Saturday, July 5, 2008

Wyoming Vista

This is the Shirley Basin cut off between Laramie and Casper, taken on my drive home last week. Hopefully this illustrates why I love Wyoming so much.

I haven't been doing much this past week except recharging from my two week trip. The knitting needles have been idle, and the house is a mess. Yesterday, I did manage to clear off the piles mail on the kitchen table and even finished reading Forbidden by Suzanne Brockmann. A member of my knitting group loaned me the book over a month ago, and on Tuesday was eager to see what I thought of the author. I was ashamed to tell her I hadn't read it. The book was a quick summer read, very enjoyable. In fact, I enjoyed it so much that I started reading the other book she gave me Gone Too Far by the same author. I cannot remember the last time that I actually read a book: I have been spoiled by audio books because I can knit while I "read."

3 comments:

  1. That is a beautiful picture, Nancy!

    My nephew moved to Wyoming a few years ago, and loves it. He keeps trying to convince us we should move up there, too. ;-)

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  2. I love the view in your part of the country!

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  3. Beautiful! I remember how gorgeous the sky is there. Not sure if we were in that area, though I know we went through Casper on one of our camping out west trips. I remember feeling small compared to the big wide open spaces.

    Doing some blog walking this am, popped in from 25 Things for Charity.

    Have a great day, enjoy your summer, and stop in for a visit, the welcome mats always out.

    Sandy

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