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Monday, March 21, 2011

RUBY TUESDAY

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With 5+/- inches of additional snow on the ground tonight, I'm remembering the warmer days of last summer.  This was a place we stumbled upon while driving around.  We topped a hill and the scene took our breath away.  This farm has a most incredible view.  If you enlarge the photo, you can just see the windmills on top of Lempster Mountain.  This year we have a better lens for the camera.  When the weather gets nicer, we will go back again and maybe get a better photo.  For now, I'm remembering a fun day with my best friend and looking forward to more adventures this summer. 

It's so beautiful here in my new home state.

This photo is linked up here
for Ruby Tuesday.



Thanks so much for stopping by!  Have a wonderful Tuesday.

22 comments:

  1. Gorgeous photo!! I sure hope things warm up for you soon. It's finally nice here and I'm loving every second of this weather!

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  2. thinking of you tonight bella, praying that all is well and that there is more sunshine than rain in your corner of the garden....I am feeling super exhausted now that baby #3 is on the way... my 2 year old and 1 year old babies are so full of life, and I am cherishing every moment of it even though I could use more sleep....and wishing I had a stunt double to do some Spring cleaning for me LOL! have a glorious week, j

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  3. What a beautiful picture. It makes me think of summer and the red door just pops!

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  4. It's a great scene and it's enhanced by your photo. There's also more snow heading my way later this week. It's almost over.

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  5. Well, let's hope it was the last snow of the season! Great photo!

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  6. More snow??? We're expecting ice and a Winter Storm Warning tomorrow ... groan. When does it end??? It was nearly 60 degrees yesterday!!! Stay warm, and cook some fabulous -- the northern girl's coping mechanism ... :)

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  7. What a gorgeous part of the country you are in! The red really pops in that scene! Beautiful shot, Candace!

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  8. Lovely Photo!!!

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  9. You too?? Our snow isn't gone yet and we're expecting a foot of the stuff again tonight. Sigh. Poor robins. They're going to be so confused!

    Love that photo. How peaceful!

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  10. Another snow?? Hmmm let me see here in Michigan if we have it too. The photo is inviting ^_^
    Cardinal

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  11. How gorgeous!

    Would you come and see my Ruby Tuesday ? Have a lovely evening!

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  12. that is so beautiful. I love that color red.

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  13. Thanks for dropping into the Whimsical Wife. I love your photo! Simply Stunning!

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  14. I did click on the photo and, yes, those were wind turbines I spied on the hills in the distance!

    A TOUCH OF RED

    They say that just one touch of red
    Will put big, bold thoughts in your head.
    So scarlet’s for you,
    And burgundy too,
    And cardinal and carmine—‘nuff said!


    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    Feast Rooted in Reds

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  15. Thank you for the well wishes over on my blog, Candace. Today is a better day, yesterday was a tough one.

    I agree, NH is the most lovely state, especially up by Franconia Notch. Amazing scenery! After living here most of my life, it has become part of my soul...I see it's part of your's as well :^)...now, you'll never want to leave! Blessings to you, ~Vonnie, NH

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  16. Wonderful photo! It's already warm here - I've been holding off on turning the AC on!

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  17. I'm so glad you stopped by my site Candance. I absolutely love your blog. It gives me a warm fuzzy feeling and that's a really big thing for me. Your photo of summer months makes me want to brew some ice tea and plant myself out on my deck. Yes, I love summer.

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  18. Oh it does look gorgeous. I can't wait for it to get warm!!!

    Lots of yummy love,
    Alex aka Ma What's For Dinner
    www.mawhats4dinner.com

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  19. Given the fact that just yesterday, I got HAILed on. I am so needing a pretty sunshine-y picture in my life!

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  20. It's snowing where I live, thanks for a beautiful thought. Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters

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  21. Candace, how wonderful that you have found a house! I'm so excited for you. That is great you will still be able to walk everywhere. I definately will be doing the same this summer. There really is no reason to use gas to walk to the post office or library when it is within a mile away. Thank you for all your kid comments on my blog lately. They mean the world to me and I appreciate that you take the time to read my blog and comment when I need it the most! Have a great Sunday.

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