Life outside my computer :)

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82 thoughts on “Life outside my computer :)”

    1. It was! We had to climb those roots to get there and I feel superhuman for making it to the top and back to the bottom with two live toddlers lol

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    1. It amazes me actually, the creative parts of the mind seem to come alive with the sounds of nature. I dislike the going home part:) but the kids have such a great sense of adventure and I am so happy they are learning to appreciate natural beauty. They may be the last American children with no video games!

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  1. You are a very talented photographer! My favorite picture is the one looking up the tree. I have shot many of those and not a single one looks as good as YOUR tree. Kudos – you are a tree spotter, too :))

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    1. Thank you:) my kids think it’s so funny that I will obsess over a single tree when there are thousands of them, I’m so glad someone else understands. I like clouds too lol

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  2. I could say a million things about how inspiring your photographs are but all I can focus on is how bloody adorable your boys are! xox

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  3. You obviously are multi-talented and photography is one of those talents. Washington and Oregon are a photographers dream come true. Love the tree/root pic. All of them are great. Thanks for sharing! Several would make awesome book covers. And of course who can resist cute little boys playing in mud? LOL

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      1. You’ve been camping, no? Hair that sticks up a mile over the head, morning breath that smells like a dragon fart and that charming dirt smudge next to the nose, nope no photos. I hold the camera!

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      2. You are too funny!
        I haven’t gone camping for about 15 years, so I’ve forgotten how beautiful one looks after a night of sleeping on a bed of rocks and prickly weeds. πŸ™‚

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  4. Yeah, a little late, but I’m so glad I saved this post to look back. Your own little private island and watering hole. I see the boys were already getting busy with the sand. Did they find/hid anything? Perhaps a message in a bottle? Okay, enough cliches. πŸ˜›

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      1. There’s a comic strip in our newspaper about two sisters and their kids. They go camping by a lake, and the 9-year-old brings home a crawdad and sticks it in the bathtub. It’s discovered by the older sister about to take a shower πŸ˜›

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