Michele Cornelius2013-04-16 21:11:03
"Trees are poems that earth writes upon the sky,
We fell them down and turn them into paper,
That we may record our emptiness."  ~Kahlil Gibran

I spent some time with ancient cottonwood trees in California, and am enjoying manipulating them.  I haven't been submitting to themes lately, but it is +Tree Tuesday ,   #treetuesday  with +Allan Cabrera, +Christina Lawrie and +Shannon S. Myers. 
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  • Michele Cornelius2013-04-16 21:11:03
    "Trees are poems that earth writes upon the sky,
    We fell them down and turn them into paper,
    That we may record our emptiness."  ~Kahlil Gibran

    I spent some time with ancient cottonwood trees in California, and am enjoying manipulating them.  I haven't been submitting to themes lately, but it is +Tree Tuesday ,   #treetuesday  with +Allan Cabrera, +Christina Lawrie and +Shannon S. Myers. 
  • 107 plusses - 94 comments - 16 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-04-16 21:11:03
    "Trees are poems that earth writes upon the sky,
    We fell them down and turn them into paper,
    That we may record our emptiness."  ~Kahlil Gibran

    I spent some time with ancient cottonwood trees in California, and am enjoying manipulating them.  I haven't been submitting to themes lately, but it is +Tree Tuesday ,   #treetuesday  with +Allan Cabrera, +Christina Lawrie and +Shannon S. Myers. 
  • 107 plusses - 94 comments - 16 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-04-16 21:11:03
    "Trees are poems that earth writes upon the sky,
    We fell them down and turn them into paper,
    That we may record our emptiness."  ~Kahlil Gibran

    I spent some time with ancient cottonwood trees in California, and am enjoying manipulating them.  I haven't been submitting to themes lately, but it is +Tree Tuesday ,   #treetuesday  with +Allan Cabrera, +Christina Lawrie and +Shannon S. Myers. 
  • 107 plusses - 94 comments - 16 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-04-16 21:11:03
    "Trees are poems that earth writes upon the sky,
    We fell them down and turn them into paper,
    That we may record our emptiness."  ~Kahlil Gibran

    I spent some time with ancient cottonwood trees in California, and am enjoying manipulating them.  I haven't been submitting to themes lately, but it is +Tree Tuesday ,   #treetuesday  with +Allan Cabrera, +Christina Lawrie and +Shannon S. Myers. 
  • 107 plusses - 94 comments - 16 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-04-16 21:11:03
    "Trees are poems that earth writes upon the sky,
    We fell them down and turn them into paper,
    That we may record our emptiness."  ~Kahlil Gibran

    I spent some time with ancient cottonwood trees in California, and am enjoying manipulating them.  I haven't been submitting to themes lately, but it is +Tree Tuesday ,   #treetuesday  with +Allan Cabrera, +Christina Lawrie and +Shannon S. Myers. 
  • 107 plusses - 94 comments - 16 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-04-16 21:11:03
    "Trees are poems that earth writes upon the sky,
    We fell them down and turn them into paper,
    That we may record our emptiness."  ~Kahlil Gibran

    I spent some time with ancient cottonwood trees in California, and am enjoying manipulating them.  I haven't been submitting to themes lately, but it is +Tree Tuesday ,   #treetuesday  with +Allan Cabrera, +Christina Lawrie and +Shannon S. Myers. 
  • 107 plusses - 94 comments - 16 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-04-16 21:11:03
    "Trees are poems that earth writes upon the sky,
    We fell them down and turn them into paper,
    That we may record our emptiness."  ~Kahlil Gibran

    I spent some time with ancient cottonwood trees in California, and am enjoying manipulating them.  I haven't been submitting to themes lately, but it is +Tree Tuesday ,   #treetuesday  with +Allan Cabrera, +Christina Lawrie and +Shannon S. Myers. 
  • 107 plusses - 94 comments - 16 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-04-16 21:11:03
    "Trees are poems that earth writes upon the sky,
    We fell them down and turn them into paper,
    That we may record our emptiness."  ~Kahlil Gibran

    I spent some time with ancient cottonwood trees in California, and am enjoying manipulating them.  I haven't been submitting to themes lately, but it is +Tree Tuesday ,   #treetuesday  with +Allan Cabrera, +Christina Lawrie and +Shannon S. Myers. 
  • 107 plusses - 94 comments - 16 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-04-16 21:11:03
    "Trees are poems that earth writes upon the sky,
    We fell them down and turn them into paper,
    That we may record our emptiness."  ~Kahlil Gibran

    I spent some time with ancient cottonwood trees in California, and am enjoying manipulating them.  I haven't been submitting to themes lately, but it is +Tree Tuesday ,   #treetuesday  with +Allan Cabrera, +Christina Lawrie and +Shannon S. Myers. 
  • 107 plusses - 94 comments - 16 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-04-16 21:11:03
    "Trees are poems that earth writes upon the sky,
    We fell them down and turn them into paper,
    That we may record our emptiness."  ~Kahlil Gibran

    I spent some time with ancient cottonwood trees in California, and am enjoying manipulating them.  I haven't been submitting to themes lately, but it is +Tree Tuesday ,   #treetuesday  with +Allan Cabrera, +Christina Lawrie and +Shannon S. Myers. 
  • 107 plusses - 94 comments - 16 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-04-16 21:11:03
    "Trees are poems that earth writes upon the sky,
    We fell them down and turn them into paper,
    That we may record our emptiness."  ~Kahlil Gibran

    I spent some time with ancient cottonwood trees in California, and am enjoying manipulating them.  I haven't been submitting to themes lately, but it is +Tree Tuesday ,   #treetuesday  with +Allan Cabrera, +Christina Lawrie and +Shannon S. Myers. 
  • 107 plusses - 94 comments - 16 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-04-16 21:11:03
    "Trees are poems that earth writes upon the sky,
    We fell them down and turn them into paper,
    That we may record our emptiness."  ~Kahlil Gibran

    I spent some time with ancient cottonwood trees in California, and am enjoying manipulating them.  I haven't been submitting to themes lately, but it is +Tree Tuesday ,   #treetuesday  with +Allan Cabrera, +Christina Lawrie and +Shannon S. Myers. 
  • 107 plusses - 94 comments - 16 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-04-16 21:11:03
    "Trees are poems that earth writes upon the sky,
    We fell them down and turn them into paper,
    That we may record our emptiness."  ~Kahlil Gibran

    I spent some time with ancient cottonwood trees in California, and am enjoying manipulating them.  I haven't been submitting to themes lately, but it is +Tree Tuesday ,   #treetuesday  with +Allan Cabrera, +Christina Lawrie and +Shannon S. Myers. 
  • 107 plusses - 94 comments - 16 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-04-16 21:11:03
    "Trees are poems that earth writes upon the sky,
    We fell them down and turn them into paper,
    That we may record our emptiness."  ~Kahlil Gibran

    I spent some time with ancient cottonwood trees in California, and am enjoying manipulating them.  I haven't been submitting to themes lately, but it is +Tree Tuesday ,   #treetuesday  with +Allan Cabrera, +Christina Lawrie and +Shannon S. Myers. 
  • 107 plusses - 94 comments - 16 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-04-16 21:11:03
    "Trees are poems that earth writes upon the sky,
    We fell them down and turn them into paper,
    That we may record our emptiness."  ~Kahlil Gibran

    I spent some time with ancient cottonwood trees in California, and am enjoying manipulating them.  I haven't been submitting to themes lately, but it is +Tree Tuesday ,   #treetuesday  with +Allan Cabrera, +Christina Lawrie and +Shannon S. Myers. 
  • 107 plusses - 94 comments - 16 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-04-16 21:11:03
    "Trees are poems that earth writes upon the sky,
    We fell them down and turn them into paper,
    That we may record our emptiness."  ~Kahlil Gibran

    I spent some time with ancient cottonwood trees in California, and am enjoying manipulating them.  I haven't been submitting to themes lately, but it is +Tree Tuesday ,   #treetuesday  with +Allan Cabrera, +Christina Lawrie and +Shannon S. Myers. 
  • 107 plusses - 94 comments - 16 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-12-27 20:40:27
    Three feet of fresh snow!  Yippee!!!  It is hard to hike cross country here since we have deep hummocks, chest high fireweed and willow brush.  Enough snow smooths out the bumps and we can snow shoe over the top of it and go anywhere.  Plus the bears are sleeping!  This is a strange photo, but I like the weird shadows...  
  • 110 plusses - 76 comments - 14 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-12-27 20:40:27
    Three feet of fresh snow!  Yippee!!!  It is hard to hike cross country here since we have deep hummocks, chest high fireweed and willow brush.  Enough snow smooths out the bumps and we can snow shoe over the top of it and go anywhere.  Plus the bears are sleeping!  This is a strange photo, but I like the weird shadows...  
  • 110 plusses - 76 comments - 14 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-12-27 20:40:27
    Three feet of fresh snow!  Yippee!!!  It is hard to hike cross country here since we have deep hummocks, chest high fireweed and willow brush.  Enough snow smooths out the bumps and we can snow shoe over the top of it and go anywhere.  Plus the bears are sleeping!  This is a strange photo, but I like the weird shadows...  
  • 110 plusses - 76 comments - 14 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-12-27 20:40:27
    Three feet of fresh snow!  Yippee!!!  It is hard to hike cross country here since we have deep hummocks, chest high fireweed and willow brush.  Enough snow smooths out the bumps and we can snow shoe over the top of it and go anywhere.  Plus the bears are sleeping!  This is a strange photo, but I like the weird shadows...  
  • 110 plusses - 76 comments - 14 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-12-27 20:40:27
    Three feet of fresh snow!  Yippee!!!  It is hard to hike cross country here since we have deep hummocks, chest high fireweed and willow brush.  Enough snow smooths out the bumps and we can snow shoe over the top of it and go anywhere.  Plus the bears are sleeping!  This is a strange photo, but I like the weird shadows...  
  • 110 plusses - 76 comments - 14 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-12-27 20:40:27
    Three feet of fresh snow!  Yippee!!!  It is hard to hike cross country here since we have deep hummocks, chest high fireweed and willow brush.  Enough snow smooths out the bumps and we can snow shoe over the top of it and go anywhere.  Plus the bears are sleeping!  This is a strange photo, but I like the weird shadows...  
  • 110 plusses - 76 comments - 14 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-12-27 20:40:27
    Three feet of fresh snow!  Yippee!!!  It is hard to hike cross country here since we have deep hummocks, chest high fireweed and willow brush.  Enough snow smooths out the bumps and we can snow shoe over the top of it and go anywhere.  Plus the bears are sleeping!  This is a strange photo, but I like the weird shadows...  
  • 110 plusses - 76 comments - 14 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-12-27 20:40:27
    Three feet of fresh snow!  Yippee!!!  It is hard to hike cross country here since we have deep hummocks, chest high fireweed and willow brush.  Enough snow smooths out the bumps and we can snow shoe over the top of it and go anywhere.  Plus the bears are sleeping!  This is a strange photo, but I like the weird shadows...  
  • 110 plusses - 76 comments - 14 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-12-27 20:40:27
    Three feet of fresh snow!  Yippee!!!  It is hard to hike cross country here since we have deep hummocks, chest high fireweed and willow brush.  Enough snow smooths out the bumps and we can snow shoe over the top of it and go anywhere.  Plus the bears are sleeping!  This is a strange photo, but I like the weird shadows...  
  • 110 plusses - 76 comments - 14 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-12-27 20:40:27
    Three feet of fresh snow!  Yippee!!!  It is hard to hike cross country here since we have deep hummocks, chest high fireweed and willow brush.  Enough snow smooths out the bumps and we can snow shoe over the top of it and go anywhere.  Plus the bears are sleeping!  This is a strange photo, but I like the weird shadows...  
  • 110 plusses - 76 comments - 14 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-12-27 20:40:27
    Three feet of fresh snow!  Yippee!!!  It is hard to hike cross country here since we have deep hummocks, chest high fireweed and willow brush.  Enough snow smooths out the bumps and we can snow shoe over the top of it and go anywhere.  Plus the bears are sleeping!  This is a strange photo, but I like the weird shadows...  
  • 110 plusses - 76 comments - 14 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-12-27 20:40:27
    Three feet of fresh snow!  Yippee!!!  It is hard to hike cross country here since we have deep hummocks, chest high fireweed and willow brush.  Enough snow smooths out the bumps and we can snow shoe over the top of it and go anywhere.  Plus the bears are sleeping!  This is a strange photo, but I like the weird shadows...  
  • 110 plusses - 76 comments - 14 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-12-27 20:40:27
    Three feet of fresh snow!  Yippee!!!  It is hard to hike cross country here since we have deep hummocks, chest high fireweed and willow brush.  Enough snow smooths out the bumps and we can snow shoe over the top of it and go anywhere.  Plus the bears are sleeping!  This is a strange photo, but I like the weird shadows...  
  • 110 plusses - 76 comments - 14 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-12-27 20:40:27
    Three feet of fresh snow!  Yippee!!!  It is hard to hike cross country here since we have deep hummocks, chest high fireweed and willow brush.  Enough snow smooths out the bumps and we can snow shoe over the top of it and go anywhere.  Plus the bears are sleeping!  This is a strange photo, but I like the weird shadows...  
  • 110 plusses - 76 comments - 14 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-12-27 20:40:27
    Three feet of fresh snow!  Yippee!!!  It is hard to hike cross country here since we have deep hummocks, chest high fireweed and willow brush.  Enough snow smooths out the bumps and we can snow shoe over the top of it and go anywhere.  Plus the bears are sleeping!  This is a strange photo, but I like the weird shadows...  
  • 110 plusses - 76 comments - 14 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-12-27 20:40:27
    Three feet of fresh snow!  Yippee!!!  It is hard to hike cross country here since we have deep hummocks, chest high fireweed and willow brush.  Enough snow smooths out the bumps and we can snow shoe over the top of it and go anywhere.  Plus the bears are sleeping!  This is a strange photo, but I like the weird shadows...  
  • 110 plusses - 76 comments - 14 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-12-27 20:40:27
    Three feet of fresh snow!  Yippee!!!  It is hard to hike cross country here since we have deep hummocks, chest high fireweed and willow brush.  Enough snow smooths out the bumps and we can snow shoe over the top of it and go anywhere.  Plus the bears are sleeping!  This is a strange photo, but I like the weird shadows...  
  • 110 plusses - 76 comments - 14 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-03-01 20:37:05
    Is anybody out there?

    There are billions of planets in the Milky Way that could support life, and recent advances in planetary science have changed fundamental assumptions about the possibility of life in the universe.

    I just finished a Coursera course on Astrobiology, and the odds are good!

    http://www.space.com/15060-billions-habitable-alien-planets-red-dwarfs.html

    This is for +Alien Abduction Friday , #alienabductionfriday   with +Irene Kato , +Karl Geiger Jr , +Karl Geiger , +Heiko Mahr, +Jon Beall , and +Alex Lapidus.

    Happy Friday! 
  • 77 plusses - 116 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-03-01 20:37:05
    Is anybody out there?

    There are billions of planets in the Milky Way that could support life, and recent advances in planetary science have changed fundamental assumptions about the possibility of life in the universe.

    I just finished a Coursera course on Astrobiology, and the odds are good!

    http://www.space.com/15060-billions-habitable-alien-planets-red-dwarfs.html

    This is for +Alien Abduction Friday , #alienabductionfriday   with +Irene Kato , +Karl Geiger Jr , +Karl Geiger , +Heiko Mahr, +Jon Beall , and +Alex Lapidus.

    Happy Friday! 
  • 77 plusses - 116 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-03-01 20:37:05
    Is anybody out there?

    There are billions of planets in the Milky Way that could support life, and recent advances in planetary science have changed fundamental assumptions about the possibility of life in the universe.

    I just finished a Coursera course on Astrobiology, and the odds are good!

    http://www.space.com/15060-billions-habitable-alien-planets-red-dwarfs.html

    This is for +Alien Abduction Friday , #alienabductionfriday   with +Irene Kato , +Karl Geiger Jr , +Karl Geiger , +Heiko Mahr, +Jon Beall , and +Alex Lapidus.

    Happy Friday! 
  • 77 plusses - 116 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-03-01 20:37:05
    Is anybody out there?

    There are billions of planets in the Milky Way that could support life, and recent advances in planetary science have changed fundamental assumptions about the possibility of life in the universe.

    I just finished a Coursera course on Astrobiology, and the odds are good!

    http://www.space.com/15060-billions-habitable-alien-planets-red-dwarfs.html

    This is for +Alien Abduction Friday , #alienabductionfriday   with +Irene Kato , +Karl Geiger Jr , +Karl Geiger , +Heiko Mahr, +Jon Beall , and +Alex Lapidus.

    Happy Friday! 
  • 77 plusses - 116 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-03-01 20:37:05
    Is anybody out there?

    There are billions of planets in the Milky Way that could support life, and recent advances in planetary science have changed fundamental assumptions about the possibility of life in the universe.

    I just finished a Coursera course on Astrobiology, and the odds are good!

    http://www.space.com/15060-billions-habitable-alien-planets-red-dwarfs.html

    This is for +Alien Abduction Friday , #alienabductionfriday   with +Irene Kato , +Karl Geiger Jr , +Karl Geiger , +Heiko Mahr, +Jon Beall , and +Alex Lapidus.

    Happy Friday! 
  • 77 plusses - 116 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-03-01 20:37:05
    Is anybody out there?

    There are billions of planets in the Milky Way that could support life, and recent advances in planetary science have changed fundamental assumptions about the possibility of life in the universe.

    I just finished a Coursera course on Astrobiology, and the odds are good!

    http://www.space.com/15060-billions-habitable-alien-planets-red-dwarfs.html

    This is for +Alien Abduction Friday , #alienabductionfriday   with +Irene Kato , +Karl Geiger Jr , +Karl Geiger , +Heiko Mahr, +Jon Beall , and +Alex Lapidus.

    Happy Friday! 
  • 77 plusses - 116 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-03-01 20:37:05
    Is anybody out there?

    There are billions of planets in the Milky Way that could support life, and recent advances in planetary science have changed fundamental assumptions about the possibility of life in the universe.

    I just finished a Coursera course on Astrobiology, and the odds are good!

    http://www.space.com/15060-billions-habitable-alien-planets-red-dwarfs.html

    This is for +Alien Abduction Friday , #alienabductionfriday   with +Irene Kato , +Karl Geiger Jr , +Karl Geiger , +Heiko Mahr, +Jon Beall , and +Alex Lapidus.

    Happy Friday! 
  • 77 plusses - 116 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-03-01 20:37:05
    Is anybody out there?

    There are billions of planets in the Milky Way that could support life, and recent advances in planetary science have changed fundamental assumptions about the possibility of life in the universe.

    I just finished a Coursera course on Astrobiology, and the odds are good!

    http://www.space.com/15060-billions-habitable-alien-planets-red-dwarfs.html

    This is for +Alien Abduction Friday , #alienabductionfriday   with +Irene Kato , +Karl Geiger Jr , +Karl Geiger , +Heiko Mahr, +Jon Beall , and +Alex Lapidus.

    Happy Friday! 
  • 77 plusses - 116 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-03-01 20:37:05
    Is anybody out there?

    There are billions of planets in the Milky Way that could support life, and recent advances in planetary science have changed fundamental assumptions about the possibility of life in the universe.

    I just finished a Coursera course on Astrobiology, and the odds are good!

    http://www.space.com/15060-billions-habitable-alien-planets-red-dwarfs.html

    This is for +Alien Abduction Friday , #alienabductionfriday   with +Irene Kato , +Karl Geiger Jr , +Karl Geiger , +Heiko Mahr, +Jon Beall , and +Alex Lapidus.

    Happy Friday! 
  • 77 plusses - 116 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-03-01 20:37:05
    Is anybody out there?

    There are billions of planets in the Milky Way that could support life, and recent advances in planetary science have changed fundamental assumptions about the possibility of life in the universe.

    I just finished a Coursera course on Astrobiology, and the odds are good!

    http://www.space.com/15060-billions-habitable-alien-planets-red-dwarfs.html

    This is for +Alien Abduction Friday , #alienabductionfriday   with +Irene Kato , +Karl Geiger Jr , +Karl Geiger , +Heiko Mahr, +Jon Beall , and +Alex Lapidus.

    Happy Friday! 
  • 77 plusses - 116 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-03-01 20:37:05
    Is anybody out there?

    There are billions of planets in the Milky Way that could support life, and recent advances in planetary science have changed fundamental assumptions about the possibility of life in the universe.

    I just finished a Coursera course on Astrobiology, and the odds are good!

    http://www.space.com/15060-billions-habitable-alien-planets-red-dwarfs.html

    This is for +Alien Abduction Friday , #alienabductionfriday   with +Irene Kato , +Karl Geiger Jr , +Karl Geiger , +Heiko Mahr, +Jon Beall , and +Alex Lapidus.

    Happy Friday! 
  • 77 plusses - 116 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-03-01 20:37:05
    Is anybody out there?

    There are billions of planets in the Milky Way that could support life, and recent advances in planetary science have changed fundamental assumptions about the possibility of life in the universe.

    I just finished a Coursera course on Astrobiology, and the odds are good!

    http://www.space.com/15060-billions-habitable-alien-planets-red-dwarfs.html

    This is for +Alien Abduction Friday , #alienabductionfriday   with +Irene Kato , +Karl Geiger Jr , +Karl Geiger , +Heiko Mahr, +Jon Beall , and +Alex Lapidus.

    Happy Friday! 
  • 77 plusses - 116 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-03-01 20:37:05
    Is anybody out there?

    There are billions of planets in the Milky Way that could support life, and recent advances in planetary science have changed fundamental assumptions about the possibility of life in the universe.

    I just finished a Coursera course on Astrobiology, and the odds are good!

    http://www.space.com/15060-billions-habitable-alien-planets-red-dwarfs.html

    This is for +Alien Abduction Friday , #alienabductionfriday   with +Irene Kato , +Karl Geiger Jr , +Karl Geiger , +Heiko Mahr, +Jon Beall , and +Alex Lapidus.

    Happy Friday! 
  • 77 plusses - 116 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-03-01 20:37:05
    Is anybody out there?

    There are billions of planets in the Milky Way that could support life, and recent advances in planetary science have changed fundamental assumptions about the possibility of life in the universe.

    I just finished a Coursera course on Astrobiology, and the odds are good!

    http://www.space.com/15060-billions-habitable-alien-planets-red-dwarfs.html

    This is for +Alien Abduction Friday , #alienabductionfriday   with +Irene Kato , +Karl Geiger Jr , +Karl Geiger , +Heiko Mahr, +Jon Beall , and +Alex Lapidus.

    Happy Friday! 
  • 77 plusses - 116 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-03-01 20:37:05
    Is anybody out there?

    There are billions of planets in the Milky Way that could support life, and recent advances in planetary science have changed fundamental assumptions about the possibility of life in the universe.

    I just finished a Coursera course on Astrobiology, and the odds are good!

    http://www.space.com/15060-billions-habitable-alien-planets-red-dwarfs.html

    This is for +Alien Abduction Friday , #alienabductionfriday   with +Irene Kato , +Karl Geiger Jr , +Karl Geiger , +Heiko Mahr, +Jon Beall , and +Alex Lapidus.

    Happy Friday! 
  • 77 plusses - 116 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-03-01 20:37:05
    Is anybody out there?

    There are billions of planets in the Milky Way that could support life, and recent advances in planetary science have changed fundamental assumptions about the possibility of life in the universe.

    I just finished a Coursera course on Astrobiology, and the odds are good!

    http://www.space.com/15060-billions-habitable-alien-planets-red-dwarfs.html

    This is for +Alien Abduction Friday , #alienabductionfriday   with +Irene Kato , +Karl Geiger Jr , +Karl Geiger , +Heiko Mahr, +Jon Beall , and +Alex Lapidus.

    Happy Friday! 
  • 77 plusses - 116 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-03-01 20:37:05
    Is anybody out there?

    There are billions of planets in the Milky Way that could support life, and recent advances in planetary science have changed fundamental assumptions about the possibility of life in the universe.

    I just finished a Coursera course on Astrobiology, and the odds are good!

    http://www.space.com/15060-billions-habitable-alien-planets-red-dwarfs.html

    This is for +Alien Abduction Friday , #alienabductionfriday   with +Irene Kato , +Karl Geiger Jr , +Karl Geiger , +Heiko Mahr, +Jon Beall , and +Alex Lapidus.

    Happy Friday! 
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  • Michele Cornelius2013-02-06 20:50:22
    A fleeting glimpse of something with an ephemeral nature.  I happened to pass through a dark forest just as the angle of the setting sun was perfect to send beams of light through drops of melting frost on hanging bits of dead moss.  I had about 5 minutes before the light changed.  It looked so magical, and I didn't get get the perfect focus so have been back several times at the same time of day trying to catch it again, but the moss is dry or the clouds come in.  So many things are like that; we don't usually get a second chance.

    This might fit for +Photo Journal Worldwide with +andi rivarola !   I finished some of my projects (check the end of the about section in my profile for links if you are interested) but accidentally signed up for two more Coursera courses so will still have limited time here but will check in when I can, and always on Fridays!
  • 98 plusses - 82 comments - 3 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-02-06 20:50:22
    A fleeting glimpse of something with an ephemeral nature.  I happened to pass through a dark forest just as the angle of the setting sun was perfect to send beams of light through drops of melting frost on hanging bits of dead moss.  I had about 5 minutes before the light changed.  It looked so magical, and I didn't get get the perfect focus so have been back several times at the same time of day trying to catch it again, but the moss is dry or the clouds come in.  So many things are like that; we don't usually get a second chance.

    This might fit for +Photo Journal Worldwide with +andi rivarola !   I finished some of my projects (check the end of the about section in my profile for links if you are interested) but accidentally signed up for two more Coursera courses so will still have limited time here but will check in when I can, and always on Fridays!
  • 98 plusses - 82 comments - 3 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-02-06 20:50:22
    A fleeting glimpse of something with an ephemeral nature.  I happened to pass through a dark forest just as the angle of the setting sun was perfect to send beams of light through drops of melting frost on hanging bits of dead moss.  I had about 5 minutes before the light changed.  It looked so magical, and I didn't get get the perfect focus so have been back several times at the same time of day trying to catch it again, but the moss is dry or the clouds come in.  So many things are like that; we don't usually get a second chance.

    This might fit for +Photo Journal Worldwide with +andi rivarola !   I finished some of my projects (check the end of the about section in my profile for links if you are interested) but accidentally signed up for two more Coursera courses so will still have limited time here but will check in when I can, and always on Fridays!
  • 98 plusses - 82 comments - 3 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-02-06 20:50:22
    A fleeting glimpse of something with an ephemeral nature.  I happened to pass through a dark forest just as the angle of the setting sun was perfect to send beams of light through drops of melting frost on hanging bits of dead moss.  I had about 5 minutes before the light changed.  It looked so magical, and I didn't get get the perfect focus so have been back several times at the same time of day trying to catch it again, but the moss is dry or the clouds come in.  So many things are like that; we don't usually get a second chance.

    This might fit for +Photo Journal Worldwide with +andi rivarola !   I finished some of my projects (check the end of the about section in my profile for links if you are interested) but accidentally signed up for two more Coursera courses so will still have limited time here but will check in when I can, and always on Fridays!
  • 98 plusses - 82 comments - 3 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-02-06 20:50:22
    A fleeting glimpse of something with an ephemeral nature.  I happened to pass through a dark forest just as the angle of the setting sun was perfect to send beams of light through drops of melting frost on hanging bits of dead moss.  I had about 5 minutes before the light changed.  It looked so magical, and I didn't get get the perfect focus so have been back several times at the same time of day trying to catch it again, but the moss is dry or the clouds come in.  So many things are like that; we don't usually get a second chance.

    This might fit for +Photo Journal Worldwide with +andi rivarola !   I finished some of my projects (check the end of the about section in my profile for links if you are interested) but accidentally signed up for two more Coursera courses so will still have limited time here but will check in when I can, and always on Fridays!
  • 98 plusses - 82 comments - 3 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-02-06 20:50:22
    A fleeting glimpse of something with an ephemeral nature.  I happened to pass through a dark forest just as the angle of the setting sun was perfect to send beams of light through drops of melting frost on hanging bits of dead moss.  I had about 5 minutes before the light changed.  It looked so magical, and I didn't get get the perfect focus so have been back several times at the same time of day trying to catch it again, but the moss is dry or the clouds come in.  So many things are like that; we don't usually get a second chance.

    This might fit for +Photo Journal Worldwide with +andi rivarola !   I finished some of my projects (check the end of the about section in my profile for links if you are interested) but accidentally signed up for two more Coursera courses so will still have limited time here but will check in when I can, and always on Fridays!
  • 98 plusses - 82 comments - 3 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-02-06 20:50:22
    A fleeting glimpse of something with an ephemeral nature.  I happened to pass through a dark forest just as the angle of the setting sun was perfect to send beams of light through drops of melting frost on hanging bits of dead moss.  I had about 5 minutes before the light changed.  It looked so magical, and I didn't get get the perfect focus so have been back several times at the same time of day trying to catch it again, but the moss is dry or the clouds come in.  So many things are like that; we don't usually get a second chance.

    This might fit for +Photo Journal Worldwide with +andi rivarola !   I finished some of my projects (check the end of the about section in my profile for links if you are interested) but accidentally signed up for two more Coursera courses so will still have limited time here but will check in when I can, and always on Fridays!
  • 98 plusses - 82 comments - 3 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-02-06 20:50:22
    A fleeting glimpse of something with an ephemeral nature.  I happened to pass through a dark forest just as the angle of the setting sun was perfect to send beams of light through drops of melting frost on hanging bits of dead moss.  I had about 5 minutes before the light changed.  It looked so magical, and I didn't get get the perfect focus so have been back several times at the same time of day trying to catch it again, but the moss is dry or the clouds come in.  So many things are like that; we don't usually get a second chance.

    This might fit for +Photo Journal Worldwide with +andi rivarola !   I finished some of my projects (check the end of the about section in my profile for links if you are interested) but accidentally signed up for two more Coursera courses so will still have limited time here but will check in when I can, and always on Fridays!
  • 98 plusses - 82 comments - 3 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-02-06 20:50:22
    A fleeting glimpse of something with an ephemeral nature.  I happened to pass through a dark forest just as the angle of the setting sun was perfect to send beams of light through drops of melting frost on hanging bits of dead moss.  I had about 5 minutes before the light changed.  It looked so magical, and I didn't get get the perfect focus so have been back several times at the same time of day trying to catch it again, but the moss is dry or the clouds come in.  So many things are like that; we don't usually get a second chance.

    This might fit for +Photo Journal Worldwide with +andi rivarola !   I finished some of my projects (check the end of the about section in my profile for links if you are interested) but accidentally signed up for two more Coursera courses so will still have limited time here but will check in when I can, and always on Fridays!
  • 98 plusses - 82 comments - 3 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-02-06 20:50:22
    A fleeting glimpse of something with an ephemeral nature.  I happened to pass through a dark forest just as the angle of the setting sun was perfect to send beams of light through drops of melting frost on hanging bits of dead moss.  I had about 5 minutes before the light changed.  It looked so magical, and I didn't get get the perfect focus so have been back several times at the same time of day trying to catch it again, but the moss is dry or the clouds come in.  So many things are like that; we don't usually get a second chance.

    This might fit for +Photo Journal Worldwide with +andi rivarola !   I finished some of my projects (check the end of the about section in my profile for links if you are interested) but accidentally signed up for two more Coursera courses so will still have limited time here but will check in when I can, and always on Fridays!
  • 98 plusses - 82 comments - 3 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-02-06 20:50:22
    A fleeting glimpse of something with an ephemeral nature.  I happened to pass through a dark forest just as the angle of the setting sun was perfect to send beams of light through drops of melting frost on hanging bits of dead moss.  I had about 5 minutes before the light changed.  It looked so magical, and I didn't get get the perfect focus so have been back several times at the same time of day trying to catch it again, but the moss is dry or the clouds come in.  So many things are like that; we don't usually get a second chance.

    This might fit for +Photo Journal Worldwide with +andi rivarola !   I finished some of my projects (check the end of the about section in my profile for links if you are interested) but accidentally signed up for two more Coursera courses so will still have limited time here but will check in when I can, and always on Fridays!
  • 98 plusses - 82 comments - 3 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-02-06 20:50:22
    A fleeting glimpse of something with an ephemeral nature.  I happened to pass through a dark forest just as the angle of the setting sun was perfect to send beams of light through drops of melting frost on hanging bits of dead moss.  I had about 5 minutes before the light changed.  It looked so magical, and I didn't get get the perfect focus so have been back several times at the same time of day trying to catch it again, but the moss is dry or the clouds come in.  So many things are like that; we don't usually get a second chance.

    This might fit for +Photo Journal Worldwide with +andi rivarola !   I finished some of my projects (check the end of the about section in my profile for links if you are interested) but accidentally signed up for two more Coursera courses so will still have limited time here but will check in when I can, and always on Fridays!
  • 98 plusses - 82 comments - 3 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-02-06 20:50:22
    A fleeting glimpse of something with an ephemeral nature.  I happened to pass through a dark forest just as the angle of the setting sun was perfect to send beams of light through drops of melting frost on hanging bits of dead moss.  I had about 5 minutes before the light changed.  It looked so magical, and I didn't get get the perfect focus so have been back several times at the same time of day trying to catch it again, but the moss is dry or the clouds come in.  So many things are like that; we don't usually get a second chance.

    This might fit for +Photo Journal Worldwide with +andi rivarola !   I finished some of my projects (check the end of the about section in my profile for links if you are interested) but accidentally signed up for two more Coursera courses so will still have limited time here but will check in when I can, and always on Fridays!
  • 98 plusses - 82 comments - 3 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-02-06 20:50:22
    A fleeting glimpse of something with an ephemeral nature.  I happened to pass through a dark forest just as the angle of the setting sun was perfect to send beams of light through drops of melting frost on hanging bits of dead moss.  I had about 5 minutes before the light changed.  It looked so magical, and I didn't get get the perfect focus so have been back several times at the same time of day trying to catch it again, but the moss is dry or the clouds come in.  So many things are like that; we don't usually get a second chance.

    This might fit for +Photo Journal Worldwide with +andi rivarola !   I finished some of my projects (check the end of the about section in my profile for links if you are interested) but accidentally signed up for two more Coursera courses so will still have limited time here but will check in when I can, and always on Fridays!
  • 98 plusses - 82 comments - 3 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-02-06 20:50:22
    A fleeting glimpse of something with an ephemeral nature.  I happened to pass through a dark forest just as the angle of the setting sun was perfect to send beams of light through drops of melting frost on hanging bits of dead moss.  I had about 5 minutes before the light changed.  It looked so magical, and I didn't get get the perfect focus so have been back several times at the same time of day trying to catch it again, but the moss is dry or the clouds come in.  So many things are like that; we don't usually get a second chance.

    This might fit for +Photo Journal Worldwide with +andi rivarola !   I finished some of my projects (check the end of the about section in my profile for links if you are interested) but accidentally signed up for two more Coursera courses so will still have limited time here but will check in when I can, and always on Fridays!
  • 98 plusses - 82 comments - 3 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-02-06 20:50:22
    A fleeting glimpse of something with an ephemeral nature.  I happened to pass through a dark forest just as the angle of the setting sun was perfect to send beams of light through drops of melting frost on hanging bits of dead moss.  I had about 5 minutes before the light changed.  It looked so magical, and I didn't get get the perfect focus so have been back several times at the same time of day trying to catch it again, but the moss is dry or the clouds come in.  So many things are like that; we don't usually get a second chance.

    This might fit for +Photo Journal Worldwide with +andi rivarola !   I finished some of my projects (check the end of the about section in my profile for links if you are interested) but accidentally signed up for two more Coursera courses so will still have limited time here but will check in when I can, and always on Fridays!
  • 98 plusses - 82 comments - 3 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-02-06 20:50:22
    A fleeting glimpse of something with an ephemeral nature.  I happened to pass through a dark forest just as the angle of the setting sun was perfect to send beams of light through drops of melting frost on hanging bits of dead moss.  I had about 5 minutes before the light changed.  It looked so magical, and I didn't get get the perfect focus so have been back several times at the same time of day trying to catch it again, but the moss is dry or the clouds come in.  So many things are like that; we don't usually get a second chance.

    This might fit for +Photo Journal Worldwide with +andi rivarola !   I finished some of my projects (check the end of the about section in my profile for links if you are interested) but accidentally signed up for two more Coursera courses so will still have limited time here but will check in when I can, and always on Fridays!
  • 98 plusses - 82 comments - 3 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-06-11 19:49:49
    Low tide on the Turnagain Arm on the Cook Inlet near Hope, Alaska.  This is the first of many photos I will be posting from our recent road trip. This is the view from one of our free campsites, and it was very interesting to see the water come in and fill in the patterns in the sand on this beach.  We headed in this direction to see the bore tide which was supposed to create a three foot wave, but we were not in the best location when it came through!  The Turnagain arm has the largest tidal range in the US.  
  • 79 plusses - 87 comments - 9 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-06-11 19:49:49
    Low tide on the Turnagain Arm on the Cook Inlet near Hope, Alaska.  This is the first of many photos I will be posting from our recent road trip. This is the view from one of our free campsites, and it was very interesting to see the water come in and fill in the patterns in the sand on this beach.  We headed in this direction to see the bore tide which was supposed to create a three foot wave, but we were not in the best location when it came through!  The Turnagain arm has the largest tidal range in the US.  
  • 79 plusses - 87 comments - 9 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-06-11 19:49:49
    Low tide on the Turnagain Arm on the Cook Inlet near Hope, Alaska.  This is the first of many photos I will be posting from our recent road trip. This is the view from one of our free campsites, and it was very interesting to see the water come in and fill in the patterns in the sand on this beach.  We headed in this direction to see the bore tide which was supposed to create a three foot wave, but we were not in the best location when it came through!  The Turnagain arm has the largest tidal range in the US.  
  • 79 plusses - 87 comments - 9 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-06-11 19:49:49
    Low tide on the Turnagain Arm on the Cook Inlet near Hope, Alaska.  This is the first of many photos I will be posting from our recent road trip. This is the view from one of our free campsites, and it was very interesting to see the water come in and fill in the patterns in the sand on this beach.  We headed in this direction to see the bore tide which was supposed to create a three foot wave, but we were not in the best location when it came through!  The Turnagain arm has the largest tidal range in the US.  
  • 79 plusses - 87 comments - 9 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-06-11 19:49:49
    Low tide on the Turnagain Arm on the Cook Inlet near Hope, Alaska.  This is the first of many photos I will be posting from our recent road trip. This is the view from one of our free campsites, and it was very interesting to see the water come in and fill in the patterns in the sand on this beach.  We headed in this direction to see the bore tide which was supposed to create a three foot wave, but we were not in the best location when it came through!  The Turnagain arm has the largest tidal range in the US.  
  • 79 plusses - 87 comments - 9 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-06-11 19:49:49
    Low tide on the Turnagain Arm on the Cook Inlet near Hope, Alaska.  This is the first of many photos I will be posting from our recent road trip. This is the view from one of our free campsites, and it was very interesting to see the water come in and fill in the patterns in the sand on this beach.  We headed in this direction to see the bore tide which was supposed to create a three foot wave, but we were not in the best location when it came through!  The Turnagain arm has the largest tidal range in the US.  
  • 79 plusses - 87 comments - 9 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-06-11 19:49:49
    Low tide on the Turnagain Arm on the Cook Inlet near Hope, Alaska.  This is the first of many photos I will be posting from our recent road trip. This is the view from one of our free campsites, and it was very interesting to see the water come in and fill in the patterns in the sand on this beach.  We headed in this direction to see the bore tide which was supposed to create a three foot wave, but we were not in the best location when it came through!  The Turnagain arm has the largest tidal range in the US.  
  • 79 plusses - 87 comments - 9 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-06-11 19:49:49
    Low tide on the Turnagain Arm on the Cook Inlet near Hope, Alaska.  This is the first of many photos I will be posting from our recent road trip. This is the view from one of our free campsites, and it was very interesting to see the water come in and fill in the patterns in the sand on this beach.  We headed in this direction to see the bore tide which was supposed to create a three foot wave, but we were not in the best location when it came through!  The Turnagain arm has the largest tidal range in the US.  
  • 79 plusses - 87 comments - 9 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-06-11 19:49:49
    Low tide on the Turnagain Arm on the Cook Inlet near Hope, Alaska.  This is the first of many photos I will be posting from our recent road trip. This is the view from one of our free campsites, and it was very interesting to see the water come in and fill in the patterns in the sand on this beach.  We headed in this direction to see the bore tide which was supposed to create a three foot wave, but we were not in the best location when it came through!  The Turnagain arm has the largest tidal range in the US.  
  • 79 plusses - 87 comments - 9 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-06-11 19:49:49
    Low tide on the Turnagain Arm on the Cook Inlet near Hope, Alaska.  This is the first of many photos I will be posting from our recent road trip. This is the view from one of our free campsites, and it was very interesting to see the water come in and fill in the patterns in the sand on this beach.  We headed in this direction to see the bore tide which was supposed to create a three foot wave, but we were not in the best location when it came through!  The Turnagain arm has the largest tidal range in the US.  
  • 79 plusses - 87 comments - 9 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-06-11 19:49:49
    Low tide on the Turnagain Arm on the Cook Inlet near Hope, Alaska.  This is the first of many photos I will be posting from our recent road trip. This is the view from one of our free campsites, and it was very interesting to see the water come in and fill in the patterns in the sand on this beach.  We headed in this direction to see the bore tide which was supposed to create a three foot wave, but we were not in the best location when it came through!  The Turnagain arm has the largest tidal range in the US.  
  • 79 plusses - 87 comments - 9 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-06-11 19:49:49
    Low tide on the Turnagain Arm on the Cook Inlet near Hope, Alaska.  This is the first of many photos I will be posting from our recent road trip. This is the view from one of our free campsites, and it was very interesting to see the water come in and fill in the patterns in the sand on this beach.  We headed in this direction to see the bore tide which was supposed to create a three foot wave, but we were not in the best location when it came through!  The Turnagain arm has the largest tidal range in the US.  
  • 79 plusses - 87 comments - 9 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-06-11 19:49:49
    Low tide on the Turnagain Arm on the Cook Inlet near Hope, Alaska.  This is the first of many photos I will be posting from our recent road trip. This is the view from one of our free campsites, and it was very interesting to see the water come in and fill in the patterns in the sand on this beach.  We headed in this direction to see the bore tide which was supposed to create a three foot wave, but we were not in the best location when it came through!  The Turnagain arm has the largest tidal range in the US.  
  • 79 plusses - 87 comments - 9 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-06-11 19:49:49
    Low tide on the Turnagain Arm on the Cook Inlet near Hope, Alaska.  This is the first of many photos I will be posting from our recent road trip. This is the view from one of our free campsites, and it was very interesting to see the water come in and fill in the patterns in the sand on this beach.  We headed in this direction to see the bore tide which was supposed to create a three foot wave, but we were not in the best location when it came through!  The Turnagain arm has the largest tidal range in the US.  
  • 79 plusses - 87 comments - 9 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-06-11 19:49:49
    Low tide on the Turnagain Arm on the Cook Inlet near Hope, Alaska.  This is the first of many photos I will be posting from our recent road trip. This is the view from one of our free campsites, and it was very interesting to see the water come in and fill in the patterns in the sand on this beach.  We headed in this direction to see the bore tide which was supposed to create a three foot wave, but we were not in the best location when it came through!  The Turnagain arm has the largest tidal range in the US.  
  • 79 plusses - 87 comments - 9 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-06-11 19:49:49
    Low tide on the Turnagain Arm on the Cook Inlet near Hope, Alaska.  This is the first of many photos I will be posting from our recent road trip. This is the view from one of our free campsites, and it was very interesting to see the water come in and fill in the patterns in the sand on this beach.  We headed in this direction to see the bore tide which was supposed to create a three foot wave, but we were not in the best location when it came through!  The Turnagain arm has the largest tidal range in the US.  
  • 79 plusses - 87 comments - 9 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2012-06-11 19:49:49
    Low tide on the Turnagain Arm on the Cook Inlet near Hope, Alaska.  This is the first of many photos I will be posting from our recent road trip. This is the view from one of our free campsites, and it was very interesting to see the water come in and fill in the patterns in the sand on this beach.  We headed in this direction to see the bore tide which was supposed to create a three foot wave, but we were not in the best location when it came through!  The Turnagain arm has the largest tidal range in the US.  
  • 79 plusses - 87 comments - 9 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-01-05 20:28:59
    More snow (and more on the way)!!  We now have 5 feet...The last storm took out the electricity and internet for a while, but the snowshoeing is wonderful!  We snowshoe 1/4 mile through this area to get out to the plowed road, and haul groceries in on a sled.  I almost always enjoy the trek, and get lots of photos on the way!

    Have a wonderful weekend! 
  • 88 plusses - 90 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-01-05 20:28:59
    More snow (and more on the way)!!  We now have 5 feet...The last storm took out the electricity and internet for a while, but the snowshoeing is wonderful!  We snowshoe 1/4 mile through this area to get out to the plowed road, and haul groceries in on a sled.  I almost always enjoy the trek, and get lots of photos on the way!

    Have a wonderful weekend! 
  • 88 plusses - 90 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-01-05 20:28:59
    More snow (and more on the way)!!  We now have 5 feet...The last storm took out the electricity and internet for a while, but the snowshoeing is wonderful!  We snowshoe 1/4 mile through this area to get out to the plowed road, and haul groceries in on a sled.  I almost always enjoy the trek, and get lots of photos on the way!

    Have a wonderful weekend! 
  • 88 plusses - 90 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-01-05 20:28:59
    More snow (and more on the way)!!  We now have 5 feet...The last storm took out the electricity and internet for a while, but the snowshoeing is wonderful!  We snowshoe 1/4 mile through this area to get out to the plowed road, and haul groceries in on a sled.  I almost always enjoy the trek, and get lots of photos on the way!

    Have a wonderful weekend! 
  • 88 plusses - 90 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-01-05 20:28:59
    More snow (and more on the way)!!  We now have 5 feet...The last storm took out the electricity and internet for a while, but the snowshoeing is wonderful!  We snowshoe 1/4 mile through this area to get out to the plowed road, and haul groceries in on a sled.  I almost always enjoy the trek, and get lots of photos on the way!

    Have a wonderful weekend! 
  • 88 plusses - 90 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-01-05 20:28:59
    More snow (and more on the way)!!  We now have 5 feet...The last storm took out the electricity and internet for a while, but the snowshoeing is wonderful!  We snowshoe 1/4 mile through this area to get out to the plowed road, and haul groceries in on a sled.  I almost always enjoy the trek, and get lots of photos on the way!

    Have a wonderful weekend! 
  • 88 plusses - 90 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-01-05 20:28:59
    More snow (and more on the way)!!  We now have 5 feet...The last storm took out the electricity and internet for a while, but the snowshoeing is wonderful!  We snowshoe 1/4 mile through this area to get out to the plowed road, and haul groceries in on a sled.  I almost always enjoy the trek, and get lots of photos on the way!

    Have a wonderful weekend! 
  • 88 plusses - 90 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-01-05 20:28:59
    More snow (and more on the way)!!  We now have 5 feet...The last storm took out the electricity and internet for a while, but the snowshoeing is wonderful!  We snowshoe 1/4 mile through this area to get out to the plowed road, and haul groceries in on a sled.  I almost always enjoy the trek, and get lots of photos on the way!

    Have a wonderful weekend! 
  • 88 plusses - 90 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-01-05 20:28:59
    More snow (and more on the way)!!  We now have 5 feet...The last storm took out the electricity and internet for a while, but the snowshoeing is wonderful!  We snowshoe 1/4 mile through this area to get out to the plowed road, and haul groceries in on a sled.  I almost always enjoy the trek, and get lots of photos on the way!

    Have a wonderful weekend! 
  • 88 plusses - 90 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-01-05 20:28:59
    More snow (and more on the way)!!  We now have 5 feet...The last storm took out the electricity and internet for a while, but the snowshoeing is wonderful!  We snowshoe 1/4 mile through this area to get out to the plowed road, and haul groceries in on a sled.  I almost always enjoy the trek, and get lots of photos on the way!

    Have a wonderful weekend! 
  • 88 plusses - 90 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-01-05 20:28:59
    More snow (and more on the way)!!  We now have 5 feet...The last storm took out the electricity and internet for a while, but the snowshoeing is wonderful!  We snowshoe 1/4 mile through this area to get out to the plowed road, and haul groceries in on a sled.  I almost always enjoy the trek, and get lots of photos on the way!

    Have a wonderful weekend! 
  • 88 plusses - 90 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-01-05 20:28:59
    More snow (and more on the way)!!  We now have 5 feet...The last storm took out the electricity and internet for a while, but the snowshoeing is wonderful!  We snowshoe 1/4 mile through this area to get out to the plowed road, and haul groceries in on a sled.  I almost always enjoy the trek, and get lots of photos on the way!

    Have a wonderful weekend! 
  • 88 plusses - 90 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-01-05 20:28:59
    More snow (and more on the way)!!  We now have 5 feet...The last storm took out the electricity and internet for a while, but the snowshoeing is wonderful!  We snowshoe 1/4 mile through this area to get out to the plowed road, and haul groceries in on a sled.  I almost always enjoy the trek, and get lots of photos on the way!

    Have a wonderful weekend! 
  • 88 plusses - 90 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-01-05 20:28:59
    More snow (and more on the way)!!  We now have 5 feet...The last storm took out the electricity and internet for a while, but the snowshoeing is wonderful!  We snowshoe 1/4 mile through this area to get out to the plowed road, and haul groceries in on a sled.  I almost always enjoy the trek, and get lots of photos on the way!

    Have a wonderful weekend! 
  • 88 plusses - 90 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+
  • Michele Cornelius2013-01-05 20:28:59
    More snow (and more on the way)!!  We now have 5 feet...The last storm took out the electricity and internet for a while, but the snowshoeing is wonderful!  We snowshoe 1/4 mile through this area to get out to the plowed road, and haul groceries in on a sled.  I almost always enjoy the trek, and get lots of photos on the way!

    Have a wonderful weekend! 
  • 88 plusses - 90 comments - 1 shares | Read in G+