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The seasons they are a'changing

Posted by Paul Roberts on Thursday, October 10, 2013

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Fall is beginning to flow into winter in the Rocky Mountains. My fireplace is twinkling as the first flurries of snow have begun to swirl.

My backyard extends into the forest. My existence hugs close to nature.

I have a house full of instruments and I journey along the sound waves.

And, how are You, banjo people of the universe?  

5 comments on “The seasons they are a'changing”

Spoekenkieker Says:
Thursday, October 10, 2013 @10:51:16 AM

Oh, PLEASE don’t stay away THAT long 3:-)

Debs Says:
Saturday, October 19, 2013 @1:44:46 PM

Autumn is coming here in England too. The leaves on the trees are turning to myriad shades of brown, russet and gold. I look out of my windows and am lucky enough to see only the trees, the fields and the creatures of nature. No snow here yet, but it won't be long. The log-burners are blazing; the house is cosy and warm, and I realise how lucky I am to live somewhere so beautiful. And I have my banjos, which give me great pleasure. Life is good!

Paul Roberts Says:
Saturday, October 19, 2013 @5:31:25 PM

Debs, thanks for writing. Sounds like we're on the same wave length with the season, log burning and music. On my way home from my walk in the forest this evening I was greeted by 9 deer below my house. I had my camera because I was taking some pictures for a dear (pun) friend in New Zealand. The deer occupied a wide circumference. We all just stood there for the longest time - them looking at me, and me looking at them, and taking pictures. Life is good!

Spoekenkieker Says:
Monday, October 21, 2013 @3:26:24 PM

Paul Roberts Says:
Monday, October 21, 2013 @6:12:06 PM

The heart's a good muscle to exercise - makes me feel alive! Happy autumn.

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