I am having a really busy week at work so I'm not doing as much reading and posting as I would like. The mail today also brought a time consuming bit of always appreciated reading pleasure, the October issue of "Our State, North Carolina". Between "Our State" and "Blue Ridge Magazine" I manage to get a semi regular fix of mountain scenery.
Reading the Editors Page brought back the passing of Hugh Morton this June 1st. I think it was my very first solitary trip up the Blue Ridge Parkway and the crossing of the Linn Cove Viaduct for the first time that set my love of Grandfather Mountain. To this day I get that same thrill every time I round that bend and see the mountain.
Anyway, I want to get on with my reading, so I am going to stick another shot from Sunday here and leave you all for the evening...
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Windmill in Brazoria Wildlife Refuge
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