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Thursday, March 24, 2016

Thankful Thursday

I've been feeling particularly thankful recently for where we live and for our wonderful pack.

I am so thankful to live in a place where "elk traffic jams" are the most common kind of traffic jam!

This young bull definitely was keeping an eye on me.

A clique of cow elk congregated nearby, trying to decide whether to cross the road or not.

I love having open land next to my home where I can ride my mountain bike and play with the Duo every day in peace and solitude.

And I adore having the snowy Rocky Mountains in our backyard!

I am so thankful for this pair of pups who make me and the Runner smile every day!

Somehow, we've managed to fashion a life that makes us all so happy.
For that, I am thankful.

20 comments:

  1. That is a beautiful thing to be thankful for!

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  2. and i am thankful you can share what you have just outside your door. at first i thought Santa's Reindeer had run a way from home

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  3. And a good life it is. I'm wondering of you got snow from this latest storm. Our kids on the front range and in Denver got hit hard. We had 11" - good skiing this AM.

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  4. Yes, we have so much to be thankful for!

    Keep Calm & Bark On!

    Murphy & Stanley

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  5. What a bunch of wonderful things to be thankful for!!

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  6. It's so beautiful there! I wish I could live somewhere similar!

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  7. You are so fortunate to live in such a beautiful part of the world. We can see why you are so thankful for all that beauty around you.

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  8. This is the season to be thankful and you are certainly showing how thankful you are

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  9. So many blessings for sure. It is so wonderful to be able to live in a place where there is so much to explore and room to run and play!!

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  10. Oh my, your happiness always shows in the beauty of your photos!

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  11. You certainly do live in a beautiful place!

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  12. You guys see nutty looking 4-legged
    Lily & Edward

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  13. You've worked hard to have such a wonderful life. I'm thankful that you take time to share bits of it with us every day!

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  14. And you know what? We can feel your thankfulness.
    love
    tweedles

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  15. I am so thankful that you share all of this beauty with us, every single day! I dream of living somewhere like that someday, too.

    Thanks for the reminder to be thankful, and the wonderful elk pictures.

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  16. I think crafting a life with as many beautiful elements as possible is deeply important, whether it's a potted plant in your window or the Great Divide outside your door :)

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  17. That does sound like something to be thankful for - and I am so glad you have those things, because we can see how you appreciate them!

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