Thursday, August 9, 2012

A Piece of Wheat Field Heaven


This has been my husband's home for the last three weeks.  I kind of envy him.

However, should you doubt that we are all wheat fields here . . . .




This is why I love where I live!!

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  1. It kind of makes me feel itchy and hot...but it is beautiful to look at!

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    1. Thanks for making me smile this morning :)

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  2. Pretty--but I would miss trees. :)

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    1. Oh, but Dana - - there are mountains and trees all around us! We've got it all here!

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  3. You're in Walla Walla aren't you? Sadly, I didn't spend any time in E. Washington. It's beautiful and so different on that side of the Cascades.

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    1. Like two different gorgeous worlds!

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  4. Lavender fields? That is awesome!

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  5. I love the lavender fields and the mountain scene, Beautiful.

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    1. I will confess - - I don't like ANYTHING in August! Way too hot for me . . .but when it cools off, I feel like the most blessed girl in the world for all the beauty surrounding me!

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    1. I love that word - - glorious! Perfect description!

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  7. Does anyone like where they live in August? I've never lived anywhere, except maybe the Black Hills, that it wasn't hot in August.

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    1. The Black Hills just SOUND hot :)

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  8. It is ironic that I am the only member of our community on the mountain, who can eat wheat. Annie is getting good at gluten-free baking, including a multi-grained, brown bread. As for the August heat, I guess I'm the odd one out. I just put two ice cubes in my hat, and soak the neckerchief that covers my neck in cold water, every so often, and I'm good to go. It's the cold in the winter that challenges me. I loved the pics.

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    1. It all just adds to your charm, Mark :)

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  9. Beautiful! At first I felt an allergy attack coming on , but then remembered you said wheat, not hay!

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    1. Just tons of beautiful glorious golden wheat!

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  10. Packing now. Chicago has been driving me batty this week. Do I need to milk anything when I arrive? I'm not much of a milker.

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    1. No, Marianne, our milk comes in cartons. Although, it might be kind of fun to try. I'll get our guest room ready for you :)

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  11. It looks Great!! I envy him, too!!

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