|Here is my sister, Diane. She loves reading her Nook. She borrows books from the library electronically. She never runs out of things to read.
|People enjoy listening to the music and occasionally singing along.
|Kathy focuses on singing.
|The microphones are arranged just right, but there still seems to be some feedback noise. Fortunately, that was later resolved.
|There are a whole variety of rhythm instruments to be played.
|Here is a very interesting rhythm instrument.
|Nan Hoffman enjoys playing two rhythm instruments simultaneously!
|This instrument is quite amazing to see and to hear!
|Val enjoys the music and the companionship of the Riverside-Salem community.
|Suzanne focuses on the lyrics.
|Lee Tetkowski is a textile artist and a retired art teacher. She works on looms in her house and creates beautifully complicated patterns.
|Fun with friends.
|This is Chuck Culhane. He is happily enjoying the music, as well as his coffee. Later on, he also enjoyed food. The concert was followed by a potluck dinner. People brought in a great variety of delicious foods.
|On Monday, I was back in a garden, ready to do battle with weeds!! This is a hosta that has bloomed.
|Seen in the garden.
|The roses continue to bloom.
|This is a beautiful shade of clematis.
|Another clematis. Another color.
|There really is something that is very spiritual about gardening. Taking care of a garden is a service to a customer and a mission in giving love and attention to the earth, our home and the source of our lives.
|On Tuesday morning, I was busy at a garden along the river. I got a good view of the Grand Island bridges from the vantage point of the garden.
|As I was trying to get a good view of the bridge (and not totally succeeding), I noticed a group of bicycles!
|The bicyclists passed by as I frantically snapped pictures. It was just a moment and then the bicycles were gone. I returned to digging the weeds, happy that I had managed to capture that moment of life on the river.
|After a while, I saw this! I’d been taking pictures, on occasion, of people at work. I couldn’t see individuals but this must show many people at work. It was quite fascinating to me to see the large ship pushing along the barge.
|This is another view.
|At another garden, I planted some black eyed susans, coneflowers, and shasta daisies.
|Seen on the side of the road. A fly busily enjoying some Queen Anne’s lace. I do not have any objection to flies, as long as they stay outside. Inside the house… um… no…
|An apartment building for birds.
|Here are some views of the fishing station, located at the southern end of Grand Island.
|On Thursday, I went to dig weeds from a raised bed at a small farm. Here is one of the roosters. He is very satisfied with his appearance and is quite thrilled to be able to show off his handsome feathers to a human.
|Frog in the garden. Nice and big. Quite patient with the photography session. Very good at posing.
|This is the back of the barn.
|This is a view of the river from River Lea.
|Father and son adventure.
|People came from various organizations to help with the project,including the Kiwanis and the Lions Club.