Thank you for that!I'm a bit more nature-starved than usual, although there's a nice reservoir nearby with plenty of trees and birds and such. I shall go visit later this morning. But we're seriously overdue for a camping trip and some real wilderness. We were going to go to Yosemite in June but mother-in-law's health interceded.I need to smell some pines and get a good distance away from buildings and cars for awhile!And I love the Canadian Rockies!
Can kiwis join the Canadian Rockies fan club? It was one place that I determined I would return to one day.
What a beautiful scene! Nothing like the Rockies out here in Maryland, unfortunately. The Appalachians are more "rolling hills" than mountains. Even when I went to Mountain Warfare School in Vermont there were only two snow-capped mountains to be seen.
You're quite welcome, Crabby.It's important to get out and reconnect with nature. I love to smell the pines,too.They sure can, Dawn. I do hope you make it back to see the Rockies. And I'm hoping to get to NZ some day. It's on our list.Thank you, Michael, I didn't realize the Appalachians weren't proper mountains.
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