Wow-Look It’s Me in Your Inbox — 9 Comments

  1. I’m so glad you decided to post and share these wonderful images. I too play around with whether to continue blogging, but love looking back at the places we’ve been and use my blog to remember things. Hope you have a great and successful winter in AZ.

  2. MARY! It has been such a long time since I’ve seen you in my inbox!

    I love all of your photos, so perfectly captured. But my favorite one is of you with the herd of horses looking on….what a fabulous shot! Be well dear Mary and keep ’em coming!

  3. We are thankful for a post from you. Your animal photos always make us so happy. We never knew even bison have to wait for an outhouse in the middle of nowhere! Happy Thanksgiving.

  4. So glad to see you in my inbox this morning!! Your animal photos always make me smile, especially the one here of the bison waiting to use the outhouse! It must be tough for them to squeeze themselves into such a little nature closet. He-he.

  5. I was thrilled to see you back on! Your captures always warm my heart!

    Our blogs are somewhat different then Facebook or Instagram. There is a dialogue or even better yet a journal entry with those captures. That dialogue not only is for us but helps others for future trips, restaurant outings, and best of all… a friendship can occur as well.

    I had a famous blogger tell me once… remember we own our blogs… we don’t own our IG accounts. That hit me hard. So I consider my blog a big digital scrapbook! Ha! Ha!

    I’m thrilled to see you in my Inbox. Hope to see more!

  6. I was happy to see you in my inbox, then I was so busy with Thanksgiving and catching up afterwards, that I’m just getting to read it now. Your photos are gorgeous as always!
    You certainly had a busy 4 months, and it’s no wonder you don’t always have time to blog. But it’s so true what you say about a blog. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve tried to remember something about the pets, and have looked back on my blog to jog that memory! That’s one of the reasons I keep going.

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