Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Pastoral Setting


One of my favorite places on the farm. I sometimes stop my pick-up here and... (as my Dad used to say), "sometimes I like to just sit and think,,,but most times I just sit".

17 comments:

Mike ( ex scientia, veritas ) said...

I like your dad's wisdom!!

Mike ( ex scientia, veritas ) said...

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Ralph's Homespun Headlines said...

Cliff
I believe I could get a lot of 'thinking'done there myself.
Ralph

Rachel said...

What a lovely spot to stop and meditate! Are those bee hives in the distance on the right?

JUST A MOM said...

Thinking is OVER rated!!!! Where ya been?

Cliff Morrow said...

yes Rachel, those are beehives. A man from the neighboring town keeps them there. Things get pretty beezy on warm fall afternoons.

Anonymous said...

I just finished combining my last crop. Retirement may need some soul searching this winter so can I maybe use your spot until spring? Then it will be GOLF.
Blue

Paul said...

I was going to ask Rachel's question about the beehives. My dad was a beekeeper.

And if would be better if you didn't show those kind of pictures. Suddenly I'm learning what lust means.

Cliff Morrow said...

Have at it Blue. Man, that must have brought a tear to the eye. I'm afraid that would be like walking your daughter down the aisle. But,,,congrats and see you on the course.

Peter said...

We all seem to have a favourite spot Cliff, I must dig up a photo of mine sometime soon.

Jamie Dawn said...

That looks like a perfect place for mind numbing relaxation. Thinking is overrated.

Triplet Dads said...

that looks like the grove south of your house? Reminds me of Uncle Elmer...

Carolyn said...

What a wonderful place to be able to go. Makes me think of when we lived on the farm. I had a special place that I loved to go to. Ethan was just a baby then, and we spent many a warm day there. Haven't thought about that in years. Thanks for sharing.

Green-Eyed Lady(GEL) said...

Magical. I can easily see why it's restful. The woods is why we bought our home. (There's no farm here, but we do have a glorious wooded backyard.) I just donated a acrylic painting/collage I made to help raise funds to make a community multi-arts center a reality. It was a forest scene and I'm happy it sold before the auction. I hope it brings relaxation to the owner, like your spot does to you.

Anonymous said...

I saw something similar about online shopping store

Jerry said...

Cliff,
I bet I could have a swell nap at that hideaway. Everyone needs their Fortress of Solitude...even Superman.

Idgie @ the "Dew" said...

Ohhhh - bee hives hut thingies. I was just going to ask if you had a nice coffin that you stopped to visit now and again and who might be in it.

Phew - I don't want to think you're "too" nutty. :)