We drove to Blossom trail on a weekend to catch these beauties. There were Almond blossoms, Plum blossoms, Apple blossoms and Citrus blossoms which had white petals. Apricot blossoms, Peach and Nectarine blossoms had pink petals. It was great strolling midst these orchards looking at flowers and bees. I love flowers and love photographing them […]

Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail Author: Cheryl Strayed Book blurb: A powerful, blazingly honest memoir: the story of an eleven-hundred-mile solo hike that broke down a young woman reeling from catastrophe—and built her back up again.   At twenty-two, Cheryl Strayed thought she had lost everything. In the wake of her […]

Just in the mood to write some random stuff – I am really very happy these days because I will be seeing parents after more than a year. I have been smiling all the time and counting days. So I won’t be very active on this blog.

Every single website that I browsed while we planned for our Death Valley trip, mentioned Artist’s drive. So we at least knew that we must not miss this point. We wanted to catch sunset at this point, if possible. We started driving on this road which you can only enter on the way back from […]

Took this from Facebook. Not sure who created this image. I feel like taking a printout of this poster and pasting it in my room. By the way, today I was asked this question by husband – “Who do you blog for?”. I said it is for myself. “Then why do you want to publicize […]

I finally finished all the 5 books from the series. This is the only series that I got hooked to, other than Harry Potter and Lord of the rings. I loved this series a lot, mainly because it is a fantasy and is set in the medieval ages. I have been recommending this series to […]

Weekend was really fun. We met two best friends of hubby from college days. I got to know a lot about hubby through their college tales. I realized he was not so different from me even when he was in college. Saturday we went to one of the amusement parks and had fun with rides, […]

We made a 4 day trip to Death Valley National Park last year. We saw snow capped mountains, snow lying on the ground, salt deposits, sand dunes, Joshua trees, lakes, canyons – such diversity in landscape that we were in awe of its natural beauty. First day, we drove to Death Valley via Sequoia National […]