The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Coming and Going

The big horn sheep on the trail.

                                       Not bothered by me in the car.
We are all waiting on a winter storm for two days now.
Not in a hurry for it to arrive.  I would like to take the garbage and get back, though.  I have stitching I want to do.
                                                                  
                                         Lot of traffic in the road, though.

We're moving, remember, we don't like to hurry.
She's back, and we were just starting to rest and take a break.

12 comments:

  1. Really, Gods country...you are soooooo lucky in sooooo many ways. I love that you post these for us to enjoy. It is very very thoughtful of you Nancy

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  2. Thanks Nancy for sharing all those wonderful wildlife photos. Much appreciated. Are they far from your home??? You live in such a beautiful place. Hugs Judy

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  3. What wonderful traffic you have there! Do they stay on the road to keep warm? Happy stitching to you!

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  4. We have some of them in Hill City, SD and they have the same philosophy. Cars were meant to wait for and go around them. Funny how they see life.

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  5. Gives a whole new picture to the idea of a traffic jam!

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  6. I am just amazed at the nature and beauty, outside your home.

    Debbie

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  7. Great photos! I like the photo where one decides to lay on the road. So, beautiful!

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  8. We're supposed to have a big storm too! All it has brought is rain..... Snow in the mountains for which my boys are happy. Snow in mountains means snowboarding fun. I'm happy. Snow in mountains means water in the spring/summer for irrigation. The lack of snow this year has had us worried.

    Beautiful animals! So neat you are able to see them up close.

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  9. P.S. This is a traffic jam I wouldn't mind being stuck in. Much better than the traffic jams I do get stuck in...

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  10. No mountain goats here, just flocks wild turkeys strolling around the neighborhood. --Barbara--

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  11. Mickaëla6:51 AM

    Thanks so much for this photos !
    It's a present for the french girl that I'm !
    Kiss from France

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