Where's my lunch?
Good point, cousin!That's what I did yesterday. With plenty of beer.
Taking coffee out on the balcony now.Mary Anne in Kentucky
Excellent way to enjoy the morning, Solarity.
Lovely photo, that's a road I wouldn't mind looking down.
Thanks, Reb. If you ever get here for a visit, then we'll take it.
One day, I hope to see the mountains. Such a lovely sight.
Such wisdom in a simple post and a gorgeous picture. Makes me think of lyrics from the Stones' song: "You can't always get what you want... But if you try sometimes, well you just might find:You get what you need." :-D
I hope you do too, Hilary. If you're ever out this way I'll give you the tour.Thanks, Thomma Lyn. I can see where the Stones fit here. They were right.
Oh my, I would know those Canadian Rockies anywhere! We had the wonderful good fortune to visit your neck of the woods last fall. I love my amolite necklace!
Ammolite is our provincial gemstone. They are beautiful. What part of the Rockies did you get to?
Blessings come in many ways, and being grateful. Beer is truly a blessing.Love the view in the photo. Homesickness returns with a rush.
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