…the gift of living boldly, close to nature, with my dogs. Simple things, really.
The following is a photo essay of thanks-giving, using shots taken over the last three days. I have so many things to be thankful for, but in the spirit of the Thanksgiving holiday I’ll focus on the current season.
I’m thankful for:
I hope you are also enjoying this holiday weekend in whatever way is most meaningful to you. Personally, my Thanksgiving Day will consist of…you guessed it, a run in the snowy forest with my dogs.
Feature image: a serpentine trail through the trees, about to have footprints – mine and the dogs – added to its surface.
I delight in exploring the national forest near my Idaho home on foot, whether trail running, hiking, or xc skiing, with my two dogs by my side, taking photos of nature and wildlife. An author and freelance writer, I love observing and writing about the natural world, and dogs, and am a long-time contributing editor at Bark magazine. I used to practice law for a living. I much prefer the writing life.
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