Down the Rail
(...please do note the 'blizzardy' wind whipping UP at the end of this shot;
gusting to well at 45 MPH; and that I stood here to get this 4 U :-) Ha!)
This artwork is my mother's. It touches my heart. (So gentle.) A thoughtful depiction of something sweet, tiny, and cute. 'Wa...
I hope you are toasty warm this morning and have lots of food. That's quite a view you have there - I include Ginger in that. :)ReplyDelete
"These are the tales of an ordinary women living in an extraordinary place." Indeed, you R right, Lynn. I don't take it for granted! The mountains ROCK. :-) Indeed, yes! :-)ReplyDelete
I especially love it here in the snow. Not too terribly cold here right now, either. It is hovering at 30.
lol @ Ginger on the picnic table. I thought Charlie was the only dog who always seeks high vantage points! :)ReplyDelete
Stay warm and stay safe, lg! It must be amazing to watch the changing conditions over the mountains.
Yes Talon, this morning I watched the front (a huge huge wall of gray clouds) move off over the mountain ridges. It was amazing. Our weather here is very changeable.ReplyDelete
I would change that to "an extraordinary woman living in an extraordinary place."ReplyDelete
Lynn, smiling, bashfully. I must say...that it takes an extraordinary person...to know one!
What a beautiful dog! Thank God you didn't call her Lassie!ReplyDelete