Monday Zen and other Unsure Things
This looks a bit wild! The trees are bent in so many directions, as if the wind was constantly swirling around them.
Oooh aaah--works for me!
It's a fantasy of mine to have a place like this to sneak off to.
Snow...yeah...it snowed again last night...
Ooooh, psycho hillbilly territory. Looks like a great place to make a "spam in a cabin" movie.
A little out of the way place!V
Sorry about the snow, Chieftess.Dive, that's going to change my fantasy.Virginia, it's just a short hike away from town.
Tell you what Petrea, you can have it when it's warm and sunny, and I'll take over when it's cold and blowy and maybe a little wet.As long as we're indulging fantasies.
jmgrimes, that would be sweet. Can I spend time, too?
Wait. Yes, but. I want a fire in the fireplace on chilly nights.
That looks like a nice place for a walk or hike; for taking photos. It's sunny and in the 70s with a gentle breeze. We have picnic lunches in our backpacks. And there aren't any psycho hillbillies, although we may run into Hugh Jackman along the way. :-)
....or maybe Colin Firth....
Or maybe 7 dwarfs returning from a day in the Dawn gold mine? Your photo makes it look so romantic and isolated.
I thought about it for a while. I can't think of anyone better than Colin Firth or Hugh Jackman. They're superb.Surely though, there must be a long list? Just not in my head tonight, apparently.
What a delightful looking get-away cabin! Any chance there's a hot tub and wine cellar? That would help on these chilly nights before the weather turns really warm.
Hugh's a bit too young...Colin...getting better...but my fantasy boyfriend is Liam Neeson!!! With Harrison Ford and Denzel Washington as runners up!!!
Oops!!! How could I forget Pierce Brosnan????
Or, as long as we are traveling this road, Denzel or Antonio? Nah, I'll stick with JM.
A number 2 and legal pad is really enticing.
There's a new movie out starting a more current crop: Jamie Foxx and Channing Tatum, speaking of hot tubs and wine cellars.
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