THURSDAYS w/ Tzuri
– drifting downstream in search of Autumn –
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😀 🙂 😀
This entry was posted on September 4, 2014 by oopsjohn. It was filed under animals, dogs, German Shepherd Dog, long-haired shepherd, pets, Tzuri .
You two are up in my old stomping grounds. Southern Idaho is pretty uninspiring in my estimation, but the northern end up around Kalispell, Couer D’Alene and Bonners Ferry is some gorgeous country. The mountain shot from Provo was the view from my front window for quite a few years in the mid 80s. I was there in May 2013 and I missed the snowcaps. That’s pretty damned early for them to disappear. That view brings back fond memories. Sounds like you’ve happily landed in Colorado Springs (one spot I’ve only passed through.) Obviously you could start hitting snow up in the higher elevations at any time now.
Enjoy this marvelous land of ours! 😀
September 4, 2014 at 10:42 AM
I’ll have to check out N. Idaho sometime, thanks. Sure is a funny-shaped state on the map, eh? Yes, Colorado Springs has a good feel to it. A lot bigger than Livingston, of course, and nary a cowboy in sight, but downtown is pedestrian friendly with interesting shops, lots of cool places within driving distance – and best of all is a super dog park. When it gets too cold I’ll move on.
September 4, 2014 at 6:43 PM
Now I know from your other post that Colorado Springs is where you’ve laid your hat. I’ve enjoyed seeing this part of the country through your and Tzuri’s eyes, and I’m looking forward to hearing more about Colorado Springs…I’ve never been there. Most of the Colorado I know is from a few ski resorts..everything covered in snow. It’s the beautiful shades of green I notice from your posts. I hope you’re enjoying your new autumn location – hugs to Tzuri!
September 29, 2014 at 9:22 AM
Thanks, Elisa. The top of Pikes Peak last night got dusted with snow so I am leaving today for “better” weather. 🙂
October 1, 2014 at 7:14 AM
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