come alone. She was there with another person and two large bull dogs. She asked me where else I liked to visit and immediately told me it wasn’t the safest place to walk and that I should probably go somewhere else.

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What I Saw on This Cold Day


In the spirit of enjoying the cold, I ventured out to the coffee house in Atmore. I am enjoying a skinny latte while siting at a window table in the sunshine. Chilly and windy outside.
Ethiopian French Press Gound Coffee
I picked up a pound of coffee to use in the French press.
Christmas bobbles The black ceiling and light fixtures
Atmore mural reflected in a window
After my latte, I returned to my RV and went for a short walk.
A lake at Magnolia Branch Wildlife Reserve Fall color: Red leavesFall color: Yellow leavesFall color: Yellow leavesFall color: Redish rust colored leavesFall color: Yellow and redish leavesFall color: Purplish leavesFall color: Yellow leavesFuzzy plant seeds about 4 feet tall

That’s part of my life story today. I hope enjoyed coming along.

This is a blast from the past, last fall. I never posted it. Don’t know why.

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*Part of the MBWR Project

Grateful #7


Today i am grateful for Magnolia Branch Wildlife Reserve, a peaceful and beautiful place to center oneself.

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Grateful Day


The Magic in the Everyday blog posted a gratitude list. I haven’t shared one in a while. I have shared anything in a while. It’s past time.

Some things I’m grateful for on this day:

1. My rolling home and my nomadic life.

2. I have new house batteries. It was way past time.

3. The front AC is supposed to be replaced today.

4. I am alive and the people I love are alive. All but one. I lost a friend a few days ago. I never met her in person but we were long time friends.

5. I eat a lot of fruit. I am grateful it is available and not too expensive. I’m grateful that I have food and clean water. So many do not.

6. I am grateful for good health and the ability to get out and have adventures.

Yellow Wildflowers

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*Part of my Lost in Paradise Project

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