The sunrise on Wednesday, July 21.
It was very cool when we woke up. The temperatures in the evenings go down around 55 degrees and during the day we enjoyed 70 degree temps. This is a big difference from the 100 degree heat that we are accustomed to. We loved every minute of it.
This is the view from our deck. Simply amazing.
On the distant mountains you can see there is still snow at the peaks. The first thing that I noticed was how quiet it was here. I believe I only heard two planes total during our entire trip. Pine trees as far as the eye can see that filled the air around us. It was like sleeping in an X-mas tree lot.
If you're in a war, instead of throwing a hand grenade at the enemy, throw one of those small pumpkins. Maybe it'll make everyone think how stupid war is, and while they are thinking, you can throw a real grenade at them." - Jack Handy
Ron shot one and we fed off of delicious venison for the rest of the trip, we still have some jerky left.
That's a lie.......we're all out of jerky ;)
At this point I didn't realize that I was using the record function wrong on my camera. I blame the engineers at Sony!
Again, I still didn't realize that I was using the camera wrong. What I didn't record was as Lucie approached the deer, they all took off running except on huge deer with enormous antlers. This huge deer never broke eye contact with Lucie. Lucie was not too happy with the deer staring at her. At one point she dropped down into a play bow after which she sprinted back behind both of us. We made a point to keep our distance as we made our way back to our house and the huge deer finally took off into the woods. Once I looked at my camera back at the house I realized that I was not using the camera properly. Just my luck!
Coming Soon - FJ Summit and our first Sunset