Exploring paths less traveled
Pretty close to Paradise, I'd say:-)
Oh wow, so pretty Janie and Daisy is the prettiest. Do love that first shot with the flowers and the fencepost though, but every photo is very enjoyable.
Delightful flowers, butterfly and Daisy!
beautiful flowers...especially the Daisy in the last photo...
There is something so peaceful about a meadow covered in spring flowers.. and then there is the adorable Miss Daisy cooling off in a nearby stream. See any trout, Missy D?Another lovely day on the open range, thanks Janie.hugs,Pam
I so enjoy your trail rides and spectacular views!
Love Daisy cooling off in the creek... sweet!
What a great collection of photos. Of course, Daisy cooling off is kind of turning into a mandatory pic.
That Daisy! The creek HAD to be freezing cold! Lovely as always.
That confirms it: Daisy is definitely part polar bear!
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I drove through LaPoint last week and looked longingly at the turn to Paradise Park. We haven't been up there in years. Nice to see it looking so beautiful.
That's an adorable shot of Daisy. That dog must like her some cold water! :) Beautiful spring wildflowers. It always amazes me how short the growing season is up in the mountains. So much happens in such a short period of time.
That single Daisy is the most precious of them all. The wildflowers in front of the fence is a really nice capture.
beautiful ride today.
So much beauty for one day!!! And that Daisy, she is a girl after my own heart!!!!
I have missed you & your pictures so much, I had to go back & absorb them all. What an awesome set of photos today, the meadow, that fabulous deer ... & of course, beautiful Daisy. Just so serene a ride with you today ...Have a beautiful week ~ TTFN ~Marydon
I've never seen so many spring beauties in one place! Beautiful shot of the mourning clock. I think it's amazing how Daisy cannot resist water. :)