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trynfindit
Jul 30, 2016
This was a fun puzzle to do and one of the most beautiful mountain scenes I've seen.
robert0199
Apr 25, 2016
Anyone notice there is a lake behind the trees.
trynfindit
Jul 30, 2016
Yep
tshepherd24
Oct 15, 2014
This mountain landscape is so marvelous. God's creations are so wonderfully made.
dbnc2
Aug 6, 2014
So peaceful
a beautiful puzzle
didn't God make a beautiful world?
aussiesapphire
Jul 11, 2014
You can almost smell the fresh air and feel the peace and quiet.


"Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature's peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy, while cares will drop away from you like the leaves of Autumn." John Muir

"A woman is like a tea bag, you can not tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water." Nancy Reagan

(Nothing to do with mountains, but I thought it a good quote.)

May all your mountains be small ones or something you can tunnel through. Good night, God bless. Hugs.
abacii
Jul 13, 2014
That tea bag quote is good!
aussiesapphire
Jul 13, 2014
Hi abacii, where have you been? Haven't seen you on here in ages. Hugs.
abacii
Jul 15, 2014
I try to read your posts everyday. I don't usually login, but I'm starting to because I want to see if there are any replies. Hugs right back.
aussiesapphire
Jul 16, 2014
Thanks abacii, I am sure others are missing you as well. :)
susanjanefgm
Jul 17, 2014
Haha - lovely quotes as always - umm - gives a whole new meaning to being 'a bag'! - may you be strong ones!!
aussiesapphire
Jul 17, 2014
:)
CatLadyOKC
Jul 15, 2014
This one looks cooler than the beach one! Great Puzzle to do!
pixipixil
Jul 11, 2014
A place to be alone--no houses, no factories, no roads. Not many of those left in our state although we can drive to the Adirondacks in a couple of hours and there is supposed to be plenty of wilderness there. Never really hiked wilderness. Did mountain climbs a few times but always on trails. Not a fan of that. Too much work for a distant view. BUT I love living in the mountains except for one thing--not much sun. Still the beauty and awe they inspire offset that and when the sun does come out? OH WHAT GLORY!!!!!
May you all find a place that you can get to easily or stay that can lift your hearts.
bbletsgo
Jul 11, 2014
I love the mountains also, look forward to seeing this just about every year!
JoyceRogers
Jul 12, 2014
Pixi - you should come to Colorado and visit our mountains - lots of them and we have sunshine about 350 days a year! Maybe not all day, but a good portion of it...

When I see scenes like this (and I do almost daily! ) it reminds me of the 2nd verse of my favorite hymn:

When through the woods and forest glades I wander,
And hear the birds sing sweetly in the trees.
When I look out o'er rocky mountain grandeur,
And hear the brook, and feel the gentle breeze.
Then sings my soul, my Savior, God to Thee,
How great Thou art, how great Thou art.
Then sings my soul, my Savior, God to Thee,
How great Thou art, how Great Thou Art!

Blessings to all and have an enjoyable weekend!
pixipixil
Jul 12, 2014
One of my favorite hymns, too, Joyce. I have been to your state. let me tell you about it. We were bumped from our flight and got a free rt ticket anywhere in the US and I picked Colorado to see.
Before we left I was thanking God for all the beauty I saw here. After visiting CO for 2 weeks--we started at Idaho Springs, visited the museums in Denver & the butterfly haven (made me cry it was so wonderful) then to Manitou Springs which I loved--up Pike's Peak, saw the 7 waterfalls, Garden of the Gods, went southwest thru Monarch to see Black Canyon of the Gunnison (truly awesome) then retraced steps a bit to go north to Crested Butte--
love Gothic Mountain--did a pastel of it--then looped down past Monarch and up thru Leadville to Lake Dillon--another pastel there--then flew back from Denver. It was such a beautiful experience it took 6 months before anything where I lived looked even "nice" much less beautiful again.
So did I love Colorado? OH YEAH!!!!!!
You are most fortunate to live there.
JoyceRogers
Jul 12, 2014
Sounds like you had a wonderful trip! You saw places I still haven't seen yet. It's a large state! I grew up in Colorado Springs so I know those areas well. I even worked as a teen at "Santa's Workshop, North Pole, Colorado" at the foot of Pike's Peak, and as a Boy Scout Leader I have camped out a LOT in many places in the mountains. Lots of memories in my old stomping grounds! Now I just enjoy looking out my back window and enjoy the view!
pixipixil
Jul 13, 2014
You had fires recently. I was so sad to hear that as I love your area. Manitou Springs also flooded last year wasn't it? Still I wish I had a porch down the road a ways from yours. I could really enjoy mountain gazing.
JoyceRogers
Jul 14, 2014
Yes, it seems we've had more than our share of natural disasters here lately. I know of several of my friends who lost their houses or were evacuated from both fires and floods. Insurance has helped them all very well and they have built new homes or rebuilt the old ones that had lesser damage. My husband and I spent several weekends helping our son tear down walls in his basement because water seeped in from below up to around 18 inches deep. (Actually, I got to hold the new granddaughter while everyone else did all the work - it's a tough job but someone has to do it! ) They lost several boxes of "stuff" that they had stored down there as well as the brand new carpet they had just installed in the guest room that they were building in the basement. We all thought that insurance or the Red Cross would help them with some of the costs, but they said that since the water came UP through the ground instead of flowing DOWN through window wells that insurance didn't cover it.(?!? ) After a whole lot of clean up and decontamination for molds and mildews, they decided to wait to rebuild until they can afford it. So it's still all torn up...

We've had a Lot of rain, hail, thunderstorms and a few tornados this year, but I haven't heard of many fires thankfully. The blessing of all the forest fires the last couple years is that all the beetles that were killing off entire forests are almost all gone, and new growth forests are beginning with all the rain we've had. I see God's hand in all of it! Isn't it amazing how He plans all this out? It's almost like a phoenix rising from the ashes!
pixipixil
Jul 14, 2014
Sorry to hear about your son's bad luck with first the flooding and then the insurance. Oh those policies are tricky. We just got a roof mostly covered for replacement from hail damage but would not have even known to get it done if a roofer hadn't pointed it out to us. We have to keep on top of the trees in the back that there are no dead or diseased branches because the insurance would only cover damage from healthy ones falling on something. It reminds me of the daffy duck/Porky pig cartoon where Daffy sells Porky insurance with so many ridiculous provisions but Daffy being the unlucky person he is still has to pay off as all the necessary conditions come together to make Porky's policy valid. My dad worked for insurance all his life and he hated every minute of it. Will pray for your son to get some help with his finances. Give him and his family my best wishes.
JoyceRogers
Jul 14, 2014
Thank you Pixi, I will! I really understand the roofing issue. Every time we get a hail storm, within hours the neighborhood is swarmed with roofers going door to door offering their services! Every time the door bell rings I want to open the door carrying a fly swatter! But even with the annoying "provisions, " Insurance really does come through when it comes to hail storms. Last month we had one whopper of a hail storm...We called our insurance agent, he came and inspected, and the very next day he showed up with a check to cover not only the roof, but also new siding, painting, window screens, and even lawn furniture! We have signed with a contractor for the repairs, but we will wait until hail season is over before we have the work done. Don't want to have to do it twice in one year! So even though that insurance check is hard to swallow sometimes, its nice to know that someone's got your back in hard times!
pixipixil
Jul 14, 2014
Glad all your insurance experiences have not been bad ones. That golfball sized hail and now it's gotten even bigger scares the daylights out of me.
So far our hail has not been huge yet...just big.
vmarie
Jul 13, 2014
Pixi and Joyce have said it all. Beautiful view.
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