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Just beyond the houses across the street is a multi-acre 'wilderness park'.  Last week a doe (well grown) casually walked back and forth in my backyard.  She was beautiful.  I have seen spikes in the park, but none in my yard until now.  So very grateful to live where the deer play.  (Haven't yet seen a buffalo)

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Grateful for the deer herd gathering in my back yard. I only wish the local deer were as plentiful as the herd in this video.

 

"The key to success is to keep growing in all areas of life - mental, emotional, spiritual, as well as physical." Julius Erving
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Grateful for the weather that allowed us to pedal 155 miles over Thanksgiving ... exercising the equivalent of 2.4 pounds off our bodies (see below). Also grateful for the exercise equipment that allows us to workout inside today. (In 45 minutes on the mini trampoline, I'll burn off around 700 calories. Yes, please. Smiley Happy)

 

cycling is such good exercise.pngCycling is such good exercise: that's the equivalent of cycling off 2.4 pounds in 4 days. Smiley Happy Woo hoo!

 

 

 

 

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Grateful for this last warm day before the weather breaks. Ahhhhhh, yes, it has been a glorious week of sunshine.

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Grateful for the beautiful weather we endured   a l l  week. 

 

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Grateful for the benefits of working out like I mean it. Smiley Happy

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Grateful for a hubby that likes to get outdoors with me on Fresh Air Friday.  So many trails, so many miles, so much fun! (So good for our health! Smiley Happy)

 

fresh air friday.jpgBlack Friday is Fresh Air Friday!

 Hope you get outside today and enjoy yourself!

 

 

 

 

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Grateful to live in America. 

 

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kimjeffbill wrote:
Where I live we call them the Pineapple Express. They smell sooooo good. But, they melt the snow high up. Oh well, more will fall.

Hi @kimjeffbill  We lived on the west coast for years, and heard winds called that too. Happy Thanksgiving! Smiley Happy

 

 

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Where I live we call them the Pineapple Express. They smell sooooo good. But, they melt the snow high up. Oh well, more will fall.
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