Monday, October 16, 2017

Nature

 Making a couple of these for granddaughter's nursery.

 Apple cake.
 At the Cheyenne River.


 In the backyard
 My husband and his brother looking at the Cheyenne River.



 Milkweed
 Open fields
 Old bridge that is now closed
 Weird weed by the old bridge
 Family from Norway settled here years ago and now the house is a museum that sits in the Cheyenne River valley. This is literally in the middle of nowhere but indeed a beautiful place.






 State park

 Taken from car in our way home

Sunday early morning greeted me with a layer of frost on every leaf on the ground that looked like sugar frost. The temps are lower than September but not too bad. Right now it's 63 degrees outside with beautiful sunshine. Wishing you beautiful and peaceful days full of sunshine. XOXO
Angela

23 comments :

  1. oh apple cake.. was kind of hard to pay attention to anything else.. all I was doing was thinking of apple cake.. could almost smell it.

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  2. It looks like a great excursion, Angela. I enjoyed the visit!

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  3. Your post made me smile, had you experience lots of rain the river looks very muddy? Love those autumn colours. Sarah x

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  4. Frost? No way! I think it's coming here soon. I am not looking forward to it. Love the pictures, so beautiful.

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  5. Autumn, applecake and a nature full of colours...lovely! Beautiful post from you :)
    Have a great week, take care.
    Titti

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  6. You are so kind to visit and leave a comment!! I do appreciate it!! Thank you!

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  7. Beautiful scenes you have shared with us, dear Angela! I especially love the field surrounded by the fall colors and the two 'pumpkins' at the edge. The valley photos are wonderful. You are making some sweet things for the new little one - I'm sure you are putting lots of dreams and wishes inside! Apple cake sounds so good to me right now. We are having stormy weather. Sending hugs and blessings your way. xx Karen

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  8. A lovely fall post....the apple cake really looks good!

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  9. Beautiful photos, thank you for sharing.

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  10. Angela, I loved this beautiful post. It has brought a smile to my face and joy to my heart. Each photo tells the story of fall in your part of the world in all its gorgeous colors and simple pleasures. The apple cake looks scrumptious. Love the old settlers' cabin, the bridge, the glorious fall leaves and plants. Thank you for sharing. Hugs, Nancy

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  11. Love the beautiful photos! This looks so much like our lovely scenery around here. Your photos of the bridge, autumn colors, and thistle flower are gorgeous!

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  12. We too live in rural north - of UK. lol!

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  13. Thank you ladies for your visit and comments!! :)

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  14. Angela, you have a beautiful back yard! I adore trees. Your photos are all wonderful and filled with Autumn colour. Thank you for your visit and sharing with us.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  15. The pouch which you have made for your granddaughter school looks good and simple. Apple cake looks yummy! Enjoyed seeing all your pictures. Breaking of Milkweed looks super...

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  16. What a joy to visit and see all the signs of Autumn and great photos. The apple cake looks delicious. Thank you for your sweet visit.

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  17. PRECIOSAS FOTOS!!!!
    Y ESA TORTA DE MANZANA!!!ME ENCANTA.
    SALUDITOS

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  18. Olá, lindas imagens e um bolo de maçã delicioso. Feliz semana. cumprimentos.

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  19. My husband's fraternal grandparents and great uncle immigrated from Norway and Germany. They homesteaded in a small valley in Idaho. :)

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  20. So beautiful photos here!
    Warm greetings from Finland! Have a nice weekend,
    Piipe

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  21. What sweet gifts for your daughter's nursery! And the pictures are so beautiful of fall in your area, I was particularly intrigued by the cabin settled by a family from Norway, imagine raising 9 children in such a small place... I can't! Nice to see the pretty fall colors on your drive too! Our fall ended abruptly with the arrival of 8" of snow today, and more on the way tomorrow! Blessings to you :)

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  22. You live in such a beautiful place! I love the Norwegian settler museum. We used to have a great little Norwegian village in southern Wisconsin, called Little Norway. But it went out of business a few years ago. Very sad because they had gathered at least a dozen original buildings!

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