Troutbirder II

Troutbirder II
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Tuesday, October 16, 2012

The Spirit of Fall

As you can see on a recent hike my beloved began collecting leaves. I never know what that woman will come up with next.

20 comments:

  1. Beautiful colors and arrangement. Isn't it great living in a place that has all four seasons? Sometimes you just feel ready for a change, and the seasons fill that need.

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  2. You are very fortunate to have such a talented Beloved! Beautiful leaves, well displayed. :-)

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  3. Awesome! Your beloved has much talent!

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  4. Oh my... she did good! Way to go Mrs. Troutbirder!

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  5. Now that is clever AND pretty!
    Great Job, Mrs. Troutbirder!
    :)

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  6. And beautiful it is! Way to go Ms. Troutbirder.

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  7. There's nothing like fall colors...I like this assortment!

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  8. I've got one, two, tree or so leaves. Feel free to stop by and take some back with you. She could do marvels with them.

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  9. thank you for linking in for leontien!

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  10. A lovely way to support Leontien!

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  11. I like it. Very creative. Thanks for linking up for Leontien. B

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  12. hey, perusing your blog i noticed mention of the Black Hills; u would enjoy Ranch Life and the Hunting Trail x TR, 1888 and Hunting Trips of a Ranchman, detailing his several years spent living on his Elkhorn Ranch where the ranch house back porch looked out on the river under the Cottonwoods. it was here TR realized that the west was becoming extinct but before he got over trying to kill everything he saw.
    but he did get over his bloodlust and as u know became passionate in preserving nature, bringing the first enforcement of rules in Y Stone NP where u might have wet a fly. unfortunately his rules did not prevent stocking Lake "Trout" which have effectively killed off the Y Stone Lake Cutthroat trout population. i count myself lucky to have caught and released a boatload of native cutts on the river from Fishing Bridge down to Gardiner, Mt. from 1995 through 2010 and lapped a lip over several pork ribs at the Roosevelt Lodge looking out the window at Specimen Ridge after sensational days on the river with Janie.
    steve of janie and steves utah outings

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  13. so creative. the leaf colors are so gorgeous. (:

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  14. That's pretty! Your sweetie is a creative woman!
    xo Catherine

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  15. I find it so sweet that you also join for Leontien....love Ria...xxx...

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  16. beautiful... so wonderful to see such kindness flowing.

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  17. beautiful... so wonderful to see such kindness flowing.

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  18. lovely array of nature's cast-offs - it reminds me of an autumn christmas tree - i'm collecting my own fallen leaves, as is usual for this time of year, but yours is a work of art!

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