Greetings from the Garden State!
wow, I miss the snow right now.
@Karen Mortensen -- Thank you so much!
@And Miles to Go -- I don't miss snow at all! Although it has been too hot. I wouldn't mind winter so much if it didn't seem to last so long and get so cold (last winter was just miserable).
I can almost feel that cool dry air.
@Beth F -- Yes, it was great. Not too cold, although it did snow heavily one day. But so pretty!
love that first one especially. and yes, I could use some dry, cool air as well about now.
Gorgeous! I am following back! I wish it would cool down here!!Emilywww.familyandlifeinlasvegas.blogspot.com
I love that State. Hubby and I met there 33 years ago.Great memories.My WW link for you
I have always loved Colorado! Especially snow covered Brackenridge! Beautiful pictures!
Gorgeous views!!! But, I'm not ready to give up summer yet!! Hey, I'll take a lil' bit of that snow just to cool off though!
@caite -- It's been so hot in New Jersey. I love summer and hate the cold, but I would like it somewhat cooler.
@Emily -- I've know that Las Vegas is so hot because of the desert climate. I don't think I could handle that extreme heat. Thanks for following!
Auntie E -- I'm glad that NJ has such great memories for you. Wow! 33 years! That's just great.
@Danielle -- Colorado is beautiful. I never went to Breckinridge, although I went to Aspen. The photos here are mostly from Eagle, CO, a very small town.
@gtyyup -- I want summer to last longer because the winter seems to last forever. I do love the fall, though, because it's so pretty.
A taste of winter in summer time!!See my Wordless Wednesday entry here and add your link!
@Heather -- Makes you feel cooler in all this heat!
I look at these and I want to go - but I know I'd be sooooo cold!
@Kelly -- Thanks!
@Au and Target -- Yes, it was cold! The air was refreshing, however, because I was at an elevation of about 6,000 feet. When I went to Leadville, CO, at an elevation of 10,000 feet, I felt sick and my ears hurt for days afterward.
I lived in Telluride for 10 years and in that time it never failed to snow at least one time every month. Including July and August. Luckily those just did not stick around.
@caitlin -- July and August??? I would have been miserable.
Hi! See you have become a follower of my blog. Hope you find things of interest there.I dolike your Colorado pics.Have many memories of staying with friends living close to a lake in Newark.Hot and steamy in the summer and beautiful snow and lights in the winter.
What a wonderful sight, especially after days of 100+ temps. I'm enjoying my visit from The Lady Bloggers!Margaret
@Barbara -- Thank you so much!
@Single and Sane -- It does make you feel cooler, doesn't it? It's been so hot!
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