Where are the billboards?Did you shop them out?
Alaska doesn't have billboards, Ed. The State legislation used to be filled with caring, intelligent people, who decided long ago that signs would be a blight on this magnificent landscape.
That's some mighty pretty countryside Rev.
Sarge - I can only agree. In fact, flatlands make me nervous. :)
Octothorpe Jealous. Looks beautiful Reverend.
Thank you, TB - we're powerfully blessed to live here.
Pretty, until you're ass deep to that moose in snow and trying to get to work. :-)
The roads will either have been plowed, or heavily-driven-through. My driveway up here on the hillside, however, is all up to us. We'll find out just how good that new snowblower is, fairly soon.
Absolutely beautiful scenario, I have trees, but no mountains.
Senior, I grew up on the edge of the Ozarks, so rolling hills and forest are familiar, and the mountains here have become home. "Flat" just feels wrong, somehow, like something's missing. But everyplace has its own beauty, and I'm sure you love your area, too.
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