Sunday, March 30, 2014

Scavenger Hunt Sunday 3/30/2014

Confession: All of these photos are archives--but only from a week ago. I got into writer mode this week, and completely forgot to turn photographer mode back on. On the upside, I finished and submitted two pieces (will definitely post here if they get published), read tons about writing, plus worked a little on my novel and my blog layout. So, all in all it was a productive week, whether or not I took fresh pictures.

1. What IS that?
I didn't realize blowing the picture up would make it look so strange, but you might recognize it as peanut brittle being poured from a copper kettle at +Silver Dollar City Attractions 

 2. Yum!
Enjoying a fresh warm funnel cake dusted with powdered sugar.

3. On the Road
The sun was setting behind us as we left Branson for home.

 4. On the Shelf
I love these Grease Jars from Hillcreek Pottery at #SDC. 
(Look for a post later this week about grease jars and their use).

5. Bad Habit
Hi, my name's Michael and I'm an appleholic. 
((Hi, Michael))
--Ok, really he was bowling for apple juice but it sure was cute.

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  1. Never heard kof grease jars so will have to return to learn about them. The bad habit phto made me LOL! Thank you for sharing.

    1. Thank you Diane--the bad habit photo was my fun one this time. Be sure to return to learn about grease jars (Mental note: don't forget to finish that post). ;)

  2. I love the new look of your blog. Michael is so cute. Funny caption!

    1. Thank you! I was hoping for easier read-ability with the new look on the blog. I hadn't realized just how difficult it was to read light lettering on the dark background before.

  3. Those grease jars are pretty. I want some.

    1. Me too! I did not go prepared to spend more than a few dollars this trip, so I walked away empty-handed as well, but I do plan to get a pretty one someday (then I will probably think it is too pretty to put grease in).