Where's my lunch?
Yep, I can imagine chilling there.
Miz, oh, yeah.David, best place for it.
I would LOVE to see what's around that bend! (I'm curious that way)
I know it would be worth the trip, df Bag Lady.
Puts me in the old Lewis and Clark mood . . . thanks!
I'd love to be hiking along that river right now.
I love the photos you take of water and reflections...I"m with Miz...ommmmmmm.Have a great weekend.Mary
No motorized vehicles please, just let me float along on a raft or a boat. Thank you Leah!
Ron, you're welcome. Happy exploring.Bunnygirl, I think you'd have a blast. A nice, peaceful blast.Mary, thanks so much. Hope your weekend is wonderful.Reb, a quiet slow float is the best. You're welcome.
I have been doing a lot bend following this summer, in spite of the heat. Lovely photo and very Zen.
Ahhhhhh. great exhalation of breath.ahhhhhhhh....
That's good, Tabor. And thanks.Kathryn, glad you enjoyed it.
Yes, I'm a day late, yesterday was crazy, so I need this today. It's a good place.
Glad you made it, Messymimi.
Sigh.. it's such a lovely spot.
It is most tranquil.
It leads to the next fishing hole. And another bend. Which leads to the next fishing hole. And another bend.And so it goes.Photos like that are soul food. Good one, Leah.
Thanks, Frank. This particular creek has some good fishing holes in it. Brown trout, I think.
That's real pretty, Leah. Peaceful looking.
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