Living with the Land

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The sun goes down quickly up here in the mountains.  It’s dark by five o’clock.

There’s mist most mornings, covering everything, leaving the ground wet.

You can smell a clean, mineral-y smell when it rains and, often as not, there’s a rainbow once the sky clears.

The deer are everywhere just now, rutting and feeding up for the winter.  The other day I saw turkeys, big and beautifully-feathered.

Meadows have turned a dozen shades of brown, and gold, and grey.  They’re beautiful.

Up in the highlands, there’s snow on the ground.

I hope you are finding some time to be out with the land.

Photo by Greenman.  If you copy, please link back.

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