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Liebe Monika hab nochmal deine schönen Bilder abgesehen,und dabei die Blumenbilder mir angesehen,da kommen doch sehnsüchte auf nach dem Frühling,es wird ja auch Zeit,viele lieb Grüsse und einen schönen Tag wünscht dir Klaus
Hallo Klaus aus Köln! Hast du auch Schnee? Hier in Colorado wissen wir nicht ob es Winter oder Frühling ist.
Hallo liebe Monica,es sind wunderschöne Bilder vom Winter und dann noch Schnee ,schön anzusehen wünsche dir ein schönes Wochenende viele Grüsse Klaus aus Köln
Vielen dank, Jasmin, und auch gute Wünsche für Sie
Danke, Klaus, und, ja, der Frühling kann nicht zu früh kommen!
hallo liebe freundin und freund auf wordpress ihr habt einen schoenen romantischen blog gedichte wuensche euch alles liebe jasmin damaro
Guten Tag .Wollte dich zum neuen Jahr recht herzlich Grüsse und dir alles gute wünschen,kommt war spät aber es kommt,schon steht er Februar vor der Tür und bald kommt der Frühling zu dir Viele liebe Grüsse Klaus
Hello Orel, I haven’t seen the moose lately but do see their tracks in the snow. Hunting season has recently closed, so perhaps they will show themselves again soon. Thanks so much for visiting.
The photos of the moose are amazing! The moose seems really mysterious, like wanting you to follow him and then loose you in the forest.
I do like the book. Your geezer writes really well, and it’s very exciting. Can’t read it at bedtime!
OK – I get it.
PS I hope you like the book!
Remember “Blazing Saddles?” I paraphrase Mongo – Gator love Doggy! I stay out of boats that aren’t Gator proff.
well – I meant the geezer’s book
Hi Sandy, Thank you and Happy Holidays to you and your geezer! I can’t feel too sorry for you, with your palm-lined beaches. It is a different world, though – as I realize while reading your book. No canoe trips through the bayou for me, I’m afraid. By the way, why weren’t you in the canoe?
Absolutely love the pics! It’s so different than the flat palmetto scrub and palm-lined beaches we are accustom to. Thanks for sharing them. It’s getting close – so – Happy Holidays!
Dear Kenny, I was so happy to see your blog post – hurray for good health – and love having you visit. I have been visiting family on the East Coast and just got back to see your message. I look forward very much to being back in touch! Very best to you!
Thanks, tshauambea – I can tell you do from your photographs
Yes ti’s I, Kenny. Feeling very much alive and much like my old self again. So beware I may just sneak up on you when you leased expect it. “Like a Wolf in the night” lol.
Love your photo’s , the silver birch wood must be delightful to stroll through.
Take care my friend.
I’m a sucker for nature; lovely photographs Monica
Dear Pen, Ah WordPress – I have to “reply” before your comment. Oh, well. I love your comments, too. Sometimes I leave a comment and then wonder, how will that be taken? You always take my comments the way they are meant! Thank you. Your winters are probably rainy, rather than snowy. We wouldn’t know what to do with rain in the winter – certainly blame global warming. Snow at our mountain cabin – can’t drive the car in for several months. Winter lasts so long! Tracked some hunters who had walked through the property. Found them on a hill, waiting for the elk to walk by. They saw us and skedaddled.
The flowers are dying off now Monica, we’re moving into Winter and most of the leaves will be dropping soon, some are quite late falling as the Autumn has been strangely mild this year. Thanks for dropping by my friend and it’s always a pleasure to read your comments. You made me giggle with your response on the Graveyard Poem… I must admit.. I’d say the same (in fact I have done on many times whilst watching a scary movie… ‘don’t go in there!!!’ BUT do they listen?… nope!! 😉 ) … Hope you and yours are having a wonderful week … xPenx
Dear Androgoth, Thank you and good wishes to you as well for a fine week.
I hope that your week is going very smoothly
and that you will be having a delightful Wednesday 🙂
Dear Androgoth, Thank you so much. The bull moose is quite a character. It always gives me a lift to see him. I’m off to check out what’s new with you!
These photographs are truly excellent Monica,
I especially like the one of the Bull Moose in the
trees, he looks a bit startled but still a friendly
one nonetheless 🙂
The lovely photographs of those flowers are nice
too and thank you for sharing this experience with
us all Monica 🙂
Thank you, jacsprat! Planted in profusion by a master gardener!
Hi Totsymae, Thanks for visiting – and I love your art.
Looking at your pictures makes me feel like I’ve gone on a vacation myself. Beautiful flowers!
Beautiful photos. Always nice to be close to nature.
I love that, Lafemmeroar!
For some reason I’m thinking Thoreau’s “Walden” when I’m looking at these pictures. Beautiful and serene images …
Thank you, Laz – me, too!
A very relaxing and Beautiful feeling as a result of viewing these my friend, needed that!
Thanks, Monica 🙂
Dear Pen, It is a wild place, at the end of a road inaccessible to cars in winter. The creatures seem to feel secure there in hunting season – and I hope they are. We have federal land – where hunting is permitted – very close. I’m sure your English garden is magnificent, with flowers in profusion.
The hide and seek Moose shots are perfectly posed, Monica, he seems to be sending ‘come hither’ looks your way… 😉 … and the array of flowers are enough to lighten any mood… If I need an uplift I always step out into the garden, as Natures abundance of colours are such a joy to appreciate, with the smallest flower perfect in every detail.. I do so envy you your Cabin and it’s surroundings, breathe a deep breath of sweet air in, just for me… xPenx
Hi Sandy, Great to have such pretty neighbors. I thought you would like the flowers.
We don’t know if the bull had anything to do with the calf. We can only guess. We never see them together. He likes to hide his face – usually – with the rest of him in full view.
Hey, I love your neighbors! Nothing prettier than flowers in the wild.
These are just beautiful, Monica. Love the furtive moose 😀 What a wonderful place.
Thanks for sharing.