Sort of a Homemade Christmas Card

Merry Christmas Ted and Jody:

Warmest Regards, Ed

 

PS: I took the day off from fiction yesterday and will do the same today.  However, I do not know how much reality I can take without diving back into the fictional world of the Amanda Saga.  I did find an image appropriate for today in my archives.  20161218_0836 4 shot Panorama ns email.jpgThis one is from all the way back on December the 18th of this year taken on one of those days we had a touch of winter?

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Retired University Professor
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4 Responses to Sort of a Homemade Christmas Card

  1. Nice splash of gold in amongst all the blue, 🙂 I find on the whole fiction is much nicer than reality, will look forward to the next installment when you’ve had enough 🙂

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  2. Thank you. I do enjoy the scenery where I live. There is a visitor’s center (Tourist Center) about 6 miles west of me where tourists go to look at the mountain to the east. I have lived here 10 years and still stop there at least once a week as they have a nice view.
    I have had about all the reality I can take, so there will be fiction on the morrow.:-)
    Ed

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  3. beetleypete says:

    The photo worked well, and looked as if was taken a lot further north.
    I hope that you enjoyed your break from the keyboard.
    Best wishes as always, Pete.

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  4. Thank you, Pete. That was the 18th. Today there is no ice, no snow and lots of rain.
    Warmest Regards, Theo

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