This was Sunday afternoon.
I grabbed a few little people with soft cheeks, plus a couple bigger ones to keep the soft-cheeked people from falling over the edge of the cliff . . . and we were off on a short picture-taking adventure.
Of course, as any normal blonde wife is inclined to do . . . we had to call back and ask the Man of the house how I was supposed to get to where I was supposed to be going. Wherever that was.
You still with me, folks?
He calmly gave me a few directions – and then reminded me that I now had Google maps on my smartphone. Oh, yes. Google was now following me everywhere I went . . .
These pictures are taken on an overlook above our valley.
I really wanted to go up Black Mountain to take pictures from way, way, way up high. But it’s not looking like that will happen anytime soon, so this will have to suffice.
It is beautiful with the fall colors and the Kootenai River running through it.
Behold the Soft-cheeked People . . . and the Bigger Ones.
And nobody fell over the edge.
“And He showed me a pure river of water of life, clear as crystal, proceeding out of the throne of God and of the Lamb.”
And once the pictures were taken, we made our way back down the mountain.
Even without consulting Mr. Google . . .