Photo I Will Keep
Katney, your comments made me blush to the roots of my hair - and it's a long time since anyone did that!!Keep reading Renae - she writes some fantastic stuff!
Yes, those flagpoles of yesteryear seem to still linger in around here of the mountains... not many but a few.Great pictures!~Michele~Mountain Retreat- Canada
I liked the way the 2nd photo showed all the clouds rolling away.
Love these - nice contrast with the soft clouds and linear flagpole!
What lovely pictures and what a great history lesson. I really enjoyed my visit to your blog today. Have a great weekend and happy SWF.
Apparently it hasn't been a nice day, lol !
Hi Katney, great post.
Gattina, it was a lovely day. We had our jackets and our hot soup in a thermos. Doesn't take a chill breeze to dissuade us.We were a bit disappointed to drive quite a few miles to discover that the park had gone on winter openings just the week before. The gate was locked and so were the restrooms and interpretive center. We made do quite nicely by parking at the gate and wandering the grounds on foot.
thanks for the new knowledge! awesome swf!
nice .. I like flagpoles, flags and moody skies!:-Daryl
Never seen that before - a logical solution. Did they use lodgicalpole pine...Sorry :)
Learned something new.Glad you made he best of it!
Well, at least they solved the problem. Nice skywatch photos Katney.
Nice and patriotic for SkyWatch! Greetings from Iowa.
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