pretty pictures :)
Just glorious! But I would need my bottle of Xanax with me 24/7. Too much good air... Too many open spaces.. LOLOLOLOL. XOXOXOXOX
Beautiful photos! It looks so peaceful and serene...and I bet it's cool already!
Although these views are only a 10-15 minute drive from home, I do not enjoy them very often, but it's nice to get out in the open like that and let the mind rest for a little while.I do agree with you Pedro, it would drive me crazy too if that were my view every day... it's too isolating.Maria, you won't believe it, but it's going to go up to 80 degrees tomorrow. This is the warmest (Thank God) October I've experienced up here. I'm sure we'll pay for it later!
It makes me miss Indiana! I've loved your latest posts-even though it's been without food!!!
Yes, reminds me of Iowa! so you said 80? I hope it doesn't mean a cold harsh winter.
Sharline, Elisa... Indiana, Illinois, Iowa... three states in a row! We are all familiar with these scenes... you too Maria! Strange how in such a big world people can connect. Yes, I'm a little nervous about winter. This will be my 4th winter here, and so far I've experienced ice storms, snow storms, blizzards, thunder-snow (that's creepy) and wind chills of 40F below. Why did I leave Miami, hmmmm???
I love it when you can catch the sun peaking throuh the clouds like that! The photos remind me of Michigan!We have our share of tornadoes, thunder storms, lightning strikes and hurricanes don't forget, we just don't get blizzards and snow storms! We were cold last winter...it feels like the humid cold gets deeper to your bones than it did up north!
The sky was awesome yesterday Lyndsey. It seems that the sky look bigger the further North you go. Cold weather and Florida should not be in the same sentence. I heard many complaints from my family in Miami last winter.I don't like the snow, but I certainly don't miss the hurricanes!