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I own no land, instead I have wheelestate. I’ve been a full time RVer since 1997. Working summers as a Park Ranger takes me to many beautiful places and playing during the winter takes me to many more. This blog is simply the story of my life's adventures.

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Friday, December 24, 2010

Lookin’ a lot like Christmas

01 Snow along Iron Springs Rd N to Prescott AZ (1024x768)

Berta and I drove through a winter wonderland on the way to Prescott yesterday.

02 Snow along Iron Springs Rd N to Prescott AZ (1024x656)

Now I’m not much of a winter person. Don’t like to be cold which I’m prone to, but have to admit from inside a warm car these snowy views brought a Christmas smile to my face.

03 Snow along Iron Springs Rd N to Prescott AZ (722x1024)

Get to celebrate Christmas twice this year. Saturday local friends will gather to share a meal and good times.

04 Snow along Iron Springs Rd N to Prescott AZ (1024x768)

Monday, Mike’s family will come together, some of them anyway.

05 Snow along Iron Springs Rd N to Prescott AZ (1024x768)

My Christmas wish involves all the peoples of the world finding it within themselves to spread the love.

06 Male cardinal by feeder Yarnell AZ (1024x732)

11 comments:

Camels & Chocolate said...

Prescott is the closest town to where I used to work (Mayer)--crazy to see it under a blanket of snow! Can't believe you have snow in Arizona and we have nothing here in Tennessee...jealous!

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

I also HATE the cold!! Hope you enjoy your 'double' Christams day. Best wishes Diane

Maria said...

Merry Christmas to you! We also have some snow in Vienna, it's so pretty!

Abraham Lincoln said...

The cardinal sure made things brighter.

Merry Christmas to you and your family from me and Patty.

The Giraffe Head Tree said...

What a dark, cold looking snow. However, the warmth of family and friends will be sure to brighten up the days ahead. Merry Christmas, Gaelyn. Merry Christmas to Mike, too.

Mark Alan Meader said...

Hi Gaelyn:
Really dark and stormy-looking.
Normally I love the snow, but this last storm dumped almost 11" of rain up here on Mt. San Jacinito over 6 days.. if that had all been snow (as it could have been) we would be buried alive for the rest of the winter, so for once I am glad that it stayed warm and spared us the trouble,... especially this time of year when there are much better things to do than dig out from a monster storm:)
Best wishes to you and yours this Holiday Season. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
MAM.

Al said...

Have a wonderful Christmas. Please send some of that snow here, it's still incredibly warm and dry.

trav4adventures said...

I'm like you...I HATE to be cold, but I LOVE to see snow! Can't wait until we get some here in our local mountains! Happy Holidays!

Jo said...

Hope you enjoy your two celebrations, Gaelyn. I'm glad to have known you this year. Thanks for your visits to my blog. Blessings and (((hugs))) Jo

helena.heliotrope said...

That's the perfect amount of snow: just enough to look pretty, but not so much that driving becomes difficult. What a lovely landscape to travel through.

Hope you had a merry Christmas!

Johnny Nutcase said...

I hear ya - not much of a winter/cold person myself. I get cold way too easily, ugh. But agreed - snow sure is pretty :)

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