1.02.2011

Where I Live

The Muses are doing a Where I Live series and I liked the idea, so I thought I would do a post of my own (yup, I am taking their idea and running with it). I may even make this a reoccurring theme.

Where I live seems like an easy thing to explain. Most people live in one place for months, if not years. In the last 15 years, I have lived in no less than 13 places. Between most of these places have been stints of travel, where I “live” in a hostel or a guesthouse, usually only for about 1 day at a time, sometimes five at most. So I really don’t stay in one place for very long.

However, between all these moves, different job locations and travels, the place I always go back to remains the same. This is where the love is; this is my family; this is “where I live”. 

Graeagle

Rock Creek

Salamander

The Feather River

Grizzly Dome

Pacific Crest Trail

Lupines and Mountains

Snowy Bridge

 Sorry about the heavy picture post but I think in this case, a picture IS worth a thousand words!

9 comments:

  1. Hi there,
    I found your blog through the blog hop! I love your pictures. I thought I was the only one crazy enough to move so much..we have crossed the Atlantic a few times with the kids, and we lived in several European countries. We have now lived in Texas for a while..We are considering heading back west again though..On top of all the moving I love traveling, my kids and hubby love it too.

    Jo

    http://joshealthcorner.blogspot.com/

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  2. so beautiful there. thanks for giving the muses a plug!

    much love and happy new year!

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  3. Hello there! Just stopping by on the blog hop. Love your blog and the great photos. Looking forward to my next visit. God be with you on your travels!
    Debbie

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  4. Are you feeling home sick already?

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  5. Wow its so pretty there. I miss the snow.

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  6. Lovely photos. You are welcome to be a guest on the Mortal Muses site anytime. :)

    xo tam

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  7. Thanks for sharing photos - what a beautiful area to call home!!

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  8. Hi, I'm following from the blog hop.
    I'd love a follow back at www.mikaspantry.blogspot.com
    Thanks,
    Mika

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  9. It's fun to compare your photo of Rock Creek with ours a week or two later!!! Wow! I'd like to link to your photo, if I might?

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