Sunday, July 28, 2013

Sunday Hike

Ruth Lake
Unitah National Forest, Utah
Lots to see, not much to say. :-)

 See the NVO?
See the yellow-bellied marmot? 
See the three bucks? (one in the tree to the right)

Upper Provo River Falls:
Ahhhhhhh....a cherished Sunday hike.

17 comments:

  1. Well that looked like a perfect day! Gorgeous photos!!

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    1. You are right, Kim - it was a perfect day. Thanks for stopping by!

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  2. Lovely photos!! Thanks for sharing!!:)

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    1. You're welcome Preeti. Thank you for coming by.

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  3. Wow... How blessed are we to be surrounded by so much beauty. Thanks for sharing your hike with us...gorgeous pictures. :)

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  4. Wonderfully breathtaking!!

    Nice photos!

    Lluisa xx

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  5. Well a picture tells a thousand words so they say so I made up my own to your lovely photographs. Jo x

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  6. Lovely, lovely pictures.
    Hugs,
    Meredith

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  7. What a beautiful place Astri, lovely photo's! :)

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  8. you're right not much to say......WOW!!!...Norge on a kjempe scale!!!!! ha det Jeannette..x

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  9. gorgeous pictures! I loved seeing the lily pads pic, never seen them before in person.

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  10. Oh my Lord , Mrs Astri....what a beautiful place.Love the 1st picture more then the others....they all wonderful...but the 1st one is so beautiful.The mountains , the lake , the trees....wow ...what a wonderful place.I like them very much.
    The pasta salad you are showing in the last post (below) wow ...that is what I need right now....it's to hot in Texas...that is the perfect choice for today's dinner.
    Happy week!

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  11. Kjempefine bilder- for noen flotte fjell og flora!! Takk for at vi fikk bli med deg på denne fine turen! :-)

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  12. My goodness, what fabulous scenery. Thanks for sharing xx

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  13. C'est un très beau paysage. On ressent une impression de calme et de silence. Excellent endroit pour randonner.

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