Drizzly days disperse sunny day shadows casting the landscape with a muted, impressionist, Monet haze.
Such was mine on a wilderness wander up Castle Mountain today. Other than an unexpected spill crossing a swamp . . . resulting in an ‘invigorating’ mud bath . . . it was an tranquil, color splashed antithesis to ‘fun in the sun’.
A hot shower and scrumptious dinner prepared by my patient, understanding wife was a welcome finale. I M Blessed . . . May U B 2
“He causes His sun to rise on the evil and the good, and sends rain on the righteous and unrighteous.”
Keep Looking Up . . . His Best is Yet to Come!
5 thoughts on “Drizzly Day Wander”
Your daughter any son think alike brother ð
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We are too much alike Fred. My daughter bought me a dry bag for the camera and said “they don’t make dry bags for people”
“What are you implying?” I asked.
An invigorating mud bath — hilarious!! And beautiful!
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