Where I share about my garden and family -- successes and failures...it's all about enjoying the journey!
You still have leaves on your trees! How lovely. We have had a lot of rain this year too. Lovely looking lake, it looks like such a very pleasant spot.
Beautiful day and a beautiful lake. Great shots. Sorry about the overflow. And sorry about my Mr. Linky problem. I'm suggesting that everyone use the comments for now as a list of who is participating.:-(
Did you see any bitty spiders coming down your spout. LOL I couldn't restrain myself.Patsy
Great photos! I really like the last one ... hope it didn't cause any flooding.
That's a whole lot of rain!It's my first time to join watery wednesday. My entry is posted here. Hope you can drop by!
Be thankful for the rain. Some of us (ahem) haven't had much of that recently. The lake pictures are very pretty.
Beautiful landscape shots! I see your trees and miss the leaves - it's bare here.Spouting water - that's a lot of rain.
Love the contrast between your serene, fall foliage lake trip and your overflowing spout! The landscapes (lakescapes?) are fabulous, and I can relate to the too much rain.
Darla: I know that Florida needed rain but it not the best when it all comes at once. Great shot of the down spout.
That looks like a beautiful long winding lake.
Lots of rain I see. We had the same thing. At least you had a sunny turkey day. The picture of the lake is really pretty.
That is an over flowing water spout. Hope it didn't get under the house.
Nice photos and I love the one below with the kids and the decorations. I miss all that fun...
Thanks Darla for commenting on my blog and I glad you like it. Just seeing the water overflowing makes me envious. Here in Australia most states are on water restrictions.So we can only water our garden once a week and I have had two trees die on me. Also we are only allowed 3 minute showers (now that is hard)
The lake is very pretty, wow! I would love to celebrate Thanksgiving there.
We are enjoying beautiful fall color down here in the central part of the state. It's unusual for us but the cooler temps have changed the leaves before they died and fell to the ground. I feel soooo lucky to experience some beautiful color.
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