Thursday, April 20, 2006

Thursday Challenge - Valuable

Dad and I fishing in a lake in the Sawtooth Mountains of Idaho. This trip with my dad is one of my most valuable memories. I can close my eyes and go back there in a second. I think I will now. :-)

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  1. Aaaww, that's precious!

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  2. That's very cool Willie. I cherish every moment with my pop too. He's a helluva guy, I'm sure the same goes for your father.

    Who's taking this photo? Is it the Loch Sawtooth Monster? I've heard that it feeds on discarded potatoes and Left Wing Liberals.

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  3. Perfect! That is indeed one of the most precious and valuable things you have.

    Love your vision of the world!

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  4. This photo made me go "aaahhhhhh...."

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  5. Hi & thanks for your comments...but this is what I call a relaxing, peaceful scene!
    Beautiful.

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  6. Nice. Catch anything else good that day? Besides rays and wonderful memories?

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  7. I had a wonderful grandmother who took me fishing. Wish I had something like this to remember her by.

    (And see my evening post -- done before I saw this one. Spooky.)

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  8. that scenery is incredible. coming from florida, which is rather flat, those mountains are just unbelievable.

    i cherish memories like this. and photos that can take you there and make you smile...

    (glad you don't tube roll your socks) ;)

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  9. Let me tell you, from someone who didn't have a dad like that, just keep holding onto the memory, it's priceless.

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  10. A truly beautiful picture! Memories like these are the stuff that makes us whole... I am fortunate to have a few of them myself!

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  11. What a great picture!

    Not too many sights like those here in Korea.

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  12. Dr. Research11:21 AM

    Very special. Too many of us don't have those kinds of memories with our fathers.

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  13. awesome picture...who took it? look professional....my mom was a photographer, so I'm not just saying that.

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Thanks for stopping by! :-)

Willie