by Tammy Taylor
How beautiful! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures Thank you for sharing at last week’s Tuesdays with a Twist!
Beautiful Sunset!!! I finally made it back from my trip so my comments are late… Thanks for sharing at Tuesdays with a Twist! Looking forward to seeing what you share this week! http://back2basichealth.blogspot.com/2013/06/tuesdays-with-twist-12-with-more-guests.html
Gorgeous! Thanks for sharing this and your other posts with us at Eco-Kids Tuesday. Hope to see you again today! http://likemamalikedaughter.blogspot.com/2013/06/eco-kids-tuesday_25.html
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I featured this post at this week’s Weekend Whatever! Thank you so much for linking up!! Hope you consider joining us again this week :). http://ajoyfulmother.com/2013/06/22/weekend-whatever-74/
Oh thanks Sara – how exciting! ~TMR~
How beautiful! With a picture like this, words are definitely not needed. Thanks for linking this up to The Creative HomeAcre blog hop! : )
Thanks Kathy. It’s certainly a view that speaks to my heart. ~TMR~
Gorgeous! Thanks for sharing this on The HomeAcre Hop! Hope to see you again today! http://www.theselfsufficienthomeacre.com/2013/06/the-homeacre-hop-24.html
Beautiful!! Thanks for sharen at One Sharendipity Pl. this weekend! sue @the2women.com
Stunning and peaceful at the same time.
Thanks for your sweet compliment Gail. ~TMR~
Absolutely beautiful!! All of your pictures are so breathtaking and peaceful…makes me miss the country!
Oh Nannette, you are so kind – thank you!! ~TMR~
Beautiful capture, Tammy!
Thanks for your kind words Robyn. ~TMR~
That’s simply amazing scenery! The skies are always full of beauty.
Bettyl, I’m always amazed at the beauty that I see here. I never take it for granted, and it often takes my breath away. ~TMR~
hi!! i wanted to email you about moving from the city to the country…. moving from the city to the wide open country might be in my near future as well and i wanted to get your thoughts on it!!! the gentleman i am dating is a cattle rancher in ‘the middle of nowhere’ oklahoma.. and the thought of moving out of the city and living in the country for real is a little concerning.. plus it would mean being 5 hours away from my family… thanks for any and all insight! -lane
Lane, I can speak from my experience – I wanted to be out of the “concrete jungle” for years before I was blessed enough to land here. The place we call home now is beautiful, there’s no question about that. But more importantly it’s deeply meaningful, because I share this beauty every day with the Love of my life! ~TMR~
Beautiful! Hope it was a good day.
Thanks Gwen, it’s rare here that it’s not a good day! 😉 All we ended up getting from those frightening clouds was a little rain. Very little rain, but at least no storms. The bad stuff dissipated before it came over our ranch. ~TMR~
What a beautiful picture!! 🙂
Thank you for your kind words Candy. I still can’t believe I’m so blessed as to see this amazing sight every morning, – it never gets old for me. ~TMR~
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