Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries
Given the rainy summer we had, it's hard to believe we are near drought conditions. We need several day of gentle, steady rain. I love your pictures, anyway.
Really lovely photos. Even though the heat has diminished today there is no rain in our forecast either. It would be greeted with pleasure. Have a grand weekend!!!
I know you need rain but of the two choices I pray for the implosion or explosion of #45!
My goodness, do those cows have legs on one side shorter so they can graze on that slope? The southwest, where I'm visiting, is pretty monochromatic, with subtle shades of dirt/rocks that are vibrant. I hope to see some fall foliage going up to the Rockies before coming home....where I hope we finally have a bit of fall. Implosion is possible with such a wind-bag.
Those cattle have that "foggy dew" look of them thar hills. As to # 45 I have another number in mind for him, # 2. Hope you get some rain soon. We had a teeny bit last week, less that 1/10 inch.
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