Tuesday, March 12, 2013

In every walk with nature

...one receives far more than he seeks. ~John Muir
 

A few more images from my trip to the Central Coast.

I took many walks around the neighborhood where my parents live, and hiked in the canyon behind their house. In the past I've seen deer, coyotes and a fox while exploring creekside. This time, the canyon was empty.

For three days straight it poured with rain. I didn't even mind it.

 

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    1. Thanks!
      Cat, only five more days and your journey begins!!
      xxxo

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  2. Love the picture of the wild turkey!! Also, what a HUGE pine cone. Wow. I always love my visits here to your place :)

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    1. Keith, you've got to come out west sometime, yah?
      I feel the same. Visiting your site is always interesting
      and thought provoking and peaceful.

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  3. Love the quote and it is so true...love the central coast and I would not mind the rain too if I were vacationing there...that was one gigantic turkey : )

    xx

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    1. Jeansy, I might just swing by and pick you up next time!! I'd love to beach comb with you. We could bring your friendly felines, since they're so accustomed to following behind like good boys.
      I know... that turkey was awesome.
      XO

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  4. That giant pinecone is gorgeous! We don't have anything like that on the east coast.


    <3 Melissa
    wildflwrchild.blogspot.com

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    1. Seriously big! It's one of the biggest I've seen too.
      I'm a pine cone collector. Gaa gaa for pine cones!!

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  5. These photos are beautiful! I love your blog, I'm following now.

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    1. Hey Natasha! Nice to see you!
      My mum's from Liverpool. I enjoy seeing your pictures
      and hearing about your jaunts in GB.
      Someday I will get to visit London and places in between.
      x

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  6. Love the turkey trot! And that pine cone! Greg found a huge pine cone for me in Italy - I snuck it back to Oklahoma with me. lol.
    Not quite as large as yours though! Wow! And did you sneak it back with you? ;)

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