Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Outdoor Wednesday # 30. . .Women in Trees!

Just to give some idea of the size of the cedar trees, we climbed into for a 'Kodak' moment'!
And check out the moss growing on the trunk of this one! It felt like velvet to touch. . .
No, I'm not really a 'tree hugger' but just trying to show the size of another very old tree!
We just returned from a trip to GLACIER NATIONAL PARK and along the way we visited a Cedar Forrest that had trees that were over 400 years old. . .we hiked through the trails and had fun climbing in and around some of the old cedars. . .We also found a beautiful grove that was almost 'rain forrestish' and magical, it felt like we were walking on sponge. . .There is just something so therapeutic about summer and being outdoors when the weather is warm, we are trying to make the most of it. Our winters are far tooo long here in Southeastern Idaho!!!!
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  1. Beautiful green moss on those big honkin' trees! You made me smile w/the tree hugger comment.
    :-) Sue

  2. What lovely pictures. Beautiful trees and I can see you had a lot of fun

  3. :) I dunno ...you looked like a tree hugger to me.

    Fun shots!

    TTFN~~Claudia ♥

  4. Trees are amazing, so beautiful in their majestic size. Your photos look great :)

  5. I love big trees! Thanks for sharing!

    Donna Marie

  6. Is Glacier fantastic. I really loved the pictures of you and the gals hugging trees. Great memories. I hope you are having a wonderful day.