Online journal of West Virginia Storyteller Granny Sue.
Beautiful photos Susanna. Been checking out your online book store too!
Thanks, mamabug! It was a beautiful morning. I hope you find something you like among my books. I will be adding more as time goes on, so if you don't see something now, you might later on.
Beautiful Granny Sue! I don't get to see sun sets like that here at my house. I live on the flat land.
Beautiful photos though they bring a chill to my bones..gotta go find a blanket now!
I think the best sunrises and sunsets are on the mountaintops, Angela. I can't see the sunrise so well from my house, either--I have to go up on top of the hill for that. Sunsets, though, we get to see.Jessica, you made me laugh out loud! It was very cold the past 2 mornings--10 this a.m.--but too pretty for words.
I love that Joe's Run! is that a driveway or a road? cuz that is my kind of road. Here in Iowa, I witness lovely sunsets a plenty but miss out on the sunrises. oh wait. ahhhhh. I may just need to get up earlier!
What lovely pictures! Thank you so for sharing.
Nance, Joe's Run is a road. There are actually two forks--left fork and right fork. Both will bring you up on our ridge; we live between the two forks, so we can pick and choose which way to go out. Both are beautiful.I can just imagine how huge the sunsets must be in Iowa, Nance, with such wide vistas. I bet they're breathtaking.
You're welcome, Angel. I'm glad you like them :)
Hi Granny Sue from WV. So glad you found me so I could find you. I love WV and glad to find another WV blogger too. Appalachian Fiction was my favorite class in college and I love a good tale. My dad used to tell me so many. Beautiful pictures and glad to find a new blog friend. I am definitely keeping the bear cage :)
Hello, Verde! I love that name, btw, so descriptive. And your place is truly beautiful. I plan on being a regular visitor to your blog :)
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