Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Rural Thursday Blog Hop #2

Linking up once again

Most of my long time
know I live in
the depths of pine trees.

I thought I'd show you a
part of my yard today.
This is only a small
portion of the pines.

This is taken from the end
of my driveway.

North side of driveway.
That's my little shed off to the right.

More of the North side.

I was born and raised in a very small town.
Population when I graduated was 360.
I've lived in larger places.
I've had a lot of good times
in cities.
But I always find my way home.
To the pines.


TexWisGirl said...

LOVE those pine trunks! gorgeous!

Paula said...

Looks like a wonderful place to live.

Julie Marie said...

Just beautiful Jill!... there is nothing like living in the country... and your pines are so gorgeous, besides being home to so many of your precious little critters... looks like Heaven on earth to me... xoxo Julie Marie PS Love your new header!

Chatty Crone said...

You must have a lot of acres - beautiful pined acres. sandie

Catherine said...

Dear Jill, I don't blame you for finding your way home. It is beautiful. Blessings my friend, Catherine xo

Dawn's Craft Place said...

I love the new header pics- and love that you share your daily view with us...I so miss the woods.
Thanks for sharing sweetie

Lynne said...

Gorgeous photos. Can you hear the wind blowing through the tall pines? I like to imagine the sound . . . What a lovely place to live.

ღ Life According To Milo ღ said...

Love, love, love the second pic, but then.. Oooh. I really love the third one! : )..

Donna said...

I grew up in a tiny town for a while out side of the San Fernando Valley, in Southern California. There was one school, one doc, one small hardware store, cafe, and grocery store. We walked everywhere - and then the housing boom hit and in no time - 10 years or so, housing tracks sprung up everywhere! Now the orange groves, walnut groves, fields of corn, tomatoes, and everything else, is all gone.

The little rural town, grew up to be a big city - Simi Valley in Ventura County, California. The home of the Reagan Library.

I'd love a smaller town than we have now, Paso Robles, on the Central Coast of California. For me, your home looks like a place we could go visit and just enjoy nature - the sights, sounds and smells. It must be wonderful, Jill!

Thanks for sharing your place with us! I love your pictures! I also love your new header of the cute owl!


Ellie said...

Wow, look at all of those lovely trees - I really love the shot of all the tree trunks.

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

We have a small stand of Ponderosa Pines in our windbreak -- but nothing like this! I'd love to have a small forest in my front yard! Beautiful!

Thank you for linking up with us at Rural Thursdays, Jill. :)

Tanya said...

beautiful! reminds me of our yard in georgia, we had quite a lot of tall pines!

Michelle Renee said...

Such a peaceful yard it is! It looks similar to my backyard here in NC. I love the pattern and repetition you've shown here...especially with the last photo.

Mrs. Sullivan said...

Absolutely beautiful!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Our pines don't get that large here. They're gorgeous!

Thanks for linking up today Jill :-)

Margaret said...

The last photo is my favorite. I like the idea of "home to the pines". Lovely.

EG Wow said...

LOVE the tree trunks! Cool!

Sonya @ Under the Desert Sky said...

Great photos - I especially love the last one.

Jan n Jer said...

Lovely pics through the it's nice n cool during the hot summer months!

Jen the CraftinCowgirl said...

Beautiful! There is nothing like the feeling you get from being "home" is there?

Tera Leigh said...

Happy to find your blog! I'm a new Linky follower. Found you through the Linky Blog Hop! Hope you can come visit my site, when you have a moment.

Anonymous said...

Our last home/yard was filled with many trees, and lots of pines. I loved hearing the birds in the trees. Now in a neighborhood with few trees, I miss the sweet bird song. You live in a beautiful spot.

Southwest Arkie said...

Country life for me-I'll never go back to the city. Love your woods!

Busy Bee Suz said...

There is something wonderful and sweet about a small town! I love your pretty!