Saturday, September 4, 2010

Reflections/ SOOC

Up the lazy river...

I hope everyone is enjoying the weekend!

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15 comments:

Brookville Journal said...

I was shocked.That looked a lot like the house we stayed in once up in Michigan on a fishing trip. It was almost the same.

Jenn Jilks said...

No lazy 'river' (lake) here. Winds are blowing, rain falling. What a day!
Glad to be indoors packing.

Jacob said...

This would appear to be a year-round residence...but whatever, it's wonderful and exemplifies some things I most treasure in life.

Re your Stone Creek comment: One of my good friends sold his house and bought one of these--$250,000 USD! He and his spouse traveled all over the U.S. for several years. Now they've settled down in a beautiful cabin in Tennessee.

It's so plush inside - two big screen TVs, a kitchen with all the latest appliances, etc., etc.

Pagan Sphinx said...

Having a river or two around is a very good thing.

Mine is reflections in the Connecticut River in western Massachusetts

here: pagan sphinx

Jan said...

Looks like a great spot for relaxation.

George said...

These are beautiful reflections. This would be a great spot for a holiday weekend.

kaye said...

so summery

ilanadavita said...

Nice and serene spot! Just what I would need.

see you there! said...

Looks like the perfect spot to spend a long weekend.

Darla

Jack said...

What a pleasant and restful spot. Thanks for sharing it with us.

Nessa said...

So relaxing and peaceful.

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

What a great backyard to have. A lovely scene and great reflections. Is that a small dog near the logs?

Small City Scenes said...

Not only is that a great reflection but it is also where I want to live. LOL
It would be nice to live on/or near the water. MB

Gattina said...

Beautiful reflections !

Reader Wil said...

This is also a perfect reflection! Actually we should collect all the reflections from all bloggers and publish them with poetry to go with them.
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