Lazy blogger says what?

Er, I mean, good morning all! How are you doing this fine day? I personally having a bit of trouble coming up with a new idea for a blog post this morning. Hey — maybe that’s a good thing! Maybe it has something to do with the fact that I’ve lost so much weight that it’s all coming from my brain!

Hmm, probably not! But let’s jump on the scales and see if there’s enough of a loss (or any loss at all) to make that outrageous claim, shall we?

197.2

dr who woohoo

Hmm … well, it IS a loss. But 0.2 pounds? Yeah, I don’t think that’s quite enough to justify my lame excuse!

Oh well — just so you won’t be deprived of a really GOOD blog post, lemme just piggyback on this morning’s post from Beating the Bounds, a lovely blog about lovely walks in the lovely United Kingdom! Enjoy, and I’ll see you next week with something slightly more original (though perhaps not as lovely)!

Lambert’s Meadow and Trowbarrow

The view from beside the Pepper Pot. I’m trying to remember whether or not the fields had been cut for silage at that point, or if the general yellowy-green hue is due to how dry it had been. I’m inclined to the former, because I know that the weather had broken by then and we […]

via Lambert’s Meadow and Trowbarrow — Beating The Bounds

Friday laziness: My Very First Reblog!

Following Penny Wilson‘s advice from a couple of weeks ago, I’m reblogging this post from Drew Robinson’s “Trail To Peak.” I really love all the photos — looks like a fun hike. So ENJOY — and I’ll see you Monday for the weigh-in and an ORIGINAL post!

Hiking Bane Ridge Trail in Chino Hills State Park

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Chino Hills State Park is a 14,173 acre park located on the borders of Orange, Riverside, and San Bernardino Counties. Visitors to Chino Hills State Park can explore 60 miles of trails and fire roads that pass through woodlands, sage scrub, grasslands, and wildflowers. One of the most popular hikes within Chino Hills State Park…

via Hiking Bane Ridge Trail In Chino Hills State Park — Trail to Peak