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Monday, October 22, 2012

Down in the coulee: for Our World Tuesday

Dick and Lindy have been leaving the red-shale walking path and venturing down into the nearby coulee (rocky valley below the level of the prairie) in search of interesting photos (that would be Dick) and smells (Lindy). They've both managed to find what they sought, but I can only share a couple of photos with you. Lindy, I'm happy to say, didn't bring any smells, interesting or otherwise, home with her.


© Richard Schear photos, October 2012

Posted for the October 23 edition of


12 comments:

Francisca said...

Hi Kay dear! What a fascinating place this would be to explore! Among our (many) favorite travel destinations are the various canyons of Utah and Arizona. I'll have to come visit you one of these years to see this, too. I know diddlysquat about geology, but still the aesthetics appeal to me and I can "feel" the passing of eternity... :-)

[I have indeed been mostly absent from the blogosphere, but glad we've connected to say hello. Sorry to hear about your health challenges. I trust Dick and Lindy are pampering you and you are taking good care of yourself. Big hugs!]

Gattina said...

Looks very wild ! Poor Lindy no tree around to sniff at ...

Kay L. Davies said...

@ Gattina — No need to worry about Lindy. She sniffs the bushes and the grass, even the rocks sometimes. She loves sniffing, and has a good time.
K

Cezar and Léia said...

Amazing stones, this place is beautiful, I would like to walk around and take pictures there as well!
Thanks for sharing!
hugs
Léia

Jo said...

Hi Kay, Lindy is like Shadow; he sniffs everything so he'd make a good dog! Good finds from Dick - looks like an interesting place. I hope you're feeling better all the time. Blessings, Jo

jabblog said...

Ankle-testing ground but it's good to get off the beaten track.

Leslie said...

That's quite an interesting place, but it looks like you need to be sure-footed to venture there!

Sherry Blue Sky said...

What a fantastic spot. Makes me wonder if you have read Sharon Butala's Wild Stone Heart, an ode to her walks on the landscape of her property in southwestern Saskatchewan.....she came across some ancient stones on a raised rock outcropping that she determined was sacred ground back in the old times........

Mama Zen said...

Cool shots! I'm glad that you were spared the smells.

Gary said...

Great view of a coulee!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I love to explore canyons (coulees)..these are lovely. Hope you're feeling better.

Lily Hydrangea said...

Hi Kay,
long time no see! I've been out of the blogosphere for a bit so it was a nice surprise for me to see you visit!
good to see you still sharing your adventures.
: )