Had to share with you the last photo of wild flowers I took. Even my pansies in the garden are pretty much frosted.
We had to get snow tires on our car before we go skiing. We did that, so now we’ll wait for a cheap Friday… but darn it if I’m not still thinking about boats!
Below is McDonald Lake I took with little ole’ point and shoot. It’s bright sunshine today with no snow. It’s hard to think about winter.
One of the closest put-ins for us when we go kayaking on Flathead Lake is at the southern tip of Polson Bay. The sign was designed and cast by my brother
of Written in Stone. He’s awesome.
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As I write it is snowing hard and the wind is directly out of the north.
The first day of ski season begins today but I find myself longing for the sun and open water.
This is a view of McDonald Lake in the Park and Raven sitting at her shores taken in September on Labor Day Weekend.
Okay… enough of this; time to look for some new ski boots!
To paraphrase old Lao Tzu: The longest journey begins with a single paddle.
Our son, Ian, flew to a conference in Las Vegas, Nevada last month and I wanted to share one of his photos for Sky Watch Friday.
Since I’ve never visited LV it was cool to see his photos. He took this with his little point and shoot. Happy Sky Watching to you this week!
those darn power lines this might be an okay photo! Happy 11.11.11. Kind of a weird date but we’re just getting closer to winter.
It will not be long now. All the birds are flying to their winter havens. One last loon called out to us on the water. It was a solemn moment. Winter is coming.