Sunday, January 26, 2014

A Sudden Snow



 Being the first footprint has been an ideal for many years. I laugh sometimes at being out of dress when exploring the wilderness. I may have taken you to a place you have never been, many times.
 
 A deer trail well used
 



Two rocks well placed weeks ago.





Nothing to climbing in this place

15 comments:

  1. enjoyed it very much


    ALOHA from Honolulu
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  2. Looks like a nice day. At least the wind doesn't appear to be howling like it is here

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  3. Great pictures.. it's freezing cold here in Iowa with chill factor of -33.. Your doggy would need a coat on if he/she was here.. I collect rocks and those are two nice rocks..
    Have a tiggeriffic day~! ta ta for now from Iowa:)

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  4. I'll bet you had a tired doggie after this adventure! Thanks for all the wonderful pictures.

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  5. great pics. I imagine you'll be getting a lot more snow pretty soon.

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  6. It is nice to have a little explorer with you, I couldn't trust mine off leash.

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  7. Aw the last picture is very cute. It was balmy here this morning but is going to get super cold this evening and for the rest of the week.

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  8. It was beautiful here yesterday...near 58. Today it's -something sheesh...got to enjoy the outdoors when we can. That is the cutest furbaby!!!

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  9. I need to knit your pup a sweater! :)

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  10. Nice winter images. Love the deer trail...and the active little doggie.

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  11. I love all the doggie exploration... too cute. You have surprisingly little snow there. Ours has been thigh-deep through most of the winter.

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  12. I love making the first footprints in newly fallen snow. Just knowing that nobody else has been to a place yet makes me feel good for some reason.

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  13. Great photos . . . Robert Frost lept to mind . . . and miles to go before I sleep . . . But I kinda thought you'd be waist-deep in snow. . . . don't think our snow out front will melt until late March, all soooo weird.

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  14. Footprints in the snow. Nice.

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  15. We also had an overnight snow on Tuesday, but it was not unexpected, just wish they was a bit more than 6 nches.

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