May 29 2020

A giraffe 长颈鹿

The little animal is by the city hall. Without the case, my AirPods stopped working at about 2 miles mark on the 5.4 miles walk. A pair of geese with their babies at the library.


May 27 2020

A bamboo garden

After the post office, I walked around the town.

May 27 2020

A spring day 2020

May 25 2020

Frank Wright and more

Passing by this house often but the modern style in town, most times, isn’t my cup of tea.


May 22 2020

A new baby!

A baby girl – congratulations to Sher! Best wishes for all …


May 20 2020

Flowers and plants

Seeing them grow is one of the joys accompanying our walks during the corona virus.


May 20 2020

Cute cottages and ruins

Some houses look great with a little ‘ruin’.

I’ve passed by this house numerous times. But when I saw it today, it suddenly reminds me of the American dream: a house in the suburb with white picket fence. Even the fence of this house isn’t white nor made with wood.


May 20 2020

West Egg

The East Egg, across the bay

Kings Point is the posh part of the town but under the pen of F. Scott Fitzgerald, it was where Gatsby’s house was, in the West Egg, which was less fashionable than Daisy Buchanan and Tom’s East Egg, with old money: the white palaces of fashionable East Egg glittered along the water. The book came out in 1925, the story was about the summer 1922. The house looks in rather mind condition, at least 95 years later. The little park next to it is well kept. A good walk today.


May 20 2020

Ravine Park

A tiny park in town, next to the house where Gatsby gazed out to Daisy Buchanan’s East Egg.


May 18 2020

Pond Park

A tiny park tucked in a cozy corner.