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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

September Scavenger Hunt

I love scavenger hunts - and here is one for September

1 S is for

2 2pm
Time for tea - you may pick your favorite tea cup and teapot

3 Car Park
Our grandson Donnie, with his very own parking lot for his car and wagon

4 Hat
 Our oldest daughter - all outfitted for summer - 1969
Our son - ready for outdoors - he put his own hat on - can you tell?

5 In the mirror
He got much better at putting hats on by the time he graduated from high school - 1986

6 Garden
The geraniums in my garden have been fabulous this year.

7 Lock
A keyhole for a skeleton key - the locks on many old houses that we've lived in.

8 Nails
The nail is a normal size nail - it shows how tiny this frog is sitting on an old bench.  He was watching me paint cupboard doors.

9 Lamp
Oil lamps in a museum

10 Street sign
Street sign in Birch Bay

11 Game
 Wild game - in my cousin's yard
 And wild game tending the bushes by the clubhouse in our park
Wild game, perhaps out looking for a game of golf?

12 Outside my window
My flowers in the sunshine - I can see them from my favorite chair in the living room


Julie said...

Great collection of photos. I love how you told a story with the first few. Loved your original interpretation of game too. x

Louise said...

Lovely collection of photos :)

The Weaver of Grass said...

You have a lovely view from your favourite chair!

Debra She Who Seeks said...

What a cute quail family on your deck railing!

Marigene said...

Fun pictures...I love the ones of your cute little kids...and the one of the wee frog!
Have a great week, JoAnn.

Fundy Blue said...

I enjoyed your photos, JoAnn, especially of your children and grandson. I hadn't thought of game as wild animals ~ clever take! Have a good one!

Little Blue Mouse said...

How cute is the little frog?!

eileeninmd said...

What a great series of images.. I love the old family photos. Your flowers are beautiful and the deer are so pretty.. All lovely sights.. Great photos for your hunt.

Val said...

Love the teacups and pots, and I also love the little frog!

Lorrie said...

Pretty images. The frog is tiny and oh, so green.

greenthumb said...

Thanks for taking part in this months scavenger hunt. Car park, garden, street sign are great.

Amanda Peters said...

Lovely set of photos..
Amanda xx

Glo said...

What an enjoyable post! Wild why didn't I think of that? Even had a photo of two young bucks playing antler butting! What a bright and cheery deck...and love your grandson's car and car park..

Montanagirl said...

Simply delightful series of photos! You see many and varied things!!

Kezzie said...

The game photo is a stroke of genius! I love it when people interpret things differently, or take the less obvious meaning of something! The seagull shot was really lucky too! How cool to capture the wing span like that! The frog is super green!x

Judy at GoldCountryCottage said...

All so great, JoAnn. I especially loved the hat little and big. Your flowers are still looking pretty good..Happy Weekend..Judy

Mary said...

Wild game "tending the bushes" by the clubhouse - I love that!!!!!

Nice pic of you tending your flowers - which are so pretty.
Great post as always Joanne - thanks.

Mary X

Kay said...

Fun! Thanks for taking us along. (Your frog looks related to the one I've been watching all summer on our porch!)

Powell River Books said...

Looks like each month you get to have lots of scavengering fun. I pulled some of my geraniums to store for winter. We'll see if they survive. I'll take my tea in the walrus cup, thank you. - Margy

Candy S said...

Great photographs, I especially love the image of the tiny green frog. What a pleasant view you have from your living room. The flowers on your deck still look so fresh and green for so late in the season. I am thinking to pull all of the geraniums around the patio out and replace them with some hardy mums.... Candy