Three thoughts: 1. Willie. is. so. damn. cute.2. Orange tree photo made me catch my breath! Did you take that on your jog?? You really get to see that sort of stuff? Thought "autumn colors" only existed in picture books... 3. I'm CERTAIN that whoever hugs you that tight will be equally blessed by you, if not more so.
JENNY: 1.He is wondering why we stopped...lol 2. It is a volunteer flowering pear at the end of our street. Actually brighter than this pic, as there was heavy cloud cover. The trees turned color beautifully this year.
Ron put my broken pieces back together and now I am capable of surviving on my own. Except for the "missing him" part:)
Willie is keeping you honest in your work-outs. And naturally if a bear shows up, he'll defend you because he thinks that he's bigger than a bear.Pretty country.Pretty Brig.
Hope the last one happens soon for you. For me the hugs need to be gentle, or wait until the painkillers kick in!
GRANNY ANNIE: That you found your Ron gives me hope!LL: He really isn't very brave at all for a JR, and looks to me for his protection. GRANNYMAR: Thinking positive. Take your painkillers woman!
Can't believe that is the first I have seen of Willie. That is my kind of dog and so adorable. Some really special shots there.
I kind of envy you at the moment. If I took a photo outside, all that would show up is the brown desert. There ain't much to look at out there this time of year.
ARKANSAS PATTI: Thanks, I thought I had put pics of him up before, guess not...EURIPIDES: This part of N Calif is beautiful: with great views of the river, Lassen, and Mt. Shasta.
Early morning rain? But I'm confused, what is this "skywater"?
LSP: Tis the Season, to come to the mountains and renew the soul, Padre. We have been blessed with water.
Living in the LA cosmoplex, I have learned to mistrust air that I can't both see and taste and water that doesn't come chlorinated and fluoridated from my tap.Maybe it's just me.
LL: We are on city water, but I strongly doubt that it comes from the same source type. The air, for the most part tastes of what ever the season or weather. We can see for miles and miles and miles... Lassen Peak in the Sierras, Mt Linn in the Yolla Bollys, Mt Shasta in the Siskiyous.
And boy-howdy it's been raining like the sluice-box of Hell. Thank God. Flash-flood warning, but it's all downhill from here.
NOTCLAUSWITZ: We have had some minor flooding below us. No worries here on the hill. River is way up from what it was. Would prefer a slow steady rain, giving it a chance to recharge the aquifer. Will take what we get and feel blessed!