Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Fun Day

The mountain and I had a date a few days ago. We haven't seen each other much since I started working again but I plan on making it more. There's nothing like the view after my own two feet have taken me to the top.


hockeychic said...

Love it!

Nancy said...

What great pictures. I'm glad you were on your mountain again. Loved the views.

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Jens said...

I wish you a merry Christmas.

P.S.-beautiful photos.

Jens said...

And a Happy New Year.

BaldyLocks said...

Thanks Skip the Wheatgrass,

I'll look into doing that. Thanks :)

Jens, Merry Christmas & a very wonderful new year!

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Kyra and Rick said...

Hey missy - love the photos (makes me a little homesick...) The second one from the top is beautiful - Miss you, and keep relishing life! (And don't work too hard!!!)