Monday, February 18, 2013

A Crisp Morning View



I stopped for a minute to capture the view from our house this morning. The morning unfolded into a lovely spring-like day - a wonderful way to begin the week.

39 comments :

  1. What a lovely way to start the day! The view is breathtaking!

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  2. How amazing. Thank you for sharing.

    Emily

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  3. What a great view !!!! Glad you are doing ok long break in posts . Have a wonderful start to your week

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  4. That is such an incredible view. The kind that one never grows tired of.
    Have a lovely wek!

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  5. It already looks like spring! Over here in Ontario we're still completely covered in a blanket of white.

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  6. Oh my, how lovely! Theta

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  7. What a spectacular view! I'm still waiting on those spring-like days! Hope you got to enjoy yours.

    xo Sarah

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  8. Coming from a VERY flat part of the country, this is a welcome sight. Stunning.

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  9. Dear Trina,
    What a million dollar view you have from your home. I once had someone tell me that in NYC an apartment's price can go up as much as a million dollars if they have a view of either the sunrise or the sunset. We live on a high point in Iowa in a turn of the century Victorian house and we can see both!!! Your view is off the charts. Love your blog... so inspiring!! Nancy

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  10. How lovely Trina, I hope you enjoy a hot cup of coffee as you look at the wonders of God's creation. You are blessed.
    xoxo
    Lisa

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  11. Hello, Wonderful - almost like Norway:-) love from Siv in Norway:-)

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  12. Love it! When we flew home from California this month via Seattle, we got to see all the lovely snowcapped mountains of Washington State. What a treat! Kit

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  13. Doesn't it just feel your heart with calm and peace when you face a view like this? Thank you for sharing, Trina.

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  14. Absolutely beautiful...it's all dark
    and cloudy over here where I live and we are expecting a rainstorm tonight lasting for a couple days and nights so they say......thank you
    for sharing the beauty where you live, Corinne

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  15. oh my goodness - that is gorgeous. enjoy the weather! it's freezing here outside of phila. linda

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  16. WOW!!!!

    That is absolutely amazing to someone from Ohio!

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  17. So beautiful! Your children will be growing up in an idyllic place.

    I love reading your blog.

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  18. I am amazed...for some reason I thought you lived in the country without a view such as this. Beautiful.
    Karen

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  19. WOW.. what a stunning view!

    Have a nice day. Here in Norway where I live there`s a lot of snow, the sun shines today and I´m at home with mye eldest daughter. We´re having winter-holidays now, and enjoying ourselves:)

    Line

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  20. Beautiful, we were up at the gorge and hood river on Saturday. It hailed and the wind was cold, and it rained and it was beautiful with the dark clouds and the water under it.
    Such magnificent views. Thank you for this picture too.

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  21. Dianne,
    This is Mt. Adams in Washington state.

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  22. Beautiful!! We've had some fantastic teaser days lately, haven't we?!
    Thanks for sharing your pretty mountain...
    xo J~

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  23. Lived in Tacom in 1970-71, near Ft. Lewis, and that was my view from my kitchen window. Being from South Alabama, homesick and pregnant (part of the time) this view kept me going on days when things seemed so bleak. We visited the area several years ago and the view of Mt. Ranier from the plane was like a friend welcoming me back to my old homel.

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  24. I was just going to ask if it was Mt. Bachelor or Mt. Hood but now I see that you posted Mt. Adams. So beautiful.

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  25. you live in such beautiful part of Earth.

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