Typing my way back to nature
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Thanks Ryan!Correction: James just called to my attention that the flumes were used in HYDRAULIC mining, not dredging -- which was (and IS) done on the river itself.
Very nice! Great photos. It must be super great to live in such a nice area. Where I live the scenery is boring. Needless to say I miss MT.
That mossy rock is wicked awesome! I miss the fall colors so much already. Everything here is white. :(
Cameron, you are couched in beauty. Which you generously share. Thank you. And that Underwood makes a near-perfect impression. (Did the makers intend for it to work so well in a hundred years?) Happy Thanksgiving.
Wonderful picturesHappy thankgiving!
Lovely pics. It's always refreshing to experience the woods (albeit virtually!) especially when you live in a very urban area.
J'ai découvert votre blog avec plaisir. Mon anglais n'est pas très bon mais j'arrive tout de même à comprendre un peu vos messages.Les photos, les textes, tout donne à ce blog une ambiance où il fait bon se promener.Je reviendraiA bientôt
Beautiful pictures, sir. That area is much better than I had pictured from your letters. (I still have your most recent to respond to.) What a magnificent place you guys live at.
Your forest looks almost enchanted!
Cameron, your blog reminds me of that written by artist Rima Staines (http://www.intothehermitage.blogspot.com/). You and she share the ability to see languidly and yet with depth and wonder.
Thank you for the gorgeous photos. Here in KS our leaves are long gone, except for the oaks. As I'm still getting caught up after a long absence over Thanksgiving, this beautiful tour was a welcome "breather" for me!
What a wonderful place to live. Now that winter has officially started, has it started snowing? It must be a really magnificent view. Must be a fantastic experience to take along a good typewriter, sitting under your favorite tree, and let your creativity flow.