... because if you ramble long enough, you'll get to where you're going...
It's very pretty Diane. :)
Looks a lot better than I imagined it!
It's nice to live so close to nature. I always have to live close to water, even if I never go see it!
absolutely gorgeous. What a great view when you need some "me" time
hmmmm green and lush. just lovely.
I'm not one to get all into nature or anything, but that's a pretty awesome view.
lovely- looks like Tasmania to me-pigs knuckle indeed.....tee hee
Very pretty Diane,lovely greens and blues of the distant mountains and sky.It looks like the Southern Highlands here in NSW. ♡
Not dusty and dry, which is an image of America in my mind. Looks like sheep country.
Beautiful, reminds me of England...
God's little acre... Seriously, we are sooooo lucky to have such beautiful regions in our country. I'm reading Barbara Kingsolver's Animal, Vegetable, Miracle. She's another VA girl, and poses a great argument for supporting small farmers and buying locally grown produce. Or better yet, growing your own. Do you have a vegetable garden?
Oh, Diane. I'm so jealous now. I would love to live somewhere so beautiful. I want to move to North Carolina one day. I love the mountains. OH, and I saw Up this weekend. You were correct - very good!!
That looks like the view from our bike trail. It's awesome to live away from the big buildings, huh?
This lush really likes that lush.
Gorgeous! The pictures remind me of the first time I visited my hometown after moving to California--I thought the sky was the bluest I had ever seen.
Very lovely, thank you for sharing pics of the lovely part of this world that you have the goodness to also grace, Diane... x
Purdy. (Why can't I write that word without hearing dueling banjos in my head?!)
Wow, that IS beautiful!! I have to admit, not what I had in mind for Pigsnuckle. Now I'm thinking you occasionally make fun of the place to keep all the rest of us away...Your little secret!We'll we're on to you now.
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