Love the great hat. And I'd love the forest if someone could guarantee that there would be no poison ivy residue of any kind.
Uh huh -- didn't think so.
Yes, Bess Dear, that is a Great Hat! And you look so appropriately Regal in it! Bravo!
Hey - the pose here: http://knitty.com/ISSUEwinter06/ looks awfully familiar!
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Wednesday, December 06, 2006
Join me for
More travels with a Girl
(with a great hat) and Her Dog.
On the prowl for secrets hidden in the forest. Like
Doesn't it look witchey? After 2 serious hurricain seasons it's a little sparser, and perhaps, a little friendlier, but those mountain laurel branches always make me think of spectral arms reaching out to grab you.
There are less spooky secrets in the woods. This copper beech tree sports many a boy's monogram. The BWH is my stepson, the BC is a neighbor who is, what, 50 now? yikes! There are more but they're higher up and I couldn't photograph them.
Blooming in the woods this time of year are some magical fungi.
It's a muted world this time of year, all grey and white and black and tan. But there's still a hint of autumn's glory left.
My Sunday stroll uncovered many beauties. Some were reassuring, some inspiring. I never get tired of the forest, though, nor of the great dome of blue sky that closes me into the ring of trees that is home.
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