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Wednesday

a speculation' haiku

4 days gift with kids
to a land nearby thats hot
even when its cold


our photo taken by new bride Annabel!





speculate.






(hint- its a special place in America since 1872 - special animals, rocks, waterfalls, mudpots, etc...)



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23 comments:

  1. Your back yeah.
    I LOVE LOVE LOVE this photo you two look awesome, but I was going to guess it was in Siberia Russia that may be just because of the hat:) America mmmm???
    I look forward to seeing and hearing more.
    Yeah for gifts from the youngin's :) B

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  2. some sort of geyser park? hope you had a great time!

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  3. Looks like Yellowstone Park to me.

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  4. Yellowstone! Love your new header photo.

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  5. OMG! I don't think I've ever seen a photo of the falls in Yellowstone as lovely as yours. I saw them only in harsh midday sun in the summer. So glad you've had some fun.

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  6. Unbelievably gorgeous! Where I spent most of my childhood and took it for granted! WOW!

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  7. Yup I have to guess yellowstone too, although my first guess was Hot Springs, but then you said waterfalls and mudpots. Love the header pic, it is georgeous!!!

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  8. I love, love, LOVE that photo of you and Mr. Foresterman. (in Yellowstone)

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  9. I don't know how I missed the good day post.....excellent post. All of the photos are great. That smile of yours is something else. Happy Belated Birthday to the "Man" what a keeper.I think you are both lucky to have each other...you make an attractive pair. Love the header shot.

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  10. Yellowstone was the first what got in my mind...even I´m not so educated in all US places...but we learn a lot in Sweden about you.
    You look very handsome together. The new header pictures is awsome...dont have any words more for that...Hugs from Sweden!!

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  11. I'm thinking Yellowstone too. The new header shot certainly has me in awe!! How beautiful! :)

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  12. One of my favorite places on earth. Been there four times and can't get enough of it. Beautiful Yellowstone.

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  13. Yellowstone! And this is the perfect time of the year to visit. My favorite? Mudpots!

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  14. I know that place- so beautiful..gotta be Yellowstone. Lucky you!!

    Your header photo is just awesome.

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  15. not sure if you are going or already back but either way Yellowstone is a beautiful place. Hope you have (or had) fun.

    Felicia

    PS loved your last post.

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  16. I needed to come back and say that I'm sorry about thromby. What a nasty houseguest. hope all turns out ok.

    Felicia

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  17. Yellowstone... My grandmother worked there in 1915 and I have half of her journal and photos documented on the side of my blog. 1915 was the last year horses were the means of transportation - the next years the automobile was introduced there. (LOVE your hat)

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  18. Some warm mineral springs in winter perhaps! Lovely photo!

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  19. LOVE yellowstone!
    love the yellowstone falls pic up top.
    glad you got to go!
    - The Equestrian Vagabond

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  20. When I lived in Jackson Hole, Yellowstone usually didn't have this much snow in October, and when the snow really arrived the park closed. Oh, you just made me remember a fox on the ice of frozen Jackson Lake in mid-winter. So quiet and beautiful. Anyway, I don't know if the picture is current or not, if not, it would be Yellowstone I think.
    Finally, thank you so much for your support during this awful week for Samson and me. Another vet visit tomorrow and we will know more. Meanwhile, I will think on that fox.

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  21. Yellowstone is fab... love your hat!

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