Camping: A Thanksgiving Tradition part two

Mogollon Rim Foliage Cliffside November 2014

Hey guys! How’s your weekend starting out? I enjoyed a night of wine and sushi with some amazing ladies to get the weekend going.  It’s so nice to get to know people, don’t you think? Learning the little bits and pieces that make up a person’s character… I don’t know if there is anything that beats those moments in time.

So I finished some more editing on the photos from our Thanksgiving camping trip on the Mogollon Rim in Northern Arizona.  And I’ve got to say, these are some of my favorite pictures I think I’ve ever taken.  Maybe because the subject matter is filled with not only a place that I love, but two of my favorite boys as well.  I decided to stretch these posts out to three separate ones, because the last set of photos I have to edit are really just so freaking sweet to me, and I don’t have the heart/energy to finish up the editing on them tonight so I can share them with you for this post.  So.  Here’s what I’ve got so far, and I hope you’ll bear with me as I spend some time savoring the last set before throwing them out into the world. Here goes:

Mogollon Rim Wood Carved Table November 2014

nell and maureen, sitting in a tree! k-i-s-s-i-n-g!

Cold Amy Thanksgiving Camping November 2014

Mogollon Rim Sunset Silhouette

Cattle Dog Mix Eight Months Old

someone is getting a little too big for my liking…

Mogollon Rim Sunset November 2014

the sunsets here…. oh, man.

Joe Mountainside Thanksgiving November 2014

can you see him? eh? eh? 

Tree Bark Thanksgiving November 2014

Mogollon Rim Cliffside November 2014

Mogollon Rim November 2014

Mogollon Rim Rocks and Grass

Jones Cattle Dog Pit Bull Mix

Silhouette Branches at Sunset Mogollon Rim

a subtle end to this edition of thanksgiving camping 2014, don’t you think?

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click here for Camping: A Thanksgiving Tradition part one


About amy

I'm a crafter, a wife, a gardener, an aunt, a sister, a daughter, an entertainer, a reader, a creator. I like to read and paint and cook and relax with friends. Life is a gift, and I live it to the fullest!
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