Monday, August 18, 2008

A Hazy Evening Hike

Such a quiet evening.


Two black vultures hopped from tree to tree overhead, before they flew out over the canyon.


Daisy prided herself on her autonomy. And speed.


Middle children, one of the best kind of children.


A slipping-away sunset and mist rising over the rivers.

6 comments:

YayaOrchid said...

Oh, Anna, what beautiful surroundings! That view from the top of the hill or cliff is amazing! Where are these wonderful views, I wonder!? You are so blessed that the Lord has place you and your family there among so much beauty.

Hill upon hill said...

What a beautiful part of the world. Where in the U.S.A. is this?

Hill upon hill said...

Me again. When I first was connected to the internet, I discovered your blog and felt it was a lovely diary of a simple, good life. I am revisiting the early days if I may and it is interesting that out of everything I have ever read in blogs, those first posts of yours feel as though I met them yesterday...your recipes too, I could always visualise them. Your pot roast worked a treat as did your breakfast coffee cake.
Time does pass by quickly, your youngest was the age my youngest is now.

Linda said...

It all looks so lovely Anna. I can't think of anything nicer to do at the end of the day.

Shiloah Baker said...

Beautiful pictures! What a treasure!

Melissa said...

Thanks for sharing your days with us. It's inspiring, calming, and enriching to see and read. And this one makes me want to experiment with taking the kids (3 and 9 months) for a hike.

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