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Penny

This was a lovely post! I too collect rocks (and other bits and pieces). Whenever we travel I end up bringing home bunches of rocks, shells, etc. I wonder what the baggage handlers think! I always think of them as treasures. Thank you for sharing your words and pictures.

Misty

such beautiful pictures...and what a wonderful way to spend the day. I am missing my time at the beach collecting treasures so much right now. xoxo thinking of you!

Zorana

What a wonderful post! There is something magical about trees and it shows on your old cedar photos.

miss*R

I collect rocks and sticks too! I have them in bowls around my home, sometimes with a little tea light among them.
I sometimes find little pebbles left for me by the faeries..
want to swap a rock? I am serious :) but just a teeny one, not too heavy. it's ok if you don't want to of course, it is just a thought :)
I love this post, Katie, I felt like I was there with you.

Judy

You are like that strong cedar. And isn't home the most wonderful word in our language; like aum.

Tara Finlay

Looks like Paradise to me. I cannot wait for warmer weather so I can explore the lake again. It has been so cold here this winter and with the wind blowing off the lake...well, in April you need long underwear and a hood. I long to live in Washington. It feels like home.

Sharon at Norah'S

This was such a beautiful post and adventure you took all of us on. I could just imagine all the little forest faries watching you.

annie lockhart

when i lived in astoria, i could walk just up the hill from our home to an old growth area...i experienced a feeling there like no other...it's that strength...a feeling of being so connected to something so much larger than just myself...love that when the kids left you made a bee-line to the river...love the rocks...i too have my little stash of rocks...treasure times! annie

Sue

Wow! The photo with the tree and the moss is almost magical!
Sue

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