Well I’m still terribly behind on things, just not as terribly terribly as I was in my last post. The art show was a success and I think I want to do more of them… which means putting in applications for the 2020 shows and see if I get approved.
Right now it’s time to get ready for Thanksgiving and then the Christmas season. Where did this year go??? I’ve accomplished many things that I wanted to do this year but for every plus there is a minus and there have been some dismal failures – like giving up junk snacks. Big sigh!
I know I mentioned in the last post about getting the Audubon bird photos posted but as you can see, that did not happen. At least not today. This is a monochrome scene from my chest pounding lack of oxygen hike in Rocky Mountain National Park in August. The trail was Bear Lake, Nymph Lake, Dream Lake and finally Emerald Lake. Three out of four ain’t bad because by the time we reached Dream Lake here, as Roseanne Roseannadanna once said “I thought I was gonna die!” So we turned around and went back down the trail. Did I just date myself there? Uh oh!
Now I see photos of the park on their website and many of the places we visited are now covered in snow and so beautiful. As much as I would love to see them snow covered, I do not do well in very cold weather. By the way, where do the trout go when the lakes freeze?
Nice photo. Forever behind on things seems to be the normal state of being.
I suppose but I guess that’s better than having nothing to do and be bored stiff.
I thought Emerald Lake was the least photogenic due to the lack of vegetation. So ya done good on that hike. I’m right there with ya on that aging thing. In true Rosanne fashion, I’m always saying, “Never mind!”
It would’ve been nice to complete the hike but I’m proud of what I did on my first go!
I am so glad the Art Show went well! How exciting!
And being behind …does keep us busy… right?
That it does!
Thank you 🙂
Congratulations on your show, Teri! I’m glad to hear to everything went well!
Thank you so much, Mickey 🙂
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Congratulations! Pictures are special. You look at phenomenal scenes and ask questions to places you like.
I always love how America has managed to preserve such vast areas of Nature… I miss going out in the woods, or mountains… Take care
Having just returned from the big big city I miss the mountains too! But it was a nice visit to the big city.
I’m sure. But you have the advantage of having both. Nature and big cities (or small)