314-319/365 Photos

314/365 Disc GolfThere’s a disc golf course in a couple different parks in our area.  Hopefully one day there will be one in a park within our city (even though I’ve only played once!).

315/365 CarrotsThese carrots were part of the ingredient list in pumpkin soup that I made.

316/365 Welcome!This is the welcome sign at one end of our city.

317/365 Looking CasualThis deer is looking innocent.  But just before this shot I have some photos of her licking seed out of the feeder she’s next to!

318/365 Pileated WoodpeckerI know I’ve already used a photo of a Pileated Woodpecker this year but I think they’re such cool birds that another photo is needed after another visit to get some suet.

319/365 MemorialThis memorial was put up over the summer in our downtown.  It remembers those people from Lowell who have lost their lives while serving in the military.

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4 Responses to 314-319/365 Photos

  1. Freedom Smith says:

    Terrific pictures!! I love the innocent deer! What a wonderful picture of the woodpecker. So clear and close. I love seeing his face, with the red on top of his head and the yellow near his beak. That is a fascinating war memorial. Very appropriate, I think. When you say, disc golf, do you mean frisbee golf? That is what it is called here.

    How did your pumpkin soup turn out? I have never had that.

    • Amanda says:

      Yes, by disc golf I mean frisbee golf. I’ve only played once and that was a few years ago!

      The soup turned out well. Andrew’s aunt made it when we had dinner with them a few weeks ago (after our hike in the pasture) so I thought I’d try it out on my own.

  2. Aussie Emjay says:

    The woodpecker is gorgeous. How do you play disc golf/frisbee golf? I’ve never heard of it.

    • Amanda says:

      Disc golf is like regular golf but rather than hitting a golf ball you throw a frisbee. There are special ones for this and various ones that you use as drivers and putters like clubs in regular golf. Each throw is like a stroke in golf. And the goal is to get the frisbee into the “hole” which is what I took a picture of. The chains help catch the frisbee.

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