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Deep blue ev'ning sky

Dark green shrubs and yellow grass

Mirror'd in still pond.


Now we only need 4 more new questions this week :-)

-- Tricia the Canuck (jayles@telusplanet.net), June 13, 2001


Not a 'hatchu' but something I woke up thinking about from our recent trip to Yosemite:

Cascading waterfalls from the melting snow,
Sun on the mist, creating a rainbow.
Half Dome, El Capitan, rocks galore.
What beauty I see from the valley floor!

(Maybe I'll wake up in the morning with another stanza. LOL)

-- Gayla (privacy@please.com), June 13, 2001.

Truck loaded with gas

Kit in the back seat again

And it's off we go!


Pickin' up Grandma

Meetin' the fam'ly all there

Debbie's weddin' day!


New duds for the boy

The missus in her finest

Goin' to the town


Party late tonight

Walk the isle in the mornin'

Debbie's weddin' day!


-- Lon Frank (lgal@exp.net), June 15, 2001.

Congratulations to Debbie!

-- helen (throwing@rice.galore), June 15, 2001.

You guys know how I like to 'talk' with pictures. :-) I want to share a picture I took of Bridalveil Falls in Yosemite. (I bought my husband a scanner for Father's Day. Whoohoo!) If you look at the bottom of the falls, you can see a rainbow in the mist. I realize a picture can't capture the majesty, and you can't hear the water roar, but use your imagination. FRLians are gifted in that department! :-)

-- Gayla (privacy@please.com), June 15, 2001.

How lovely, Gayla! Thank-you

Lon, I hope you had a blast at the wedding... Debbie is a friend? daughter? niece? Wishing her and her new husband a wonderful life!

I get to go to my niece's wedding this summer... but not 'til late July.


Lovely beaming face

Tiredness forgotten now

Preparation pays!


That was for all brides :-)

-- Tricia the Canuck (jayles@telusplanet.net), June 15, 2001.

To Debbie, on her wedding!
But.... who is Debbie?

-- Gayla (privacy@please.com), June 16, 2001.

Green undulations

Patterns in glis'ning velvet

I hate mowing grass!


-- Lon Frank (lgal@exp.net), June 21, 2001.

Grass grows green and long

When watered well by stalled storm;

Lon's lamentable lawn

-- Tricia the Canuck (jayles@telusplanet.net), June 21, 2001.

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