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Saturday, November 1, 2014
Yesterday evening, the Labraduo and I were out for a sunset hike, and the night was gorgeous! There was a pillow of clouds that swept over the eastern sky and then lit up at sunset.
As Shyla sat atop a Boulder, her head kept swiveling toward a group of deer browsing on the hillside behind her.
As the world became dusky, we walked toward home, with a stupendous view of the fading sunset over the Divide along the way.
The world felt so peaceful last night, as the deer and the elk trotted around near us and an owl hooted in the distance.
It's been one of the longest and warmest autumns that I can remember. The plants and trees know that it has to end soon - they've shed all but a few remaining colorful leaves. Yet, I still want autumn to go on and on...