Thursday, March 23, 2017

Skywatch Friday - 23 March 2017 Edtiion


Welcome to another edition of Skywatch Friday, home of Sky loving bloggers from all over the world. Please link your post with the linky below and then visit as many other blogs as you can.

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Skywatch Friday - Spring has Sprung Edition

FSCN7819 Spring is here but we have a ways to go before it warms up here but the days are longer and some of the trees are leafing out and the grass is starting to get green. Spring is always something to look forward to seeing. I enjoy all the seasons and the transitions between them.

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Skywatch Friday - Time Change Edition

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Here in the US we are "Springing Forward" one hour on Sunday morning. Oh happy day. I love the extra hour after work!! I can go trailrunning on Turkey Mountain, something I don't like doing in the dark. I know not everybody is sold on the benefits. My mother, who I loved very much. hated the concept. She would tell me that she lost an hour of sleep every night. I'd tell it would even out in the Fall when we went back to normal time. And she said, yes, but that was for only one night. It was hard to win an argument with my mother. I know I never did.

Sorry, I got carried away, this isn't an old boring family history blog meme. It is Skywatch Friday where we are supposed to meet and make links to our posts with sky photographs. Thank you for participating and please visit as many participants as you can.

Thursday, March 2, 2017

Skywatch Friday - Spring is Getting Closer Edition


Welcome to another edition of Skywatch Friday. Here in Oklahoma, it is getting warmer and warmer and the evening skies are getting more colorful. We know are friends in the southern hemisphere are approaching Fall. We are on our way to Spring and that is always exciting. Except for those of us who hate yard work. Anyway, thank you for coming. Please link your post, as opposed to your blog address, to the linky below. Be sure and link back on your post and visit as many of our fellow Skywatchers as you can. We are certainly a diverse and interesting lot.