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Morning Walk

February 26, 2011

First of all I’m just going to pretend that it hasn’t been almost a year since I last blogged. So here are some shots from my regular morning walk with Scotty the Aussie this morning.

Paw Prints in Clarkdale Ground

I brought my camera because I wanted to get a shot of the ground where it had become muddy and then crystallized in a pleasing way, to me anyway. If you know me you know that I really enjoy natural textures and take lots of photos that would bore most, so I’ll show you this one that has some paw prints in it, possibly Scotty’s, but see how cool the ground looks around them?

Clarkdale, Arizona

This is looking back from one of our favorite hills to walk at our little town. Our house is in there, you just can’t see it. Well, it’s so far away you really can’t see anything! The field you can see is the upper ball field at our school.

Scotty on the Hill

Can you spot the Scotty? Can you tell if his tongue is hanging out?

Arizona Yucca Plant in Winter

This is one of my favorite yucca plants we walk by all the time. It is pretty large and fun to watch the changes it goes through. I just love the white curly sinews!

Scotty at home

Here we are at home. Scotty is attentive, only because he is expecting a bone from me. His feet are dirty from the canal at the school he always run through. Can anyone say…out door dog?

Boys signature in cement

This is the little bit of sidewalk that was replaced in front of our house in 2000, not long after Jackson was born. I put their initials in, wish I’d had them put their hand prints in.  Oh well. It is supposed to snow 3 or 4 inches tonight, that’s a real blizzard around here. Maybe it will stick past noon. I’ll take photos if it does.  Enjoy  ~emm

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