Sunday, October 26, 2014

October 26, 2014

We are on our way to brown…real fast!

Smoky Hills Oct 25

A little bit of golden color was left in this area in Smoky Hill State Forest yesterday.  We took Chance for his long birthday ride!

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He had a good day…it is hard to believe he is ten years old. he is such a good boy, and yes he got extra treats yesterday!

It is my other baby brothers birthday today, I was nine when he was born.

Jody (2)

Happy Birthday Jody!   (about 1 year old in 1961)

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13 comments:

  1. Happy Birthday Jody!!

    I hope you too, get to go for a nice car ride and get some treats!! :)

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  2. Yes, brilliant fall colors tend to slowly disappear and then one day they're gone and I you don't have to guess what we're waiting for.

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  3. Brown is slowly returning to this area, too. I don't like the silent seasons of brown and white very much.

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  4. This summer has seemed to go faster than usual. I hate to see the Brown return and the White will be even worse! But this is MN and we always survive.

    Shirley H.

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  5. Jody is so young compared to me. It is nice that he lives around your area. My brothers seem like stranger living in the western US. I like the fall photo of the birch. It is so Minnesota looking. Great to see sunshine.

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  6. What an adorable baby he was. And Chance is just plain old handsome. :-)

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  7. It might have been only a "little bit" of color, but you captured it well!

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  8. Never mind the gold, the blue sky looks lovely!

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  9. That is one of the cutest baby portraits I've seen in a long time. Back in the day where they didn't need all the fancy backdrops and what not. Just plain, simple and CUTE!

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  10. Happy birthday to Jody, too. Chance looks like he really enjoyed his special day. :)

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  11. Beautiful colors and so glad Chance had a good birthday. Something "hopped" into my mums and now they have broken stems everywhere laying flat and they had been so pretty.
    I thought it was just our Walmart that did that to plants. I even know a man who is a Master Gardener and he told them that and they put him in the camera department and so the plants still die.

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  12. I think brown is my next to least favorite color with blinding white the one I dread.

    Linda
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