Friday, September 16, 2011

Friday Field Trip - Memorial Forest

Here are some more shots from the Memorial Forest. I tended to take vistas; Hubster got up close and personal. (And, of course he has to include the obligatory mushroom)


















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11 comments:

Mario said...

Very nice but it looks like a long drive from the liquor store.

Sue-Ellen Welfonder said...

Lovely, Terry. You're so blessed to live out there. I'm turning green while typing this....

Elizabeth Spann Craig/Riley Adams said...

Beautiful pictures. I love that purple flower (don't know what it is...)

D2TM2 said...

Purple flower is a thistle. Purple/blue and white flower below it is a columbine.

Terry Odell said...

Mario, actually it's only about 15 minutes away.

Terry Odell said...

Sue-Ellen - come visit!

Elizabeth - see Hubster's comment.

John Sharpe said...

This time of year in Teller County is THE BEST. I have spent many happy hours riding horseback or in an open Jeep traveling through the aspen groves and rolling grassy hills.

As you know, Terry, I'm a native of that area and feel like a proud parent when someone brags on it.

Terry Odell said...

John - we're infants in the area, and are enjoying every minute. Exploring new regions is such fun. The aspens are beginning to turn around here, although not on our property yet.

Maryann Miller said...

Love the pictures as usual. And there is nothing wrong with taking a picture of a mushroom. LOL

Terry Odell said...

Hubster has more mushroom pictures than (insert metaphor here). It's his passion--one of them, anyway.

Karen C said...

I loved the pictures. And everything is green. Everything is pretty much brown (or black) in Texas.