Wednesday, June 1, 2011

A View from Afar

Good morning. Tina here.

I am showing a few photos this morning taken of our home in Kelsey from afar. The first two are from across the South Fork of the American River in an area known as Gold Hill. My hubby works at a plumbing supply store and new customers came in who were working on their home across the river from us. After chatting, they realized that they could see our house, and took some pictures after a small snow storm in 2009.
It really stands out amidst the white.

We can't see their home from our house, the trees hide it. There are a few places that we can drive to (it takes about 40 minutes to get there!) and stop and see our home. Once in a while we enjoy doing that. Go figure!

This past Sunday we went to a barbecue at our neighbor's home which is on the same side of the river as us, but closer to Coloma than we are. My hubby hiked a short distance out away from the trees and took this photo of our house. If it is blown up you can see the front porch and bedroom windows.

That's it for today. Have a happy June!


farmlady said...

This reminds me of the times that we have hiked into the hills and looked back at our house. We live in a very similar terrain.
It's fun to get a different perspective of where you live.
I love the photos in the snow. Just beautiful....

Heidi Ann said...

Those photos are just beautiful - and, obviously, they are taken from a perspective that I have never before seen.
I really enjoyed this!

yosemite faith said...

i love these pictures AND of course you can't see their house....isn't that how it always goes?

lorlore said...

Lovely different view of your beautiful home!!!!!