could I really be first at last?
Darn it. Beat again! That's a gorgeous shot...wish I was there. But then again, my cube here in the office is pretty nice... :-(I might print off that picture and hang it up...improve my view!
Gorgeous! There's nothing like a walk through the forest in the chill of the morning air with a dog. It's a great way to start the day (that's how we start ours too!).
I love your photos. Have I ever told you that? LOL. I wish you'd publish a book of them. I'd be first in line to buy it.
Well, Kristi would have to try to beat me for first place in line, but either way I know you'd get PLENTY of orders through your blog! What a wonderful place to walk. I've missed seeing all your photos, FG, but I'm back and checking out the last few days. :)Amy
I am not a morning person. I try. But it gets harder, especially as the sun rises later. However, something like this--a pleasant walk with the dog in the forest--would be worth the grogginess. I might even think that I'm still dreaming.
Oooh, you lucky rascal! Who knew there to be magic in Missouri woods? I agree with the picture book suggestion, you would make a killin' and think of the joy to be spread!
Wow FG - these photos have been astounding! Thank you!!
Sam, I came in here this morning at 5:30 in hopes of being first! And what bad luck. There was no new photo!Having said that, this is yet another beautiful shot. I love those shafts of sunlight.
If I win the sheep I'll take it for a walk along that path.
Dreamy! I can imagine a little Lord of the Rings, a bit of Aragon to sweep me of my feet.....Enough, I simply LOVE this one!And thank you for visiting my blog and yr nice comments.Have a nice day y'all
*sighs dreamily* What a nice nice picture. I am with socalfoodie -- can I print it and hang it up?! It's nice here...don't get me wrong. But its not "the wooded" walk like that! Hope you have had a wonderful day Susan!
Gorgeous. Joe, Spike, Max, Kitty and I are packing up our stuff. We'll be there by sundown Thursday :)
I just love your farm photos. They heal me so much. I just added your site to "favorite foodblogs" in the sidebar on my blog. Hope you don't mind.
Lovely, lovely. Can I come live on your farm?Look forward to your oatmeal bread recipe - that is the most beautiful loaf of bread!Kat
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