Friday, November 21, 2008

I Can't Think Of A Title!

Does anybody know what kind of flowers these are? They remind me of cabbages.

This building is downtown near Macy's. I think we should get one like it in Saskatoon. All big classy cities seem to have one. I found a streetcar route map. All I have to do is walk 5 blocks to catch a ride to downtown. I have barely began to explore.

I took this picture in Hope. This is the mountain behind our motel. What a beautiful view to wake up to.

Very beautiful. I love this sleepy little town.

I just got back from my nightly routine of going up to the roof to see the night lights. A lady in the hall asked me if I saw somebody orange go walking by. Oh Oh...I thought. Another strange Seattle person! Ha ha...I was relieved when I poked my head around the corner and saw a very large orange cat sitting there. I think most of the people who live here have pets.

I don't have much to write about today. The day was spent going to appointments. I will write about them over on The John Braun Page.


Karen said...

They are actually ornamental cabbage, so you were correct in thinking that is what they looked like.

Fluffy said...

They are cabbages. I see them around here a lot. I've had a desire to get them for my garden. I think you're about skinny building. There are at least two in Baltimore and I stayed in one in DC when I was picked for an experimental project. Wait a minute. That doesn't sound right.

Eve said...

Looks like you're settling in nicely. I love the roof-top garden!

The Invisible Mo said...

I've always called them Kale. They are the same thing, though. Ornamental cabbage or Kale. They can be used in salads, but have a bitter taste.

Sue said...

Hope is a pretty little town isn't it? I like the flowers and have wondered if they had a different name than cabbage too. Now I know.

Loke said...

there's such building?! it's so cool!


diana said...

they do look like cabbage but because of the size, i would have never guessed that.

cool building, too.

Jientje said...

Everybody else has said it, we call them pink cabbages, or ornamental cabbages. I like them too!