"For in the true nature of things, if we rightly consider, every green tree is far more glorious than if it were made of gold and silver. "- Martin Luther
The sound of thunder threatened us all day. The rain held off until after sunset. It was a bit chilly on the mountain, but I still found time to go for a little walk in the woods. It is great to see the Frasier fur saplings do so well. I could tell a difference in some of my favorite hiking areas. The trees seem to be a tad bit thicker. This is a great sign. I love returning to the mountain each spring to see what change is happening in the forest.
3/17/2012 12:52:38 am
Looks like late spring. Happy St. Patricks Day to you and thanks for all the posts.
3/17/2012 03:28:43 am
Happy St. Patricks Day to you. Great pictures too.
3/17/2012 03:59:12 am
Allyson, we are headed up Monday on your first day for business and it looks like the weather couldn't be nicer. Last fall when we were up there the guitar at the Lodge needed some strings......is it still there and can I bring some new strings for it????
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3/17/2012 04:30:50 am
Thanks Eddie! That would be very kind of you to replace the strings. I am sure all of the wonderful guitar players we get on the mountain would greatly appreciate it. I know they don't want me restringing it :)
3/17/2012 05:14:06 am
Welcome back Alyson and mate.....enjoying your pictures and chat ,as always. Happy St.Patricks day ! ;-)
I think were coming up for a day hike this Thursday. Anything you need??? just let me know. I'll steal you some oranges from the wonderful Howard Johnsons. I think were going to hit you up before Florida instead of the way home. It will be a busy week! Let it rain til Thursday!! I'll come in and say Hello and get antother Medallion for my hiking stickl. My husband needs a new sweatshirt and maybe son a new tshirt, We'll keep you in bussiness, thats forsure!
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