Friday, April 17, 2009

Big Dam Bridge

No Food Friday post, but I do have a quick little food story. I was making myself some kind of cauliflower soup kind of thing and was cutting the core out of it when the entire head of cauliflower somehow took flight and flew right into the dog and cat's water bowl. Water went everywhere, Maggie was wondering if it was some sort of treat, and I froze for a second thinking that I should get a picture of this. Then the thought of germy, animal slobbery water made me snatch it up and throw it in the sink. I just rinsed it off and cooked it. My immune system is better for it.

The cauliflower is my attempt at eating better. That's going well, as is my exercising. I try to make it out to the Big Dam Bridge as often as possible and yesterday I took a zillion pictures.


About to cross the little bridge. I walk to almost where the Big Dam Bridge starts to curve (left edge of the picture), it takes about 30 minutes to get to that point.

Sometimes a train will pass by.


Look at all the turtles!

Have a good weekend everyone!

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6 comments:

Brittany said...

If cooking can kill salmonella, I'm pretty sure some dirt and pet-water will be okay for you to ingest! :)

Great pictures!

Ali said...

You make the dog and cat share a water bowl? Do they mind?

You get a better view than I do on my treadmill!

Ingrid said...

Wish I could say the dieting was going well. I just scarfed down a hunk of banana cake with browned butter frosting. LOL!

Nice photos...I never think to carry my camera with me!
~ingrid

scrappysue said...

i love bridges! as for the cauliflower - i think it's a sign to eat more junk!!! weird about the SITs thing huh :)

AndreaLeigh said...

good for you! you should try roasting cauliflower - yummy! mashed is good as well.

MuseSwings said...

What's a little dog water after the extra protein on your celery? I see noproblem whatsoever. Glat your pets let you have it back. Stopped by from SITS to say Hi!