Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Trespassing?


  The wonder is that we can see these trees and not wonder more.”
                                          Ralph Waldo Emerson


  On this very wet morning, having all my chores done and being bored with my trees, I want to see the trees on the other side.
  I climb through the wet, slippery rails, not over. I learned that lesson the hard way. A few years back I slipped off the top wet rail, I landed on a rock and broke my nose. Ouch!
 I creep quietly into the bush, following the deer tracks.


   NDF is probably home sewing her famous socks. I am almost positive she is not snowshoeing today in the rain. Only strange people like me would be out doing this. Mmm???


  Her farm has massive trees. The cedars are wet and glistening, they are huge. I can only imagine how long they have stood on this farm.


   A lone birch tree stands amongst the other trees. A beautiful addition to the dark wood, that surrounds it.


  This is the home for someone, as you can see with my hand, it is something I would rather not be greeting, at face height. I move on.


 I am soaking wet and loving this. There are many downed trees, making beautiful art.



 I hear barking. Could that be Sparky the lovable, oops, I mean killer watchdog?  I better run.



 NDF sorry you missed it.

 Later.

24 comments:

  1. Beautiful walk...beautiful photos. Relaxing for the day ahead.

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  2. Thanks Gail I love the bush. It makes everything else disappear. B

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  3. Great photos Buttons. Just love the way you see things...and sometimes makes me look at things a little differently when I'm out running on the trails.

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  4. Trees are like people, they are all different.
    Nice photos :)

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  5. Now those are some nice socks. I'll have to show them to my wife, looks like something she would like. Sounds like you had a nice walkabout today.

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  6. Lovely! Hope the killer dog didn't get you!

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  7. Beautiful pictures, would rather have been there than in the city in the rain.

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  8. Thanks Derrick I have always been a little different.I see what I see. Glad you take the time to notice my way. B

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  9. White Angel I never met a tree I did not like M. G.

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  10. Mr. H I love them they are so warm and comfy. NDF makes great socks. B

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  11. Texisgirl: I would be OK he likes peanut butter sandwiches. B

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  12. Sparky was calling for sandwich delivery. :)

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  13. I wish we lived closer. I'd love to go with you, even in the rain. Gonna have to check out some snow shoes. I'll bet they'd be on clearance this time of year. Sorry about that broken nose! Wow, I bet that HURT!

    P.S. Love the socks!

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  14. Sara That is what I thought. LOL B

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  15. Leenie I wish we did too that would be fun.Snowshoes are fun go for it. I look just a little crooked now. I like it . B

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  16. Well, that's a hard way to learn a lesson, ouch! It sounded like a nice walk and I love the socks... they look really warm!

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  17. Marie I love my socks. NDF specials. Yeah a very good lesson I remember every time I look in the mirror.LoL.

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  18. I can feel how wet you must have been! Love the socks! :)

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  19. I so enjoy taking a daily walk with you. Beautiful photos. I felt your pain when you described breaking your nose...ouch!

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  20. Nancy it was nice coming back to that dusty wood stove. Thanks. B

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  21. Debbie I am so glad I love taking you to my favourite places.See you tomorrow. B

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