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Virtual Walk

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

I love my walks and I'm so glad to say that. Today I am taking you on a small virtual walk with me.

My dog walks with me morning and evening and she is really good motivation. We walk a good piece to this path leading to the cow pasture at this gate.

You can't see the cows but I assure you they are in there. I will try to catch them another day.

Onward we go with my dog dancing around. She loves our walks too. We come to this 4 wheeler trail by the stream and this path leads to my garden as well.

Usually by this time we are getting a bit hot so here she is cooling off in the water!

My evening walk is usually longer than the one in the morning but on this particular morning we started a bit later so it was just daylight. I thought the fog looked so pretty hanging on the mountain.

God made such a beautiful world and I hope this might motivate someone else. Taking care of yourself is hard but WE ARE WORTH IT! emoticon

Have a wonderful day everyone! emoticon
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  • LORI2562
    Beautiful! Thanks for sharing!
    1666 days ago
    What a gorgeous place to walk. Is that a Lab??? Can't keep them out of the water.
    I think it's really interesting that you don't have changing leaves yet!!

    1681 days ago
    Wow, beautiful pics! Thanks for sharing. Could be my home! You are so right.
    1681 days ago
  • LUANN7
    nice blog like the pics!!!
    1681 days ago
    Thank you for these lovely photos. I am increasing my walking, yesterday I walked past three abattoirs, an Italian cheese factory and a prison, today I passed one of the largest building sites in London. So thanks again for sharing the beauty of God's creation.
    1681 days ago

    Loved walking with you. That mist on the mountain is just beautiful. Thanks so much for sharing.

    1681 days ago
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