ALL SEASONS – ALL ABOUT ROCKS

 

Hello All Seasons Bloggers,

Enjoyed your experiences – in between school years – whether it’s summer or winter! And around the globe the difference  in weather is as the rainbow! Thank you, each one of you. for a superb post!

Can feel the excitement of who had an outing or made a trip. Anything out of the ordinary can refresh us or give us new inspiration!  Even trading in our (city) cars last week for a (used) four wheel drive, I feel like I’m not sticking so much anymore here in the mountains. I’m on a different  journey now:)

 

Uncanny how much we remember details of our vacations/holidays, and so little about our daily life (in my case)! What I came away with here is that man is small and. mountains represent so much time in history.

As most of you know I’m a big city dweller.  Which is so not the way I grew up! Also, I did all my travel after I got married. Don’t know if the point will ever come, I will resist moving  or traveling, but these extremely beautiful landscapes would be tempting to move in that direction and settle in  a “forever” home.

 

Left the car in the shot for comparison. These huge indentations look a little bit like bear claws. In the right one, you see  a white “line” which is a small waterfall. I could become a hermit, living here:)

 

 

 

When rocks take on the appearance of a castle.
Taken early in the morning, when the mist of the Kolob mountains has not totally cleared yet.

 

 

 

This tree is my hero!

Would you move one more time? Would you move to another country?

 

 

 

 

 

 

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18 Comments Add yours

  1. Debbie Smyth says:

    I often think about moving abroad, but never have. I love travelling, but I also love coming home, however briefly!

  2. Jackie says:

    I am meant to be a city girl. Born in Dublin, Ireland, raised in Montreal and lived the last 27 years in Toronto, a great city.
    We moved 6 years ago to a condo, still in the city and I spend most days wandering my town.
    Would I move again? Not planning on it, but do toy with leaving all this and moving to Mexico at times but not seriously. But then…who knows what the future will bring?

  3. Klara S says:

    Mountains are powerful…
    Thank you for hosting.

  4. Angie says:

    Interesting comment that we remember more about our vacations than our daily lives. It’s true. Sometimes when I sit down to reflect on my day I have trouble even remembering what I did! I would not move again …. so tired of moving. Just want to deeply enjoy where we are now! Thanks for hosting, and have a super week!

  5. tgeriatrix says:

    We moved at least 15 times, I think that’s it now. The circle has closed. But I always loved to travel and I still do…
    https://geriatrixfotogallerie.wordpress.com/2018/07/15/a-door-leading-to-a-hole/

  6. Your bottom photo of the tree took me back to long ago to a spot that my first husband and I climbed up and over when ascended the mountain at Twin Bridges on Hwy 50 to get to Desolation Wilderness. It’s nice to know I had those days. 🙂 Yes, I think I would move one more time. The Husband and I have considered moving to Hawaii. It’s still not off the table

  7. Jill Foley says:

    Funny you should ask the question about moving…my post this week is announcing our upcoming move! We aren’t moving far – an hour east – but we are excited. I’ve moved a lot in my life, but the past 9 years have been spent in the same community and we are ready for something new.

  8. Nature is so amazingly adaptable, given no choice about location this tree has to get on with life. Bravo!
    Thanks for hosting – have a great week Jesh.
    Ruby

  9. Jesh, would you please try again commenting on my blog. I’ve cheched settings on both blogs and they are set to anyone and annoymous. Otherwise I’m Ok with not receiving your comments – thanks!

  10. I love rocks, mountains and wilderness, Jesh.Much more so than sea and seaside. And yes, I’d move to another country at the drop of a hat provided I had incentive enough 🙂

  11. BERRIES says:

    PS: Thanks for hosting!

  12. PATHS says:

    I’ve had to choose one path rather another at a fork in the road many a time, Jesh. Would do it again!

  13. Giant bear tracks!!! (LOL)…. we always make up things we see in rock formations when we’re traveling through that kind of country. Such beautiful pictures. When we were full time RVers, everyplace we ever stayed we thought about whether or not we could live there forever. (Sometimes when we stayed in one place for a whole season , it really felt as if we did live there.) Fond memories of so many places!!

  14. I love being able to explore our amazing countries.

  15. Yes, I would move again, and hope to soon. I’d love to live in France for a time. Actually, I’d live almost anywhere for a short while to get to know the place, and its people. I love travel, and experiencing new places, people, and food!

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