Tuesday, July 20, 2010

A Hazardous Journey

Escaped last Thursday to hike to Hazard Lake. There’s no cure for the computer chair sore bottom syndrome better than trekking to some place in the mountains. I hope I can do this every week. Hazard Lake was not any more hazardous than any of the other lakes we saw - the chief hazard being they were turn-you-blue-instantly freezing cold.

This itsy bitsy lake was the perfect fit for Clementine’s Golden Retrievers. They look like Golden Alligators.

Now I’m back making more monsters. I am working on a Red Cheetah-bellied Bookskeezer tonight.

10 comments:

Michele said...

I'm really looking forward to this kit! I love cute monsters and such. Sully in Monsters, Inc. has been a favorite character of mine. This should be a wonderfully fun kit to use!

heather said...

it looks so beautiful.. nothing like that here in my state..
wow..

Mumure said...

Ha ha ha!!LOVE the name of this lake!Do you why they called it so?
It seems to be so amazing where you live lucky girls!!

Anonymous said...

your photo is gorgeous!!
zaza09

Abeille said...

Ohh wooow love your photos!! This is a very beautiful place!!

Lorie said...

I called the local historian to see if he knew how Hazard Lake got its name. He had no idea. It looked slightly less hazardous then the other lakes we visited. The Nez Perce lived here for many years, maybe it means something in their language.

Tara said...

Wow I wish I had a backyard like both yourself and Clem! Looks so amazingly beautiful. Although down here in Tasmania there is a lot of gorgeousness to look at, I just have to peel myself away from the computer here and there. LOL!

Angeljet said...

Oh my, what a nature! This must be so wonderful. Our country is so little that it's packed with cities and roads, almost no room for forest.

debraking said...

"computer sore butt syndrome" I'm suffering as I type...ouch!.

debraking said...

ps. I hope your sweetie pie is "packin heat"!while you galavant in them mountains. I dont want a hungry critter gettin my favorite artist in the whole world.