A Week in Pictures

Even though I’ve run past this spot probably a hundred times, I was suddenly stopped in my tracks  by the combination of trees and lighting.

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On Tuesday, Hannah and I went to Boston and happened to arrive just when the Veteran’s Day parade was taking place.  These photos don’t convey the pride and enthusiasm that was present.

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The two small boys holding flags eagerly called out, “Thank you!!” to every passing marcher.  It was priceless.

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My lovely warm(ish) runs came to an end this week when the weather became frosty.

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Although I loved the stunning foliage this fall, I am enthralled (my family may say, “obsessed”) with silhouettes of trees.

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One morning this week I woke up to snow.  The roads were only wet but the landscape had been transformed.

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This is the same location as the first photo in this post.

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The ice was really emerging in the marsh when Mike and I did our really early Saturday morning run.

 

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I scheduled myblood donation after our weekly long run.

I scheduled my blood donation appointment for after our weekly long run.

Hannah was a natural at driving the tractor we rented to move our compost (AKA manure) pile.

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I put in my time on the tractor as well.  I think I want one for Christmas!

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Bentley adores this frosty weather.

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But he was happy to snuggle up later that evening.

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Nature truly provides the most spectacular visions.

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