Living in the Mountains is Different

Two loads of firewood like this delivered in the spring



 I don’t know what this is –

came across it on a hike and I thought it was picture worthy



The sky was interesting, as the weather was changing before our eyes



Our beautiful nature trail is right out our garden gate




Our routine is to sit by the river each evening

This a lovely way to unwind from the day

 The river is on our nature trail – below our home

 We have seen moose and deer here




Husband’s tasty salmon and vegetables

The fish has a crispy cheese covering



We are always delighted with Crystal Peak’s colorful sunsets



 My husband makes us fresh bread regularly

I hadn’t had French toast in a long time

 My favorite way to enjoy French toast is with powder sugar

and fresh blueberries and strawberries



Delicious salad and bread stuffed with spinach, cheese and peppers for dinner


 Wii bowling is most satisfying when we both play well




 A tie! This hadn’t happened before!



Purple in the garden!

Perennials are such fun – like little miracles




 I planted these purple pansies June 8th




 My thriving pansies June 24th




Below freezing temperatures in summer

Never seen that before

 Pansies are happy with the coolness 

It’s easy to keep the house cool without air conditioning

Air conditioning is a (big) contributing factor to climate change…




“The most precious gift we can give one another is letting them know they matter.”  Julie A R Stephens

Living in the Mountains

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