"We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing." ~George Bernard Shaw

"Look at everything as though you were seeing it either for the first or last time." ~Betty Smith, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Six Words with Sunday Shadows October 25-26, 2014

Mt Shasta  October 24, 2014

Torrential rain ...wind gusts 85 mph!! 
I would say that winter is just around the corner.
Mt Shasta is finally getting snow and
may it snow til next May! That might alleviate
the drought conditions we have endured
 the past three years! 
Point your umbrella Here for 6 Words
and throw a snowball Here for Shadow Shots!
And for heavens sake go find your snow shovel!


  1. Fun words in your post. Stunning view of the mountain.

  2. Anonymous8:01 PM

    Wow - 85mph??! We had some strong ones down in Chico, but I don't think they got that strong. I do like hearing that there is snow though! I agree - let's get lots of rain and snow through Spring! Thanks for sharing - your link to 6WS inspired me to write again on my blog after a few months hiatus. :)

  3. Beautiful landscape.

  4. Looks cold! brrrr....
    We got our first snow last Thursday but it melted the next day.
    Today we changed our clocks. My inner clock woke me up like yesterday..
    Have a good week ahead!

    my blog - > BLOGitse

  5. That's a spectacular photo. Hope you get a ton of snow.

  6. We even got a bit of rain yesterday. It was most refreshing.

    Love the shot. Wow.

    Have a fabulous day my friend. Scritches to Lucy. ♥♥♥

  7. Great photo, here's hoping for the snowpack. Much needed.

  8. It's great to see all that snow, knowing it will eventually drain into Lake Shasta, which sorely needs it.

  9. May you have a winter that ends your drought, but doesn't dampen your spirits!

  10. Wow, there's so much going on in that shot! The angry cloud gives the scene an interesting tone.

  11. Shadows and six words of wisdom--thank you!

    Helpful in the Shadows


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