um, NO :)Im beating a hasty retreat to FALL with all the unbearable heat here in Texas.
It's cooler in the shade, Miz. I've only heard about Texas heat. I don't know if I could live it.
I would love to stroll down that path with you! It looks so inviting. But then, I'm a sucker for that kind of thing - every time I see a path or lane that winds away from the road I'm on, I want to go exploring... hmmm, what does that say about me?Oh, and Miz? Please don't hasten fall - we don't get to wear shorts all year round up in these parts!! :)
df Bag lady it is inviting. It's a soothing, calming spot and it's right here in town.Totally hear you on exploring. I'm always eager to see what's around the corner.
In a heartbeat.. sigh!
That looks so intriguing! Who knows what lies ahead... wildlife, waterfalls, trolls??
Excellent, Hilary.Crabby, it could be anything. You have a wonderful sense of adventure.
I would love to stroll along with you and see what we could find.
I think that would be most exciting, Reb.
Summer in Alberta, and down a path in trees and bushes...oh yes...to find saskatoon berries. Nothing beats 'em. Not even blueberries.
There are saskatoons down this path, Barbara. I prefer blueberries myself, but they are still tasty.
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