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Monday, December 31, 2012

Happy New Year from the Creek

Photos from Our Place on Kerrs Creek in Rockbridge County, Virginia

Back of the barn and the old Model T shed...

Our old house...112 years old..

Jack our by the creek in front of the house....

Front of barn, out-building, and another shed...Buddy's "Blue Monster" truck...

BUD AND I ARE WISHING ALL OF YOU
HAPPY NEW YEAR 2013
FROM HERE ON THE CREEK




This post is linked with:
NatureFootstep Waters 12-29-12
Our World Tuesday 1-1-13
Barn Charm 1-7-2013

41 comments:

  1. Happy New Year, Sweetie Pie! Make 2013 the best year yet!

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  2. very nice, genie! bless you and bud!

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  3. Pretty shots! Genie, I wish you all the best in 2013, Happy New Year!

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  4. Thank you very much for the heartfelt wishes for Bob... I can't get get them off my mind! Thank you tremendously for the prayers!

    I've been taking a break from Barn Charm & Watery Wednesday, but they'll both be back next week... please come back & link up then

    Thanks again for your prayers!!!

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  5. Happy New Year to you ~ Fantastic wintery photos ^_^

    (A Creative Harbor aka ArtMuseDog and Carol ^_^)

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  6. Wonderful snowy views of your world!! Beautiful!! Wishing you a wonderful New Year, Eugenia! Enjoy!!

    Sylvia

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  7. Well, Genie, you can tell I've had a long day -- I don't usually call you Eugenia even though it is your name! Thanks for being such a great blogging friend!!

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  8. Beautiful winter shots. Happy New Year!

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  9. Wonderful winter shots.
    Wish you Happy and Prosperous New Year!

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  11. Exquisite composition, cold must make allí.Te want a 2013 full of dreams and hopes fulfilled.

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  12. Genie you captured some nice winter scenes. I think it's great to live in a country where we have a big difference in the four seasons.

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  13. Happy New Year. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  14. Happy New Year Genie. No snow here, but it has stopped raining and that a small blessing.

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  15. Happy New Year!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  16. Hi There Genie n Gang - Love the view of the barn - stunning. Are there fish in that creek in the spring, summer n fall? What a delightful composition of winter photos to share with us as we welcome 2013. Best to u n urs :)

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  17. Happy New Year!! have a great 2013. big big hugs. ( :

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  18. Happy New Year to you!! There is something very restful and peaceful about your photographs.

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  19. when did you get all that snow? was this the day after christmas? we have to go back tomorrow too :( went by so quickly! was hoping we'd get a snow day for tomorrow but doesn't look like that will happen unless some freak storm comes through huh?! i will print a copy of that for you! how neat :)
    happy new year to you and bud and the rest of your family genie!!

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  20. Great wintery scenes. Happy New Year up there on the Creek.

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  21. Happy new year! I adore these snowy images. Wonderful!! Hope you have an equally wonderful 2013!

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  22. Thank you for bringing a white wonderland into my green world today :) Happy New Year to you and Bud!

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  23. wow, that looks like a great place to live. Love the look of the old barn. To bad it probably will fall apart soon.

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  24. What a beautiful place! Happy New Year!

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  25. Happy New Year to both of you too!!! Hope you've enjoyed a wonderful Holiday break.

    The snow is beautiful.

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  26. Wonderful winter shots. Those are stunning views that I won't see here.

    Thanks for dropping by, happy New Year for you and family :)

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  27. Happy New Year to you both as well. These photos are so pretty, from your winter wonderland. Sounds to me that your wellies might be more intelligent than mine. :)

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  28. Yup, that white stuff is showing up all over the place!! Happy New Year!!

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  29. Absolutely love these shots! Great work! Happy New Year to you!

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  30. Really enjoyed the photos of your home! Jim Abney

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  31. Love how your house is nestled against the hill!
    I thought of you when we passed the Kerr exit on our way to Virginia for Christmas. Sometime I'm going to have to stop. :)
    Hope your New Year is off to a wonderful start!

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  32. You have a wonderful place! Happy New Year to you, too.

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  33. Lovely, lovely place! The farmhouse and barn look so full of charm, and what a pretty creek!

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  34. Hi Genie,
    Oh...How I love your homeplace. I can only imagine living in such a peaceful setting. As a child I was a country kid growing up on the Oregon Coast...but with a career Navy husband I have been a city dweller until the last seven years. We did live in the southeast for 13 years. Just three hours north of Marietta, Ga. I loved visiting Little Quilts as often as possible. They have several incredible books that are chocked full of patterns and delightful quilt dispays featuring the author's homes.
    Seven years ago my husband and I moved to Bend, Oregon. I was raised and went to college in the Northwest and it was good to get home again.
    I am so happy to meet you and I look forward to sharing this coming year.
    Thank you for visiting and for your thoughtful comment. I'm a fairly new blogger. I started last April and have enjoyed the journey!
    Sweet blessings,
    Carolynn

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  35. What a beautiful setting for a homestead. Love the barn and your old farmhouse. It looks so pretty by the creek. Pamela

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  36. Beautiful winter scenes...love the barn!
    Happy New Year!

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  37. Your little spot of the world is beautiful! I really love that first shot. All the best to you and your family in the coming year!

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  38. Just wanted to swing back by & comment on that barn, I love it & the snow really enhances it... Look at all the white on the tree limbs & all over! Beautiful place!

    Thank you for joining =)

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  39. This is such a pretty barn. I would never have guessed the age of your house! It's certainly been well cared for.

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