Photographic interlude

It’s time to turn away from philosophical epiphanies and metaphysical realizations to enjoy the beautiful landscape. Where am I, really? (For worried family members.)

Starting in the room in which I am currently anchored, through the large window you can see the surrounding forest. Past that are three sets of narrow, treacherous steps that I have to travel to navigate in and out of this B&B. Then out to more colorful trees and to the lake beyond.

1. THE VIEW OUT MY TINY LIVING ROOM WINDOW OF THE STREET BELOW (UNFORTUNATELY THE BUSIEST STREET IN SUDDEN VALLEY).

View out of my room

2. THE TRIPLE STAIRS TO MY ROOM

Deceptively formidable during the day…

Stairs

Treacherous at night. Navigating them in the dark is a real achievement if you are carrying groceries, purse, etc. and holding the leash of a strong, confident, “Let me go first!” dog.Horror show at night

3. TWO VIEWS OF THE ROAD ON WHICH SAMWISE AND I WALK FIRST THING IN THE MORNING

Road behind me

<Geek alert>

How many people spend their days off playing with Photoshop?

Side of road

4. DRIVING AWAY FROM MY TREE HOUSE TOWARDS CIVILIZATION

driving-toward-civilization

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2 comments

  1. …so beautiful…

    1. :) No credit, nature here is putting on her fall splendor. a blessing to watch.

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