14. I’m thankful for the water around me. Whether it’s clean drinking water, a warm shower, snow, a lake to kayak in, a pool to swim in, ice for my drink, a river to fish in, rain, or an ocean to be amazed at I am so grateful and thankful for all it’s lovely forms.Continue reading “Thankful Everyday – The Fourteenth”
Lake Shasta, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. Karen took this one. I love the movement in it. Lake Shasta was lookin’ a bit low. Very low actually. Let’s hope for a lot of rain for that part of the country.
Glass, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. Took this one yesterday on Sauvie Island. It was an absolutely gorgeous day. Taken with the Canon Digital Rebel XT.
The Cascades, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. Traveling by train through California. Taken November 25, 2007 with the Canon EOS Digital Rebel XT.
Morning, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. Sunday, the last day, I woke up earlier than I had been and was able to catch the sunrise and the mist out over the lake. It was quiet, and absolutely stunning.
Sunset at Davis Lake, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. Our last evening brought us a fantastic dinner of ribs cooked over a fire, cowboy beans heated up on the camp stove, and a beautiful sunset.
Down Stream, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. Thursday, our first full day camping, Karen and I decided to take the little mister along on a kayaking trip down this river, out into Davis Lake, and all the way across… then back. It ended up being a three hour trip and by the time we got backContinue reading “Down Stream”
Lake Cowichan, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. Lake Cowichan, Vancouver Island, B.C.
Looking at Lake Cowichan, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. Mary, Martin, and Weston down on the banks of Lake Cowichan.
Walking The Path, originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl. We stopped at Cowichan Lake and then walked the forest walk and floating walkway trail. Very cool and an absolutely gorgeous spot.
The Cascades Originally uploaded by Tokenhippygirl These are the kinds of scenes you can see when you go by train that you can’t see when you go by car.