Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Why I keep going in spite of the wicked squirrels. (A Textless Tuesday post.)







35 comments:

  1. Seeing scenery like that I can understand why. :)

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  2. MAGNIFICENT photos, girl!

    That last one took my breath away!

    Thanks for sharing the beautiful views!

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    1. We're in the foothills of the Smokies, and in the last one you can see why they get their name.

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  3. maybe they make a squirrel repellant...smiles

    lovely views...

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  4. What a "relaxing" way to enjoy your run! It is a beautiful setting.

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  5. Yeah those squirrels don't know good they have it, living in a place like that.

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    1. They sure don't - good weather, plenty of food.

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  6. Must not be Georgia, or Carter's killer rabbit would be after you instead of squirrels.

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    1. We get those here, too. I have rabbits in my yard most mornings.

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  7. Beautiful, even if totally squirrel-infested!

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  8. It looks astonishingly quiet and peaceful. Not a soul to be seen. Yes, I can see why you shrug off the squirrels.

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    1. There are often other people out there, but the mornings are usually quiet.

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  9. Calgon take me away.....these pictures are gorgeous!

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  10. Have been off the grid for a while, so am just catching up with your last several posts. Hilarious about the squirrel attacks...from here, anyway! Hope they have been sufficiently scolded and will leave you alone. Don't they know it's not nice to attack a lady?
    The pathway looks so relaxing. But for a walk, not a run!

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    1. I walk there more often than I run, but sometimes I really feel like running.

      And I think squirrels are pretty self-focused.

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  11. Yep, I'd keep going too. Looks like paradise to me.

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  12. I'll have to go back to understand the context of your title but I can't imagine squirrels being any more plentiful than they are around here. Black garbage-eating ones.

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    1. We just have the gray ones, but man are they active little things!

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  13. More than enough reason to keep going.

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