It's beautiful to wake up to that every day. I'll have to come for a visit.-jim
It's a lovely scene there Joe. I'd love to go hiking on those mountains.
It is beautiful! I'll come for a visit if the first Jim doesn't....
I'm not sure if I remember this valley but you do live in a great place. No doubt.
What a beautiful, peaceful vista!
Of course it's you valley.....God made it just for you.........and you and you and you and you.....so enjoy.
That is gorgeous. Have the leave not started to change yet?
Let's take a naked walk through the woods!
And still GREEN! I guess that's Dixie for you; we're all up to our asses in brown and yellow here--the maples all down...Enjoy the greenery while it lasts.T@C
(Something happened to my earlier comment. Trust me, it was succinct and witty.)It is outdoors where I feel God's presence most. Powerful landscapes like this feed my soul.
'Green' is a limited color here in the southwest. To see it span for miles and miles and miles boggles my mind. I had a similar feeling when I visited Nashville. The land felt alive. Bugs everywhere and even the air felt different.Again when I was in Oklahoma...rolling hills of green as far as the eye could see. Another world for me.Beautiful....scribble scribble...must visit the Carolina's....
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