This week is a sentimental look at the end of summer. Freezing temperatures and snow were predicted, so I thought it was the last look at my garden and flowers. While much of Wyoming had snow up to 14″ deep, we avoided the storm. We put up the last of the hay, or so we thought. A fire fighting helicopter flew by, Quinlan went fishing, we prepared for a revamping of water tanks above 500′ deep Otter Creek Canyon.Find me here!
5 thoughts on “Re-Red: September 6 – September 12, 2020”
Another wonderful relaxing video. Thank you.
Great, Carol. Loved the wild flowers. Did Quinlan catch anything. He certainly looks like an accomplished fisherman.
Amen on the western states needing snow (or rain) to put out the fires. At least here we have air to breathe again.
You really hit the mark on this one Carol. Loved it❤️
I’m back! finally got my internet re-connected after wind storm on Aug 10th, So much damage to crops , grain bins, buildings, homes, and trees, they called it an on land hurricane- The western states sure need 14 inches of snow to put out the fires, my older daughter & son in law just went back home Sunday after 3 weeks evacuated, their home is safe, fire was getting close, What a year it has been-
So happy to hear from you again!