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Saturday, January 28, 2012

The Ranger to the Rescue

In a previous post, I shared a camping experience,
but had no photos to taunt you with.
After reading my blog,
The Ranger was kind enough to access his archived photos,
and send along a few.
I'd like to share them with you now.

Early morning mist.

Such serentity.  The lake is to the right, the ocean,
out of sight, is to the left, thus, a barrier beach.
The Leach's Storm-Petrels must have been nesting
in burroughs among the tree roots
in that stand of trees in the background.

My kayak is the red one.

Ocean side.

Does it get any better than this?
This is my life.
At least when the weather cooperates!!

Thanks, Ranger!!  I appreciate you.


22 comments:

M and M plus 3 said...

Looks like a nice place to get away!

Bob Bushell said...

A beautiful place, with the oceons, the tree and Storm Petrels, who could ask for more.

Simone de Klerk said...

How peaceful it must be there!!!

Stephanie said...

Big blue skies, fresh clean air. Beautiful and serene.

Just Ramblin' said...

You do live in a beautiful place. Nola

TexWisGirl said...

yeah, that brings the story home, alright. just beautiful!

Carole DeAngeli said...

What a spectacular place to camp! How lucky are you??!

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

What a blessing this post is to me today. Thanks for the nudge, I need to be here. (How I wish I was in real life today!) I am grateful to you for sharing these photos.

Carrie P. said...

Now that is a great life. What fabulous photos. Everything is so crisp and clean looking. What fun!

Marvin said...

Looks like a beautiful place to get away from all the distractions and concentrate on what really matters -- NATURE.

Roy said...

Lovely scenes Karen. The Ocean side shot is brilliant.

Kay L. Davies said...

I laughed and laughed at "my canoe is the red one"!!
How wonderful of the ranger to send you the photos. I enjoyed them, and it looks like a great place, with the ocean on one side and the lake on the other.
K

Linda said...

What a great place to play! You live a blessed life, don't you? Thanks for sharing these gorgeous pictures.

John said...

Looks like you had a wonderful experience. Beautiful and clean with plenty of fresh air and Storm Petrels as well. Just heaven. Lovely post Karen.

Dog-Walker said...

That's an awesome place to go camping. I don't know if you ever went snow camping. I'm going snow camping in February with my friends up in a cabin. That sounds fun, huh?

Rambling Woods said...

No..that is a good life..I asked my husband if I could get a kayak like our neighbor...he asked me if I wanted to die upsidedown in the water... yup he knows me well..

O'faigh said...

Hello Karen, enjoyed your photo's....hugs O'faigh

the cuby poet said...

Wow just love it reminds me so much of Scotland which I love so much.Thanks for sharing this beautiful place.

walk2write said...

It's more rugged than I'm used to, but what a delight it must be when the weather is nice.

Karen, I know you left a comment on my main blog, and I'm sorry but it got zapped somehow when I tried to publish it. Anyway, thanks for stopping by both of the blogs. The story one doesn't get added to very often. It's hard enough to keep up with one!

Linda Reeder said...

Wow! What a beautiful place!

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Gmama Jane said...

You are quite the outdoors woman aren't you? I like camping but I'm not quite as outdoorsy as you. I do love bird watching but you are what I call a professional. Now tell me, what is a "life bird"? Is that a once in a lifetime sight of a rare bird?
blessings
Gmama Jane