Sunday signage

(169:  Caution.  Time change.)

I took this photo at the Ash Cave Gorge trailhead.  What caught my eye was the small sign at the bottom cautioning us about the time change.

Since the sign is probably difficult to read, here is the zoomed-in, cropped version:

I’ve always thought it was a good idea to pay attention to the time and/or the position of the sun while hiking, unless you don’t mind wandering around in the woods after dark.

Anna and Preston at Surface & Surface Photography are taking a look at signs in Kansas.  Head on over and see them for yourself.

It’s been a nice weekend here in the Bogs.  Busy, but nice.  We hit a couple of the farm markets yesterday to find some good deals at the end of the season.  I made a huge pot of vegetable soup yesterday.  Today I’ve been prepping, blanching, bagging, and freezing cauliflower.

The weather has been amazing.  In the 70’s and sunny today!  I’m glad M left a few screens in some of the windows when he put in the storm windows.  I opened up the house as much as possible to let in the fresh, wonderful, warm air.

I was listening to The Splendid Table on the radio yesterday while making the soup (seems appropriate, doesn’t it?).  I have been thinking that I’d like to make more curries and I reckon Lynne Rosetto Kasper, the host of the show, agrees because she featured Raghavan Iyer and his book 660 Curries.  I rushed right to Amazon.com and put it on my wish list.  Since the recipe for Slow-Roasted Bell Pepper with Red Lentils is online, I’m going to jump in and give it a try sometime this week.


4 Comments on “Sunday signage”

  1. Anna Surface says:

    I wish the farmers markets were open on Sundays here because that is usually when we have free time! That vegetable soup sounds heavenly. Do you use tomatoes in your vegetable soup? I’m going to take a look at the recipe for Slow-Roasted Bell Pepper with Red Lentils. I’m starting a whole new recipe file for healthy eating! Hey, what happens if one should happen to be somewhere in the park when it closes? Great Sunday Signage! 🙂

    • Robin says:

      The farmers markets aren’t open on Sundays here, either, Anna. Like you, I wish they were.

      I use lots of tomatoes in my veggie soup. I like the tomato base for the flavor since I use veggie broth instead of a meaty (beef or chicken) broth. Veggie soup is a good way to clean out the fridge, too.

      lol! I wondered what would happen if we stayed past dusk, too. Will the ranger come around and check all the trails? Put a ticket on the car? I don’t know…

  2. Marcie says:

    Interesting study of ‘signs’. Sounds like great food!!!


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