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The weather has been cool, but with some showers a couple of times a day. We woke up Sunday morning to low hanging clouds and a drizzly rain. While that may not appeal to everyone, we really enjoy the weather – especially the views off of our front porch. Don’t you love the clouds clinging to the side of the mountains?:
Many of you may remember the series of pictures we did from the porch last fall where we showed you the fall color week to week. You can always go back to this post and then follow the links in it if you want to see every week. But this will give you an idea of what our view will be in just a few weeks:
We went up behind the house Sunday morning to the ranch at the top of the mountain and took this picture. The ridge you see in the top right is the same ridge that we see from our front porch. And that means that our house is in this picture. Can you spot it? Look right in the center.
You can click to enlarge, but let’s help you a little by zooming in first. Can you see our house now?
Ok, well let’s zoom much closer in and see if you can see it.
Yep, that is Chez Herd. By the way, all of the land between our house and where this picture was made is owned by the ranch, so it is a very big ranch. Pretty cool to look up behind our house and see cows and horses wandering around up on the mountain ridge. And while we were there taking pictures, a really big dog – our humans said horse – walked past us. We all know how Natasha loves big dogs.
Oh well, you know us and what we did the rest of the day.
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