What a lovely view that is!
Blue skies. Aspen trees. Cool breeze. Good book. It was a perfect spot to read.
Hanging around in the trees, never tried a hammock
My first time. It won't be my last.
Love the shot looking up at all those trees with the blue sky.
Utah is a beautiful place.
Those are some lovely views you got from the hammock, Deb! So perfectly in the mood for a holiday but I know I've to wait for another couple of months before we go on one. Thank you for sharing a slice of your sky and linking up with us this week, Deb! Wish you a happy Wednesday and a fabulous rest of the week as well! :)Cheers,Esha
September was a great time to go to Utah. Tourists had trickled to a thin line and the weather was cooler.
I really wish I was in that hammock right now! It’s snowing here, and I’m not amused. :(Aj @ Read All The Things!
Snowing in October is incomprehensible to me.
Now that's a great view. I am thinking a nice nap is in store. Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥
Anytime is a good time for a nap.
now that's a view. hope you have a good book beside you. :-)sherry @ fundinmental
That will be a nice memory book for you !
Yes, it is.
I've heard so many people say that Utah is beautiful! I've never been in a hammock, I think I'd like it though. Love the photo looking up at the trees!
The hammock was surprisingly comfortable.
You know... I've never actually been in/on a hammock. I feel like I should remedy this! It looks lovely. :)https://www.doyoudog-ear.com/2019/10/10-blind-dates-by-ashley-elston-blog.html
I think you should, too!
What an incredible view! You have me wishing that was my view right now. :)
It was a wonderful way to spend an afternoon.
I really think I need a hammock for all the camping I do with my husband. I would love to nap under the big blue sky. Great picture!
I think you do, too!
The summer I turned 13, I spent a week on my Great Aunt Indie's farm reading her college daughters' Nancy Drews, Trixie Beldons. Cherry Ameses, and even some 1940's novels my mother had read as a teen: Freckles, Girl of the Limberlost, Mrs. Mike, etc. I remember reading these books in a hammock under the grape arbor!
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