Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Floods...

Along the CowRoad...

First of all, thank you so much for sharing your own experiences and your nice comments with me around yesterday's (difficult to admit to) post. Just saying it all out loud has made me feel so much better! In fact, I felt so much better that I have designed a new header with a bit more color.... {smile}

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So the last week or so just about all the roads in our valley have been flooded again. Everyday I have to check the map and the traffic cameras to decide which route to take. When we see pictures like this, we know not to go there!  <wink>


One of Miss M.'s classmates is an excellent photographer and he gave me permission to post this following picture. It was taken at one of my most favorite spots and I thought it was just amazing...


Yesterday and today the sun has been shining bright and I managed to snap a couple of pics in the valley also. All where you see water there normally is pasture land...

So today I'm going to do a bit of sewing for a friend and once it has warmed up a bit I think I will head out into the yard to do some weeding in the sunshine!

4 comments:

  1. Yes, fijn dat je je weer beter voelt!

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  2. Wat een mooie header en prachtige foto's! Fijn dat het wat beter met je gaat.
    xx

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  3. I hadn't realized that flooding was happening in that part of the world as well! I hope they subside soon, but they certainly do make for beautiful pictures.

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  4. I've missed you but now I know what's going on. That must be so difficult. I'm pass it and I didn't notice a thing which I'm so grateful for. Probably inherited from my Mum. But I have friends and they suffer like you do, and it seems so unfair that you feel this way.

    I remember the flooding from years before! It's wet, really!!!

    Agneta kram

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