Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Wordless Wednesday





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  1. Oh, your cairn! I love it. A rock from everywhere you go, right? I think that's what I glimpsed on FB.

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    1. Yep - we tried to get it started after Mike's mom died, but it took a while before we started actually remembering to look for rocks :)

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  2. I love all of your rock colors and I think this cairn is a super cool idea. Thank you for sharing.

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    1. Thanks! I like the different colors too. Maybe we should look for some pink ones...

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  3. We have rocks from NC, VA, WV, and OH thus far, along with sea shells from SC and NC.

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    1. We need to head over to Kentucky & Indiana :)

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  4. I'm not familiar with this tradition, and a rather like it. Each rock is a memory.

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    1. I had read about someone who had a cairn like this & decided that it would be a good tradition for us.

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  5. What a great idea and a lovely feature for your yard.

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    1. Thanks - I think it will be fun to see it grow & change...

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  6. And in that second photo did you have a visitor drop by to check things out? Lovely!

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    1. I wondered if someone would notice! It tickled me pink when I saw it. I think it might have been a robin :)

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  7. Sweet!

    It's dangerous to teach those robins to read though, Dana! LOL

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    1. LOL - yes our robins are insufferable as it is!

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  8. Be careful! My sister-in-law used to bring back a rock from the beach every time she visited it. When she moved from one house to another she had to hire a guy with a front end loader and a truck to move all of her rocks!

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    1. Ha! I don't think we'll get THAT out of control. I think we won't anyway :)

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  9. Once again, technically not wordless...:)

    The cairn is a cool idea. I used to save rocks from places I visited, but living in an apartment, it was hard to know what to do with them!

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  10. That's pretty cool. A cairn, huh? I might try that....if I ever went anywhere cool.

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    1. You'd be bringing fenders home instead of rocks :)

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  11. Did you bring the sand back from your trip, too?

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    1. Sadly, no - but its bag said it was beach sand so it's from a beach SOMEwhere :)

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  12. what a cool idea!!! like a little pile of memories.

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