Revenge of the coyotes…

Originally posted on View from Over the Hill:
Island of plastic in the Pacific It was hot! A long drought in our rain forest led to roaring forest fires, devastation and the destruction of whole towns and some deaths. Extreme weather, floods, mudslides, tornadoes and hurricanes took more lives. People became homeless all over the…

July 2021 Through My Lenses

Another late post. Posting July pictures at the end of August month sounds a little stupid, but what’s better than revisiting memories through pictures. My readers must have noticed the low frequency of blog posts, it’s not due to my lack of interest or lack of content, believe me, I have so many topics to…

Goodreads Of July 2021

I had enrolled in a writing course recently. It was an online reading course where every week they used to add new chapters along with interesting assignments. July month’s reading was pretty much from those assignments. I read 5 classic short stories in digital format and a book from the library. The Story of an…

World Photography Day 2021

I am not a photographer, I am just a student, learner, and enthusiast. Three years back, I was one of those guys who wants to be in every photo frame, but don’t like to click for others; instead of taking pictures of nature or surroundings, they prefer to be the subject of every picture with…

June 2021 Through My Lenses

What an irony! July is about to end and my monthly post for June is coming now. Without giving any excuses, I am coming to the point. June 11 was Harmit’s birthday and we celebrated it outside Omaha. One more road trip of the year, what’s better than that, that too on your birthday. The…

Goodreads Of June 2021

I know, I am very late for this post. July is about to finish and I am still talking about June’s Goodreads. Pardon me for the delay, I was really busy these days mainly due to a recent job change. I read a total of 11 books in June month, this time mostly on Kindle. There is…

After-Effects Of The Storm

In the last post, I shared our experience with the Storm. By now most of the things are back to normal. As per the latest reports from OPPD this Friday, all power outages from the area are restored. Still, restoration work is going on in various parks and common trails. 2 days after the storm,…

Wrath Of Nature

We decided to spent full day in Ponca State Park, Nebraska and were actually discussing about the food items to bring for our picnic on the night of 9th July. In an instant, it went complete dark and only lights available were the continuous lightnings flashing over our faces from outside. It was the beginning…

May 2021 Through My Lenses

May month was full of physical activities. We went to Lauritzen garden and hiked there which was an amazing experience and then we utilized the Memorial weekend with 2 hikes and 1 decent bicycle tour. We also met with another couple (Manish & Sonam) for one of our hike. There would be more such hikes…

Goodreads Of May 2021

Though I read just 5 books in May, each one of them was unique in its own way. My choices are getting better 🙂 I started my month with the last book of the Harry Potter series – Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows which needs no introduction. Author kept the plot promising so as…